Issues with Cisco FRA and Location Services

Not too long ago I was asked to investigate why a clients location tracking of RF tags was so inaccurate. The information I had was that the RF tags were 2.4GHz tags, and not associated to the wireless, other than that no information given. The customer also had no idea if the site meet their …

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Traditional RSSI Location Vs Cisco’s Hyperlocation Accuracy Real World Results Part 2 – The Open Planned Office

Updated Noticed that someone turned on an ACL between the WLC and CMX so the Hyperlocation data did not correctly come through for this test. Updated the data below I previously wrote about Traditional RTLS vs Cisco's Hyperlocation in the real world for a walled office. This post is to put to the test the …

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CWNA Chapter 11 – WLAN Deployment and Vertical Markets

My Notes from chapter 11 of the CWNA study guide Deployment considerations for commonly supported WLAN applications and devices Data Data Email and web browsing are two of the most common applications One of the most important aspects of designing a network to handle data-oriented applications is to ensure that the network design is capable …

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