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Posted By Michael Avers 06-16-2022 03:30:44 PM
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I don't have any 565s yet at our institution. That being said, I've ran into some problems with outdoor APs (375s and 377s) that you may want to consider: 1) Are you sure the power it is getting is good? I've had enough POE+ available, but had a situation where the AP wasn't pulling enough. I believe ...
Posted By Michael Avers 04-27-2022 10:06:44 AM
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We at minimum do annual firmware updates on our switches and get them to the latest maintenance release as suggested by Extreme. Severe security vulnerabilities and major bug fix issues are remediated as they are discovered and are planned appropriately (it is rare that we're in a position to upgrade ...
Posted By Michael Avers 04-19-2022 01:00:25 PM
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We are still waiting on ours ordered Q1 2021. ~60 535s. Michael AversNetwork Administrator II Network and Telecommunications Services Aims Community College 970.339.6400 michael.avers@aims.edu5401 W. 20th Street Greeley, CO, 80634www.aims.eduVirtual Tour
Posted By Michael Avers 03-18-2022 08:18:43 AM
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The first option has to do with how the reports are collected and how much they entail. The default option is beacon-table which makes good sense to my thinking. In my environment, I want 802.11k helping our wireless clients on our wireless APs. Since that method provides the clients with a list of SSIDs ...
Posted By Michael Avers 02-23-2022 08:31:40 AM
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Brian, We're utilizing Clearpass as well and this sounds like it could be the same issue we ran into with some HP printers. The printers basically wouldn't generate enough traffic to keep the device listed in the FDB of our switches (Extreme in our case so the solution in your switches may be different). ...
Posted By Michael Avers 02-08-2022 01:37:29 PM
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We're a Thycotic shop as well and love it. Best regards, Michael AversNetwork Administrator II Network and Telecommunications Services Aims Community College 970.339.6400 michael.avers@aims.edu5401 W. 20th Street Greeley, CO, 80634www.aims.eduVirtual Tour
Posted By Michael Avers 02-08-2022 01:35:47 PM
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In the past, we've done specific / hidden SSIDs with good success for one off solutions like this and it has worked well. We're an Aruba shop and currently have great luck leveraging Clearpass to authenticate things like this on a regular SSID bypassing the 802.1x using the fingerprinting / custom attribute ...