You’ve connected to your public VPN to protect yourself from that nasty open wireless network, so you can relax, right? Wrong.Read More So, who can you trust?
Have you ever wanted to run a cheap, scalable network of active wireless sensors to test user experience? Well… come on in and have a read!Read More Splunking on Pi – DIY Active Sensors [UPDATE: Now working with the WLANPi!]
Did you know that you can create your own distributed WLAN monitoring system with Splunk and Raspberry Pi’s? Find out moreRead More WLAN Monitoring – Splunking on Pi
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