Archive for 'Videos'

Using AirWISE

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WiTS has produced “WiTS Video Tips #3.” This a short training video utilizing AirWISE inside of AirMagnet Survey Pro. This video was created by Jerrett Fancher, an official AirMagnet Certified Instructor from www.wirelesstrainingsolutions.com.

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Using AirMagnet Reports

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WiTS has produced “WiTS Video Tips #2”, a practical short training video utilizing reports inside of AirMagnet Survey Pro. This video was created by Jerrett Fancher, an official AirMagnet Certified Instructor from www.wirelesstrainingsolutions.com.

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Where to set APs inside AirMagnet Survey Pro

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WiTS is the official training provider for AirMagnet Training Academy. We have taught thousands of AirMagnet students how to properly survey, design, troubleshoot, and analyze their WiFi networks. Based on feedback the AirMagnet customer support team receives, we have produced a few helpful short videos how to utilize AirMagnet mobile tools in the real world. Some of the most common requests that they receive range from set-up and quick start tips to reporting. WiTS will produce several, practical “WiTS Video ...

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IEEE 802.11ac First Look

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802.11ac is one of the new physical layer amendments being worked on by the IEEE. Although completion of the amendment is not expected until next year, some vendors are already offering hardware based on the initial drafts of this work. What are the new features and capabilities that make “ac” so interesting? Join AirMagnet Academy Curriculum Director, Rick Murphy, for a first look at what options lie in store for us when 802.11ac becomes available.

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Call Foul on WLAN Interference

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Wireless LANs use the license-exempt radio bands shared by various consumer-grade transmitters. These devices can have a serious negative effect on the performance of your WLAN. In order to isolate these noise sources you need a mobile spectrum analyzer with fast response and an internal expert system that automatically identifies the type of transmitter causing the problem.

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Defending the New Perimeter

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This time Rick will discuss the pros and cons of wireless perimeter defense mechanisms, looking specifically at the pros and cons of using double-duty and dedicated APs compared to purpose-built security sensors and the advantages of fully featured overlay WIPS systems compared to integrated security monitoring consoles.

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Anatomy of a Rogue Event

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1 hour webinar presented by Rick Murphy. With the proliferation of smartphones, tablets, and Windows 7 PCs, that allow the formation of personal WiFi Hotspots, WLAN rogue AP detection is becoming even more of a priority for WLAN administrators of networks of all sizes. In addition, increased emphasis by the FCC and most other national radio regulatory agencies on enforcement of RF jamming laws are making it crucial for WLAN engineers to positively identify unauthorized devices before performing containment activities ...

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Tired of Walking the Floor? Survey in Half the Time!

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Once again Rick has pulled off another successful webinar, “Tired of Walking the Floor? Survey in Half the Time.” Industry best practices consider site surveys as a mandatory and vital part of the wireless LAN deployment process for achieving the desired security, performance and compliance for the WLAN.

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802.11n Essentials and Applications – Part 2

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In this second part of Rick Murphy’s popular 802.11n Essentials and Applications webinar, he will explain some of the new and often confusing High Throughput (HT) options, such as use of 20/40 MHz Channels, additional subcarriers and optional Short Guard Intervals (SGI), which can have a significant effect on the performance of your WLAN.

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802.11n Design & Site Survey Best Practices Part 1

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Spend an hour with CWNE, Rick Murphy of Wireless Training & Solutions (WiTS) as he reveals his best practices for 802.11n Network Design and Site Surveys. During this 1 hour webinar training you will learn what every WLAN Engineer should know about Designing and Surveying for 802.11n Wireless LANs.

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