• Supporting IoT devices requires careful WLAN design

    The Internet of Things (IoT) has become defined by the perennial refrigerator that orders more milk when you run out. But in this Q&A, one networking pro explains its role in the enterprise and the issues with designing a WLAN to support IoT devices.

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  • What challenges have you had when designing WLAN for K-12 environments?

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  • Good WLAN design means going beyond marketing hype

    Good WLAN design means getting past the slogans that thwart performance objectives.

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  • HP ProCurve’s WLAN strategy hits the ground running

    HP's Colubris acquisition is complete; now ProCurve's WLAN strategy has launched and the channels are integrating and prepping to sell.

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  • Wireless security options don’t have to break the bank

    Security expert Michele Chubirka shares low-cost and free options available to help your company guard its wireless LANs against threats.

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  • Wireless or Ethernet LAN? An apples-to-apples cost comparison

    Now that 802.11n has made wireless LAN faster and more reliable, network administrators are wondering: Wireless or Ethernet LAN? Until now Ethernet replacement hasn't been feasible, but 802.11n WLAN benefits are much more tangible now.

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  • Troubleshooting wireless networks: A systematic approach

    Troubleshooting wireless networks can take up a lot of time for network operations staff with a wireless LAN (WLAN) environment. Wireless guru Lisa Phifer discusses the tools and processes involved and breaks down how to approach and resolve wireless problems with a step-by-step, systematic method.

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  • Will Meru’s SDN wireless LAN replace the need for unified wireless?

    Meru's newly OpenFlow-certified SDN WLAN could remove the need for unified wireless fabrics, since one controller can manage the entire infrastructure.

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  • Fluke gets WLAN design, management, security cred with AirMagnet

    Wireless LAN design, management and security are more critical than ever. As enterprises build out networks that include both wired and wireless infrastructure, network management needs a platform that can manage a network regardless of the medium on which packets are traveling. Having recognized...

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  • What is Cisco LEAP/EAP?

    Learn about Cisco's LEAP or wireless EAP, which provides authentication between a wireless client and a WLAN access point using rotating WEP keys.

    searchsecurity21,055 pointsBadges:

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