Cisco Work Group Bridge Process

Work Group Bridges (WGB) are used in Radiology, Cardiology Imaging, and Telemedicine for nomadic systems from Avaya, GE, and Phillips (for example). These systems do not have an integrated wireless NIC option. The department workflows require wireless service to reduce inconvenience to patients of moving their beds from a diagnostic room to an imaging room. … More Cisco Work Group Bridge Process

Channel Utilization Report In Cisco Prime 2.2

Channel Utilization is a statistic to represent the airtime utilization of a particular frequency or channel. The higher the Channel Utilization the more traffic is being transmitted and (hopefully received and demodulated!). There are several ways to see Channel Utilization in the AP, WLC, and Prime. WifiNigel has a very good article that shows many … More Channel Utilization Report In Cisco Prime 2.2

Cisco AirProvision Issue with UX Access Points

“Never, Never, Never give up.” – Winston Churchill A year ago I ordered a group of Cisco access points. I received 20 AIR-AP3702I-UXK9. Not looking too close, I plugged it up and….nothing. After doing a quick research, I learned that Cisco had shipped me a Cisco AP that could be configured for any regulatory domain … More Cisco AirProvision Issue with UX Access Points

Cisco High Availability and Internal DHCP Server Service with WLC Code 7.4.121.0

I have been implementing High Availability on Cisco 5508 Controllers. The deployment has been going well. However, some remote hospitals have a pair of 5508s that are serving up the DHCP Scope for their Guest Networks. I didn’t realize this was a problem until I attempted the implementation of the HA. The site in this … More Cisco High Availability and Internal DHCP Server Service with WLC Code 7.4.121.0