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Join church planting leaders and lead pastors Dhati Lewis, Noah Oldham and Heiden Ratner for engaging conversations about all things church planting. We are Send Network — a podcast by church planters on real topics and tough questions — for planters and pastors all across North America.
 
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Jiri Brejcha joins us on this episode to discuss his testing of 6 GHz capable clients (iPad and Google Pixel) and how they discovery 6 GHz Wi-Fi networks. Jiri demonstrates how important the Reduced Neighbor Report plays an important role in 6 GHz AP discovery. Jiri is an enterprise architect at Cisco UK and part of the Cisco Live team. He’s also a…
 
Our special guests are Jussi Kiviniemi and Joel Crane of Hamina. I’m a previous episode, cleartosend.net/286, Jussi gave us a rundown of Hamina before it was a beta product. In this episode, Hamina is a full product now, available for everyone to use and we decided to learn how Wi-Fi tools are built. Jussi and Joel provide insight into feature sele…
 
Multiple BSSID sets out to aggregate individual beacon frames from an access point to a single beacon frame. It helps solve the issue of beacon overhead. As it is today, each SSID broadcasts a beacon. The more SSIDs you’re broadcasting, the more the beacons eat up airtime. Airtime is a precious resource for Wi-Fi devices. Sometimes beacon overhead …
 
We had the pleasure of attending WLPC in Prague for 2022. It was the first time joining a larger conference since the pandemic started. It was great to be around our peers having insightful discussions and catching up. In this episode, we’re providing our thoughts about WLPC EU and which presentations were our favorites. In addition to the sessions…
 
Wi-Fi gets all the blame for any type of network or device issue. Lean teams struggle to streamline their IT operations and lack the actionable insights needed to make smart decisions. In this episode, we’re talking to Wyebot and how they are able to help many organizations troubleshoot Wi-Fi efficiently with the use of network sensors. Wyebot’s se…
 
Selecting the right antenna for a warehouse can be challenging. There are many factors to take into consideration and different mounting options available. You can mount antennas from top down or at the end of an aisle. When selecting the antenna of choice, keep the device capability in mind. There are various antennas available that work best at d…
 
NetAlly has had a history of announcing new products at Mobility Field Day. At MFD7 they continued that tradition with the announcement of the AirCheck G3. James Kahkoska gave us a historical rundown of NetAlly innovations prior to the announcement. With Wi-Fi 6E upon us, the AirCheck G3 will have 6 GHz capability. It has the Wi-Fi subset of featur…
 
Private 5G is another wireless solution aimed at use cases requiring low latency and dedicated throughput for critical applications. But 5G for Wi-Fi engineers is an enigma. We know of 5G but how many Wi-Fi engineers have configured and deployed it? Celona believes that private 5G is so easy that any Wi-Fi engineer can deploy it themselves. So easy…
 
https://youtu.be/XLm5O3LP84s With over 15 patents and 300+ well known customers, monitoring Wi-Fi from the client perspective is a big deal. 7Signal plants sensors on the network to monitor and gather various Wi-Fi metrics to determine root cause analysis. This is done through passive or active monitoring on one of their two products, Mobile Eye or…
 
Cisco has been an occasional presenter at Mobility Field Day (MFD7). We were expecting Cisco to reiterate their announcement from Cisco Live. Briefly mentioned was the additional Catalyst access points capable of being managed by a controller or in the Meraki dashboard. Jim presented incredible detail and analysis of 6 GHz compared to 5 GHz in term…
 
https://youtu.be/2qYSKDN27zU Fortinet is a security-based company pulling in $4.1B in revenue. And as you’d expect, they are securing Wi-Fi users differently from others. Today, their customers are facing many challenges from sophisticated attacks, operational technology, work from anywhere, and the application journey. Their vision is to reduce co…
 
Ruckus Networks unveils their latest logo of the iconic dog, creating a Ruckus. I couldn’t help noticing how much more confident the dog appeared. Is it possible to teach an old dog new tricks? Ruckus dived into the scalability of their platform, empowering property owners, hospitality, and higher education with the tools of efficiently managing [……
 
Mobility Field Day (MFD) is the traditional format of Mist product announcements. It’s no different for MFD7. In the room with MFD delegates sits two new Juniper EX4100 network switches. Described to be deliver cloud-native telemetry data to improve Marvis and the AI-driven dashboard. Speaking of Marvis, Mist announced an expansion with the Marvis …
 
Mobility Field Day 7 is taking place from Wednesday July 13 to Friday July 15 2022. As always, it will be streamed live on LinkedIn as well as on the Tech Field Day website. Tune in at: https://techfieldday.com/event/mfd7/ This year, the presenters will be: Juniper / Mist Ruckus Networks Betacom Fortinet Cisco 7Signal Celona NetAlly […] The post CT…
 
In this episode, we introduce the topic of Wi-Fi DevOps. François and Rowell defines what Wi-Fi DevOps is and how it can improve some of the operations of Wi-Fi Engineers. DevOps is used more and more on the wired network side but is coming, slowly but surely, to wireless. Listen up in order to understand […] The post CTS 294: Introduction to Wi-Fi…
 
In this episode, Heather Paunet and Ed Chapman from Arista talk about their new product: Cognitive Unified Edge. Arista is making a move in the commercial enterprise space by offering a new product that will let its customer manage the full stack of network equipments: APs, switches, firewalls and WAN appliance. Here are a few […] The post CTS 293:…
 
Our guest, Kjetil Teigen Hansen is a System Engineer at Conscia Norge AS in Norway. In this episode, we have a discussion on how he leverages Grafana to graph Wi-Fi telemetry data from the Cisco Catalyst C9800. Telemetry data is network monitoring data streamed from network devices. Kjetil has built his own dashboards with Telegraf, […] The post CT…
 
Jim Florwick, of Cisco, joins us on this episode to discuss many new features about the Catalyst 9136 access point. 6 GHz is a big competitive landscape with many new access points hitting the market. The Catalyst 9136 will be available with 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz, and 6 GHz radios. Jim Florwick provides us an […] The post CTS 291: Wi-Fi Cisco Updates with…
 
Ekahau has just released their latest version of the desktop software but with a new name, AI Pro. With revamped features and algorithms we will look into how AI Planner has changed. We will also dive into the newest additions such as Network Simulator. We find this feature to be useful for client projects. Wall […] The post CTS 290: First Look – E…
 
In this episode, we’re bringing on special guests to provide insight into career interviews in wireless positions. We’re joined by Dave Benham and Sam Clements, experts in their field who have hiring responsibilities for their team. Both Dave and Sam bring their own experience and perspectives. If you’re trying to find your path to a […] The post C…
 
It can be challenging trying to migrate to a Wi-Fi only role. But it’s not an impossible task. In this episode, we’re going to share some of our own experiences and tips. There are many more tips for getting Wi-Fi experience. But this is a way to get started right now. We ask that you […] The post CTS 288: 7 Tips for Getting Wi-Fi Experience appear…
 
Does hiding your SSID make it more secure? Will hiding your SSID keep the hackers away? We’ll show you how to reveal a hidden SSID with ease using your laptop. If the SSID is hidden, how does a device know how to find it? In this episode, we’ll discuss why hiding your SSID is not […] The post CTS 287: Not So Hidden SSID appeared first on Clear To S…
 
What if you could design your next Wi-Fi project without downloading any software onto your computer. It’s entirely possible to design Wi-Fi in the browser leveraging CPU and GPU resources. Hamina is giving us our first look into a new Wi-Fi design tool. With any laptop you’ll be able to increase your productivity and efficiency. […] The post CTS 2…
 
As 6GHz access points are starting to ship, we wanted to talk about how 6GHz will change our day-to-day life working as a Wi-Fi Engineer. In this episode, we talk about how 6GHz will impact the way we design and configure Wi-Fi networks. Here is a quick agenda of the topics covered in this episode: […] The post CTS 285: 6GHz – What is it going to c…
 
Wi-Fi security hasn’t changed much in many years. The most common security method is using a pre-shared key, one that hardly changes. Next, you have a more complex configuration using 802.1X with certificates. But what if we could flip this model and think about it differently by leveraging the cloud? We could use passwordless multi-factor […] The …
 
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