How-To Copy and Replace Wireless Access Point in Prime 3.2

This is an example process to operationalize replacement of failed AP Hardware in a production environment. The Prime 3.2 Copy and Replace AP process is very important to the operations side of managing a Cisco Wireless Infrastructure. It allows the easy replacement of defective AP(s). The key point to know however, is that if there … More How-To Copy and Replace Wireless Access Point in Prime 3.2

WiFi iOS and OSX Specifications and Cisco Best Practice References

Blog posts are a tool I use to help record information for my own use as well as sharing with my colleagues in the WiFi Space. This blog might not be super interesting. Client devices are often times difficult to determine WiFi capabilities. I have used the FCC website to research devices. Located HERE. Mike Albano’s … More WiFi iOS and OSX Specifications and Cisco Best Practice References

Rogue AP Mitigation

Rogue AP: Any device that is transmitting/Receiving Wi-Fi and is connected to a company’s wired distribution system without authorization; Or any device that is owned by the company and is transmitting/receiving Wi-Fi without authorization. PCI DSS 11.1 and 11.1.2 require that you do the following: 11.1 Implement processes to test for the presence of wireless access … More Rogue AP Mitigation