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Recently NETSCOUT released the long awaited update to the [Fluke] AirCheck product line and it’s an awesome update! Now we’ve done a couple of tool posts in the past about why you need this and what it does but nothing really compares to the flexibility…
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E59 - Cisco XOR Radios (Sponsored) #WLPC

Welcome to the 2nd episode of the 2 part series on the new Cisco 3800 & 2800 access points. On todays show we are talking again with Mark Denny & Brian Levin but this time we add in Jim Florwick. Jim is one of the most entertaining speakers from Cisco…
Welcome to the 2nd episode of the 2 part series on the new Cisco 3800 & 2800 access points. On todays show we are talking again with Mark Denny & Brian Levin but this time we add in Jim Florwick. Jim is one of the most entertaining speakers from Cisco ...
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As a wireless engineer we are always looking for new ways to “peek” into the RF and see what is going on. Sometimes though you may not want to boot up your laptop, get your adapters out, etc, just to take a quick look if say for example you are on a…
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1) CRC is cyclic redundancy check. This means a radio received a frame and failed the checksum. A normal communication the intended receiver will not ACK and the sender will retransmit the frame. What’s important to understand when sniffing just because…
1) CRC is cyclic redundancy check. This means a radio received a frame and failed the checksum. A normal communication the intended receiver will not ACK and the sender will retransmit the frame. What’s important to understand when sniffing just because you have a high CRC rate in your sniffer window ...
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Welcome to a very special episode of the NSA Show. On this episode we are joined by Ryan Adzima (@radzima) from Whiskey and Wireless as well as Stew Goumans (@wirelessstew) to discuss a bunch of different topics. This episode was recorded back at the…
Welcome to a very special episode of the NSA Show. On this episode we are joined by Ryan Adzima (@radzima) from Whiskey and Wireless as well as Stew Goumans (@wirelessstew) to discuss a bunch of different topics. This episode was recorded back at the Cisco Partner VT in October. Some ...
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Let’s start 2016 with a blog post that will surely get some of you thinking. As a professional who focuses on Wi-Fi communication I’m asked from time to time what does Wi-Fi mean? The conversation usually goes something like this: What does Wi-Fi stand…
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In this blog post I investigate 802.11 TIM and DTIM. Read the entire blog post here: http://community.arubanetworks.com/t5/Technology-Blog/802-11-TIM-and-DTIM-Information-Elements/ba-p/256997  Traffic Indication Map (TIM) –  After reviewing what the…
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We are heading back to WLPC on this episode of the NSA Show. We recorded this live at WLPC with our guests Lee Badman, Keith Parsons, Mike Leibovitz, and Jake Snyder. We talked about building communities, analytics, and white label APs/controllers.
We are heading back to WLPC on this episode of the NSA Show. We recorded this live at WLPC with our guests Lee Badman, Keith Parsons, Mike Leibovitz, and Jake Snyder. We talked about building communities, analytics, and white label APs/controllers. http://traffic.libsyn.com/nsashow/NSA_SHOW_E60.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: ...
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Are you a @Netscout Runner or Sprinter?

Alright, the name of the show is “No Strings Attached” because well we are wireless so we don’t need strings right? Sort of, we do need at least 1 “string” and that is the one connected to our access point. While we have focused a lot on the tools needed…
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Digging deep into the Stefanick archives of real world 802.11 issues. I challenge YOU with 4 real world examples. Keep in mind sometimes the obvious is not so obvious. While frames don’t lie understanding 802.11 is important to see the truth. These are…
Digging deep into the Stefanick archives of real world 802.11 issues. I challenge YOU with 4 real world examples. Keep in mind sometimes the obvious is not so obvious. While frames don’t lie understanding 802.11 is important to see the truth. These are real customer issues on real networks with real ...
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Welcome to this first part of a two part series on the new Cisco 3800 and 2800 series access points. Today we talk with Mark Denny and Brian Levin, product managers for the two new access points. This first part of the series is an introduction to the new…
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802.11 – Reason Codes and Status Codes  The 802.11 standard section 8.4 comments on reason codes and status codes. I’ve used these myself when troubleshooting frame captures. These codes provide insight to Wi-Fi related problems like stations connecting…
802.11 – Reason Codes and Status Codes The 802.11 standard section 8.4 comments on reason codes and status codes. I’ve used these myself when troubleshooting frame captures. These codes provide insight to Wi-Fi related problems like stations connecting and disconnecting. Lets dive in and see what the standard says about reason and status code ...
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