There are 27 posts filed in Wireless (this is page 1 of 3).
Configure OpenRoaming in Cisco SDA (part1)
With a Cisco Software Define network (SDA) many things are automated. But what if we want to configure something that’s not configurable from the DNA Center? Automation is limited till it is built to do so. In this blog article, I’m going to explain how to integrate OpenRoaming with Cisco SPACES and integrated it with Cisco SDA.
Can we turn off the Access Points to save power?
How to Create zones In Spaces
With a Real-Time Location System we most often not only want to track users moving behavior, but also count the user per building, floor, or room level.
The title of this blog post is called “How to Create zones in Spaces”, because, in a Cisco Wireless eco-System we use zoning to make this possible. One click away I’m going to explain how to set up zoning with Spaces
WPA3 OWE in transition mode
6Ghz Packet Capture with WLANPI R4
My first teaching video online
Measure energy with IoT over Wi-Fi
HistoryIoT was born in 1999 when Kevin Ashton wanted to attach the RFID supply chain to the internet, then we have the internet of things he said. Later in 2005, the ITU said something (defined) the IoT 2005. But IoT really got ground in 2008 when the Connected objects (things) started to exceed the Human […]
Wi-Fi inside Climate cells, sure!
NPEC is a research company that finished its new research facility to do “eco-phenotyping” Within this facility, there are 5 controlled climate cells. Inside the cells, they study the effect of plants grown under different climate conditions. They asked us to install Wi-Fi for their new building (see picture below). The building looks like this […]
Dynamic Bandwidth Channel Access or DBS (Cisco)
Instead of a post, I created a short interesting video about the behavior in RF when DBS kicks in.Actually, I created this video in the first place for my internal class, to show colleagues the effect on utilization from other frequencies. But we can here also see the DBCA (Dynamic Bandwidth Channel Access ) behavior […]