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access points


May 30, 2011  3:50 AM

Cisco Aironet 3500 Series Access Points

Posted by: Raj Perumal
802.11n, access points, Cisco 3500, CleanAir, wireless, wireless lan controller, WLC

Hi folks! So in regards to 802.11n, here is a great access point for you to use. The cisco Aironet 3500 series of ap's have a technology that Cisco calls CleanAir. This allows the access points to mitigate wireless interference in heavy wireless use zones. For example if your office is located...

May 31, 2010  11:05 PM

Standalone or Lightweight Access points?

Posted by: Raj Perumal
access points, lwapp, standalone

Hi folks. A common question asked of me is what type of wireless should I use in my network environment. Well there are two types. The standalone access point works by itself and you configure it internally and then put it on your network. It's pretty straightforward but if you need to deploy...

July 31, 2009  8:56 PM

UMA and the BlackBerry 8900 Javelin

Posted by: Raj Perumal
access points, BlackBerry 8900, cell network, data, Javelin, RIM, UMA, voice, wireless

Hi guys! As you know I am an avid user of the BlackBerry 8900. I love my BlackBerry for all things personal and corporate. One of my favourite features is UMA. The ability to do phone conversations over normal wireless access points. However lately I have run into an issue. Sometimes I want my...

June 30, 2009  1:19 PM

The importance of wireless site surveys

Posted by: Raj Perumal
access points, Cisco, HP, mobility, wireless, wireless controllers, wireless site survey

Hello again! Here's some more information for you techs delving into the world of wireless. Wireless site surveys! One of the things I find often overlooked when implementing a wireless strategy, is the lack of one! Even when people listen to me about putting in the proper access points and...

June 30, 2009  1:08 PM

Implementing wireless in your business

Posted by: Raj Perumal
access points, Cisco, Colubris, HP, mobility, wireless, wireless controller

Hello again folks, once again I wanted to talk a little bit about wireless connectivity. More and more, people are finding that they are requiring wireless access in their organization. Unfortunately a good majority of them are going about it the wrong way. What do I mean by this? Well let's...


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