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Posted By Lee Badman 10-19-2022 04:23:28 PM
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Same same on Cisco. Is a PS5 issue. Lee Badman | Network Architect Certified Wireless Network Expert (CWNE #200) Certified Wireless IOT Solutions Administrator (CWISA) Syracuse University Information Technology Services (NDD Group) t 315.443.3003 e lhbadman@syr.edu w its.syr.edu Campus ...
Posted By Lee Badman 10-17-2022 10:20:10 AM
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What is the WLAN? Vendor and model components?
Posted By Lee Badman 10-05-2022 08:23:35 AM
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Ross- I have two confirmed cases now of failure clients, and am trying to work with Cisco but this is difficult given what little shows up in logs. I mentioned your case, and they are so far reluctant to give the same patch. I have one client failing on one specific ISE node with one specific policy, ...
Posted By Lee Badman 09-30-2022 12:56:11 PM
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Thanks for that, Dan. Might want to pick your brain at some point if you'd be open to that. -Lee
Posted By Lee Badman 09-30-2022 12:43:48 PM
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Yes, it's a polarizing question and as WLAN professional I understand and have long practiced the benefits of 802.1X... so not looking to have THAT conversation. My specific inquiry: Has anyone decided to just ditch .1X and go campus wide with open wireless + "other means" to get authentication and ...
Posted By Lee Badman 09-13-2022 09:12:22 AM
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Thanks for educating me, Jeff. Can you point me to the "if this, then that" converter guide for the data sheet? Or is the preference that customers can just hit known (to the vendor) limits that are contrary to performance claims and open support cases while end users are impacted? Just trying to follow ...
Posted By Lee Badman 09-13-2022 08:30:47 AM
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Thanks much, Ross. I will add this to my case and hopefully get any kind of action from TAC. It sounds identical from where I sit. Kind regards, Lee Badman
Posted By Lee Badman 09-13-2022 06:33:20 AM
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I know it's not a direct answer to the question, but we learned long ago on other Cisco model controllers that the data sheet tends to be a place where little white lies live. Sure- x number of clients are supported, as long as you aren't doing_____. Absolutely you have x amount of network uplink, but ...
Posted By Lee Badman 09-13-2022 06:23:34 AM
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Trying my luck here, as I've gotten one of those Cisco TAC engineers who is either far too busy to ever respond, or who never learned basic courtesy in dealing with paying customers. We have a situation where a single specific client MAC address will not authenticate when it hits one specific server ...
Posted By Lee Badman 08-26-2022 05:30:39 AM
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In this regard, I do like that some systems let you dim the LED- gets you (and the student) confirmation that it's on but doesn't look like a tiny nuclear sun glowing at you at 3 AM. Mist is one that lets you control the intensity, as is Ubiquiti (keep yer comments to yerself there, Bub).
Posted By Lee Badman 08-25-2022 01:45:44 PM
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Turn the LED off. Lee Badman | Network Architect Certified Wireless Network Expert (CWNE #200) Certified Wireless IOT Solutions Administrator (CWISA) Syracuse University Information Technology Services (NDD Group) t 315.443.3003 e lhbadman@syr.edu w its.syr.edu Campus Wireless Policy: http ...
Posted By Lee Badman 08-23-2022 12:23:27 PM
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But... STANDARDS! And... INTEROPERABILITY! And... Wi-Fi ALIANCE! That's quite enough out of me.
Posted By Lee Badman 08-22-2022 06:04:57 PM
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I have yet to see ANY TV that can do .1X myself. The gap between consumer and enterprise is vast, as I love to whine about.
Posted By Lee Badman 08-02-2022 08:11:06 AM
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I know that this is way early, yet by asking my street cred is sure to climb. (As is your own if you can answer.) For those of you who have early-adopted 6E access points and who have been brave enough to turn on that 6 GHz radio- are you seeing any clients yet in the BYOD realm? What types? I know ...
Posted By Lee Badman 07-13-2022 05:46:37 PM
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Very cool. And I'm not being snarky with this- what is actually being "protected" in this approach? Like in the absence of the microsegmentation, what would the prevailing worries be? Asking only because of the giant BYOD networks that are universities, especially on the student side, and that most of ...
Posted By Lee Badman 07-06-2022 10:27:26 AM
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We don't charge for general wireless as a specific line-item- this is more onesy-twosey by-request, and campus planning bringing new buildings online that have no budget history- day one kinda stuff I'm asking about.
Posted By Lee Badman 07-06-2022 07:14:55 AM
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Thanks for the perspective, Adam. Out of curiosity, any stats on how many wired ports you've been able to eliminate? Lee
Posted By Lee Badman 07-06-2022 06:32:57 AM
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Welcome to the Age of Licensing the Hell Out of Everything. On that cheery note- our long running model has been, in simplest terms- Early on, 1. Buy high-capacity controllers 2. Buy APs 3. Buy a management system. Then calculate some charge for APs to departments for adds, and for the next several ...
Posted By Lee Badman 06-23-2022 06:48:20 AM
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Using Siklu with great success in 60 GHz, at about 8/10 mile. 500 Mbps symmetrical. -Lee
Posted By Lee Badman 05-23-2022 01:32:52 PM
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Jason, We make extensive use of private IP space, and I find this one from your question worth calling out: "The counter-argument is that this introduces a lot of complexity and leads to configuration and firewall rule errors that impact service and delay deliverables. This has yielded lively debate ...