Facebook Forum - Introduction to wireless technologies
Have you wondered what the world will look like in five years? Wireless is already ubiquitous and has seen rapid adoption. If you are interested in wireless space and have basic questions on wireless devices, technologies or trends, then you should attend this event.
This is a Free event and open to all. It takes place on the Facebook page. On the day of the event simply visit our Facebook page and participate.
Our host is Surendr...a BG. He is a Cisco TAC engineer (wireless) and holds a bachelors in Electronics and Communication. He is well versed with Cisco WLC, WCS, IOS Access points, LWAPP, ISR, Switching and Routing.
He has completed CCNP, CCNA R&S, Wireless and CCIP.
Event Time in your local timezone.
Thu, 23 Jun 2011 @ 09:30 to 10:30 - PST (DST) - San Jose, United States
What is a Facebook Forum?
Facebook forum are online conversations, held at a pre-arranged time in a Facebook community.
How can someone get certified in a wireless technology?
To get Cisco Certified in any technology, the first step is to pass CCNA R&S. After this you can start with CCNA Wireless which will give you the detailed overview on the Wireless technology followed by the product introduction and the hands on experience. Then, you can go for CCNP Wireless, Which includes 4 papers - Site survey, Mobility, Advanced Security and Voice Over WLAN. Next is the expert level certification and hands on CCIE lab.
We have so many devices that can be connected wirelessly today. With that, there should be innovation happening in managing these devices too. Can you share with us in what is happening in this space?
We have many devices and to manage then individually it can quickly become very difficult. To make it easier to manage, we have Network management tools. One example is WCS (Wireless Control System). This is used to monitor and manage the whole Unified or controller based Architecture that we have and it can monitor up to 3000 APs. Just imagine monitoring 3000 APs manually!!
Where can one get details on the channels and the radio in wireless?
Can a Wireless LAN Share Dial-up Internet Service? e.g Linux(Ubuntu)&(Windows) at the same time because currently am using (Linux)
Yes, it's certainly possible to share dial-up Internet access across a wireless home network or other.. Wireless LANs easily support the amount of bandwidth required to share dial-up Internet service. Dial-up runs at such low ...speeds, however, that Internet connections will perform sluggishly on WLANs, particularly when trying to access it with multiple computers at the same time. Try any of the following approaches to make it all work as well as can be expected.
Go to the bottom of the page until you reach the 1140. The 3500 will share the same "signature" as the 1140. Due to the design, the signal distributes closely like a ball and you can mount the 3500i either from the roof or flat from a wall.