Cisco SD Access Deployment

At IPTel we've been working on the deployed of Cisco SD Access. This is pretty new technology for most people and so has a bit of mystery to how this is deployed. In this blog, we'll take a look at how a real world deployment of Cisco SD Access looks.
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Wi-Fi Phone Dropouts

Today's businesses are becoming increasingly reliant on reliable voice over Wi-Fi services. Correct AP placement and RF design are of utmost importance.
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Wi-Fi 7

Wi-Fi 7 is on the way, and while we have yet to fully deploy Wi-Fi 6E, with the advantages of the 6GHz spectrum, the next standard is not too far away.
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Cisco Capital

Cisco Capital is a great way for businesses to make use of very low rate finance to bring forward capital investments - and have these funded across a period. Deploy the technology you need today and gradually this for this over time - smooth out the cashflow,
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How to Decrypt PSK Packets Captured with Wireshark

During fault finding with WLAN networks, there comes a point where you just have to take it down to the lowest level. Sometimes it is because you have a bug and you need to see the exact behaviour of devices in the network, in order to work out where the issue lies.
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Education Campus Technology: Top 5 Future Ideas

In terms of networking, educational establishments are often at the forefront of the technology wave. For Universities, colleges and large schools alike, they have the opportunity to test out the latest and greatest innovations in networking – making the technology work for them, and then reaping the benefits of deploying at scale.
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Wi-Fi and The Problem With RADAR (DFS)

It sounds like a bit of a stretch for most people that Wi-Fi would have an issue with Radar. Microwave ovens are a pretty well known interferer with Wi-Fi in the 2.4GHz spectrum (they generate alerts for interferers, so we know they're there!)
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Reduce Wi-Fi Congestion with DFS

Wi-Fi can be crippled by too many devices competing for airtime, creating a slower experience for all users. One way to reduce the number of devices competing for airtime is to increase the number of channels in use. How do the Dynamic Frequency Selection (DFS) Channels fit into this picture?
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Introduction to Cisco AI-Enhanced RRM

Radio Resource Management (RRM) is all about delivering an automated way to tune the RF in your Cisco network. However - for a variety of reasons, it doesn't always get it right. Misconfigured RRM can cause a lot of issues for clients - particularly with roaming. There is now a better option - Cisco Artificial Intelligence Enhanced RRM.
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How to Configure Cisco AI-Enhanced RRM

Cisco AI-Enhanced RRM is the way to deliver enhanced RRM outcomes for your network. What does that mean? We can now use a longer duration data set in order to work out peaks and troughs on your Wi-Fi usage and deliver the most optimal environment, using Artificial Intelligence with this data. In this blog we'll look at how to configure AI-Enhanced RRM.
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