There are 12 posts tagged Cisco (this is page 1 of 2).
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
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 […]
Cisco Spaces VS CMX counting difference
Remote Spectrum analysis with Cisco
When there is a problem with a wireless client, and you have determined the coverage is good. A look into the spectrum to troubleshoot the layer 1 characteristics is a good start.This we do to rule out or find any interference on the spectrum. For that we use Chanalyzer. It comes with an accessory to […]
SGT = Security Group Tag or Scalable Group Tag?
I saw often people use different terms for SGT in a Cisco environment, depending on where their start working with the technologies. Cisco is sometimes in the habit of reusing acronyms. I Don’t want to write a full blog about this but with acronyms especially with Cisco make sure all people in the conversation are […]
STA go to sleep and the AP tracking it, or not?
Capacity problem or bad luck?
When I look at the specification room below, we see 130 people can sit in this room and 70 people during an exam. 70×2 devices (mobile phone and laptop) make 140 devices. Let’s do a capacity calculation But what If the 2,4Ghz was blasted away by a microwave that sitting just across the hallway of […]