Jun
05
Well, we had all heard the rumors that it was coming down the line, and today Cisco decided to make it official just ahead of Cisco Live. Something very interesting thing about this update -no doubt as a result of really listening to the community's voice in regards to the things that threaten the enterprise most these days- is that they've added a heavy emphasis on Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) over wireless threats. With the addition of a Wireless Lan Controller (WLC) and at least a single AP,... Read More
Oct
08
Once I catch my breath and look back at one of our popular INE courses like the CCNA Wireless course, I can delve a bit deeper into certain subjects that we did not have time for in the course. This is one of those moments. Let us get more detailed about Cisco's implementation of Radio Resource Management (RRM) in the Cisco Unified Wireless Network architecture. In today's wireless LAN infrastructures, of course users want more and more bandwidth in a greater and greater coverage area. This is... Read More
Sep
24
Encoding and Modulating Questions Only What form of CSMA does 802.11 use? What does DCF stand for? Your wireless station heres someone transmit and waits the duration heard plus what value? What logically seperates WLANs? Name three requirements to roam between two autonomous APS. Read More
Aug
31
For success designing and implementing Cisco Wireless solutions, a CCNA Wireless student needs to be familiar with the options for various wireless topologies. Two were defined by the 802.11 committees, while others were made possible thanks to excellent developments by wireless vendors like Cisco Systems. The 802.11 Topologies Ad Hoc Mode While not popular, it is possible to have wireless devices communicate directly with no central device managing the communications. This is called the Ad Hoc... Read More
Aug
23
We wanted to provide our students with advance notification of some upcoming online classes here at INE. While we hope to see many students in the actual live events, on-demand versions will indeed be made available the week following the live, online version. Read More
Mar
07
We all remember from the wireless section of CCENT that we need to update the firmware of our devices to ensure they are running as efficiently and reliabably as possible. This Training Simulation from the course walks you through the steps on a common Linksys router. Just click the link below to use the simulation and enjoy! Read More
Dec
30
In an attempt to enhance the wireless security environment, especially in light of problems with Wireless Encryption Protection, SSID Cloaking and MAC Address Filtering were quickly implemented. Read More
Dec
28
Wireless certainly exploded onto the networking scene, unlike other technologies that took years to catch on. However, with wireless came huge challenges for securing the wireless network. After all, having potentially sensitive network data traveling through the air as radio waves immediately presented massive concerns. Read More
Jun
22
Before this exciting news, a quick introduction. My name is Josh Finke, Director of Operations for Internetwork Expert. Along with Brian Dennis and Brian McGahan, I am currently attending CiscoLive Networkers 2008 in Orlando Florida. Read More

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