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Posted By Andy Voelker 03-08-2022 08:00:32 AM
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I've had to do some weird interference sweeps through our science buildings this week on the 5GHz spectrum (for science!). It may be time to upgrade or get a second spectrum analyzer for our team soon. Has anyone heard of a 6GHz capable device yet? Hoping not to go with a very broad-spectrum tool at ...
Posted By Andy Voelker 02-10-2022 11:54:39 AM
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Does anyone have any good resources for how to build your own windows PKI, tie it into group policy and JAMF, and use it for EAP-TLS authentication? Budgets have not been great lately and we're looking at a build-your-own solution to fix some security risks until we roll out a vendor supported product. ...
Posted By Andy Voelker 02-09-2022 07:33:31 AM
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Jimmy, this is fascinating. Please update us on how it works out! -------------------- Andy Voelker Network Administrator Davidson College
Posted By Andy Voelker 02-08-2022 07:32:13 AM
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Our athletic department desires to have a portable camera available to roam the facility during athletic events. The camera would be used to capture recorded video, but also to live stream short footage to the scoreboard or to connect to the internet livestream via a video production room. They came ...
Posted By Andy Voelker 11-04-2021 07:47:24 AM
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Aruba split these out into two hospitality AP's. There is now a 503H (which I believe you were refencing) that has no passthrough ports and a single gig uplink. Then there is a 505H that has passthrough ports and an mGig uplink. Aside from that there are very minor differences between the two. Watch ...
Posted By Andy Voelker 09-30-2021 09:22:00 AM
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I think I'd me more worried about the client's signal getting back to the AP at this point. If you're transmitting at 18 to 21, mobile phones can have a hard time keeping up with that, especially with a tiny antenna, small battery, and running through concrete. Can you give us an idea what kind of ...