Power over Ethernet (PoE) is a technology that enables Ethernet cables to carry electrical power to devices such as WiFi access points, IP cameras, VoIP phones, signage, and other networked devices along with data
Ping is a protocol used to verify device availability, response time, and packet loss in a network by sending ICMP (Internet Control Messaging Protocol) Echo Request frames to an end network device and listening for the Echo Reply frames from the device. In other words, if the end device receives and returns the Ping, then you have connectivity to the device.
While 802.11ax can co-exist with older technologies, it can only deliver the promised gains if a careful migration strategy is put in place.
SNR, or Signal to Noise Ratio, is a measurement of how strong a signal is through the noise of the medium it is traveling through.
It’s true that WiFi network documentation isn’t the most fun thing to do. In fact, it can be such an eye-rolling task that engineers in
Packet drops and jitter can greatly reduce the quality of a Voice Over WiFi call. When troubleshooting Voice Over WiFi call quality issues the following
We are in the networking age of multi-gigabit wireless connections. Lightning-fast WiFi technologies move data from one place to another, routing business-critical traffic at speeds
PoE “Power over Ethernet” has become a very common technology in today’s enterprise environments. As the demand for PoE increases, the demand for increased power
If you are having problems with wireless AP’s not joining the controller check the following: Verify that both the power and ethernet link lights are
TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) and UDP (User Datagram Protocol) are the most common network protocols used in network device communication today. The connection-oriented TCP was