I’ve got plenty of good stuff coming for you, mainly around using a WLANPi as a remote sensor in conjunction with Splunk, but until then, I’ve decided to share an alternate wealth. I know many of you have blog rolls on your website, but I’m a big user of Feedly, so here is my ‘Shared […]Read More Lazy Interim Blog Post – The Blog Roll!
In my previous blog, Ping Really Does Pong, I wrote about the dangers of using ping due to off-channel scanning by both the client and the access point. In this post, I will dig a bit deeper, and illustrate what else your ping tests are covering up.Read More Ping Pongs – Part 2: The Lower Layer Cover Up
Quick Overview of a Low Maintenance, Low Power & Cheap Cisco Wireless HomeLab.Read More Cisco HomeLab – On The Cheap
Is ping a good way to assess the performance and reliability of a wireless network? The short answer is, no, but I don’t like short answers.Read More Ping Really Does Pong
This is part 1 in a series of however many parts I think are necessary, and is intended to be a drains up guide to how an antenna works; from the very basics to the most advanced my brain can handle – probably to one of the extremes of relatively basic! So, I guess the […]Read More How An Antenna Works: Part 1 – The Dipole
During the course of my CCNA Wireless, I have become increasingly confused about the relation of length and frequency, and thanks to the community of experts on LinkedIn that confusion was cleared up quite quickly, so I thought I would share my understanding on this blog. I remember in high school physics, when learning about […]Read More Antenna Length vs Frequency