Tag Archives: wireless

Aerohive’s Private Pre-Shared Key Technology

A fairly common question I get asked when talking to people about Aerohive Networks is “what makes us different?” In other words, why should they choose Aerohive to replace their existing wireless vendor? It is a fair question. After all, … Continue reading

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Inside Wireless Hardware – Part 2

In part one of this series, I looked at wireless access points from Meraki and Ruckus. I also looked at a controller from Ruckus and an old Linksys wireless card. In part two, I am going to look at AP’s … Continue reading

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Inside Wireless Hardware – Part 1

This post is about me taking wireless hardware apart and taking pictures of it. I’m not going to bore you with stories of me as a child taking things apart, because to be quite honest, I wasn’t that kid. I … Continue reading

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Meraki

I spend a lot of time pouring over vendor solutions. A lot. Unfortunately, I don’t specialize in one area like wireless, security, storage, voice, etc. I am more of a network generalist. Because of that, I tend to focus on … Continue reading

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Busy Little Bees

I’ve followed Aerohive for over a year now strictly from a technical point of view. Their approach to wireless without using a controller is intriguing to say the least. Back in March of this year, I was able to meet … Continue reading

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Aerohive

I apologize in advance for the length of this post! Introduction Quick! Make me a list of parts needed for an enterprise wireless rollout covering a couple of large buildings with a requirement for 2.4GHz and 5GHz radios. Pretend the … Continue reading

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