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  Here it is…the finale. Part 3 of the 3-part 802.11ac blog series. We’ve tried to give it to you straight and we hope this has been informative. 802.11ac can be complicated and again, our aim is to tell you what to expect from 802.11ac in the real world and how best to migrate to […]

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Internet Of Things Will Transform Customer Service

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When we refer to the Internet of Things today, our first inclination may be to imagine a device around the home connected to a mobile app that provides us statistical information regarding usage. This has rapidly morphed into a control app, allowing us the ability to modify a set of parameters based on said statistics, […]

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Awesome Wireshark Links for WLAN Professionals

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Below is a list of links I compiled from this years’ Sharkfest. There’s a treasure trove of valuable information for WLAN folks from some pretty amazing people. If you’re interested in learning more about Wireshark and the community… then these resources are what you need. Enjoy! The Bit Girl – @LauraChappell’s YouTube Channel Two Free […]

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I attended Laura Chappell’s Wireshark Certified Network Analyst BOOT CAMP along with Sharkfest 2014 June 14-20, at Dominican University in San Rafael, California. This was the seventh Sharkfest which began in 2008 and attendance has grown each year. Sharkfest is an educational conference focused on sharing knowledge, experience and best practices among members of the […]

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This may come as a surprise to many experts, but mobile networks generate interference to WLAN networks and may clearly degrade WLAN performance. Most would not think to consider this as a relevant source of Wi-Fi interference, however, I explain below how we identified the issue and got one organization back on the path to […]

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