INSERT WISE QUOTE HERE LIKELY FROM SOME DEAD PERSON Change Advisory Boards (CAB) can be challenging to navigate. Often the CABs are a panel of technical and non-technical people that are tasked with reviewing the proposed change and what impact it might have on the organization. Often you (as the wireless network engineer) will have … More Change Advisory Boards and YOU!
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
If you fail to plan, you plan to fail – Benjamin Franklin Having a plan is very important in almost every endeavor. The more important the endeavor, the more time and effort you should put into your plan. Having a wireless lifecycle plan and philosophy should be defined and documented. Once your plan is documented then it … More Wireless Lifecycle and Unicorns
Happy Halloween with Pumpkin-Fi!!! Aruba is hosting a contest to win some great swag and an Aruba Instant AP! All you have to do is take a selfie with a carved pumpkin and tweet with a hashtag of #ArubaHalloween So if you are part of the Wireless Community get out there and start carving those pumpkins … More Happy Halloween with Pumpkin-Fi!!!