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Posted By Larry Allhands 06-23-2022 10:10:28 AM
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Thanks! Larry Allhands Wireless Network Architect The University of Texas at Austin ITS Networking 512-844-8350 utexas.edu
Posted By Larry Allhands 06-23-2022 07:10:26 AM
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Thanks Lee! Cheers, Larry Allhands Wireless Network Architect The University of Texas at Austin ITS Networking 512-844-8350 utexas.edu
Posted By Larry Allhands 06-23-2022 07:10:02 AM
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Thanks Dan, Although 60GHz is something I have not yet deployed, I have had a lot of experience with Ubiquiti PtP and PmP radios in the past and have never had a bad experience, so this is in line with my thinking as well. Cheers, Larry Allhands Wireless Network Architect The University ...
Posted By Larry Allhands 06-23-2022 06:18:56 AM
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Does anyone here have any experience with or opinions on 802.11ad/60GHz point to point radio systems? I'm currently exploring a few manufacturers' offerings Ubiquiti, Microtik, GNS Wireless, etc. ------------------------------ Larry Allhands Wireless Network Architect University of Texas at Austin ...
Posted By Larry Allhands 04-03-2022 06:16:10 PM
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Thanks for the information. We are going to conduct a test with our 9800s and I'll post any interesting findings here after we finish it. ------------------------------ Larry Allhands Wireless Network Architect University of Texas at Austin ------------------------------
Posted By Larry Allhands 03-30-2022 06:20:09 PM
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Does anyone have any experience running Cisco' s FT Mixed Mode on 9800 WLCs in a large environment. I know when it first came out it was not recommended due to so many devices having trouble. Have they fixed it and does anyone run it? We are considering this in an attempt to reduce our processor load ...