In my previous blog , I have discussed some of the concepts of Diffie Hellman (DH) key exchange and elliptic curve cryptography. In this post, I will be discussing how these work together to enable secure connectivity with WPA3-SAE. To understand this better, I have configured an SSID on juniper mist access point with authentication … Continue reading “WPA3 – SAE in Action”
Today, every enterprise has Wi-Fi infrastructure in place to enable connectivity and mobility in the environment. It is safe to say Wi-Fi is ubiquitous and is the primary mode of connectivity for mobile phones, laptops, and a multitude of other things. But is using Wi-Fi for connecting all things a good solution? It certainly helps … Continue reading “Wi-Fi Feasibility for your IoT Application”
Becoming a good Wi-Fi design professional requires extensive knowledge in different aspects of networking and also some areas of project management. The 400+ pages of CWDP book from CWNP teaches you exactly that. From requirement gathering & analysis to post implementation validation, the CWDP curriculum is designed to make you a well rounded design professional. … Continue reading “A good Wi-Fi design is about getting four things right..!!”
Looking to install new WiFi infrastructure or upgrade your current system? Wondering what costs are involved for your project? Here is something that might help. Having worked on multiple WiFi projects ranging from tens of access points (APs) to thousands of access points, I thought it might be a good idea to have a checklist … Continue reading “A Checklist of Expenses for your WiFi project”
Are you a Wi-Fi engineer who received a CAD file to perform design on Ekahau but couldn’t because of the sheer number of layers slowing down the software or making it hard to understand the floor plan after importing? You are not alone. If Wi-Fi designing is part of your job description, this is something … Continue reading “Autocad LT for Wi-Fi Engineers – Managing Layers”
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