You know your frame from your packet. You can explain how bridging tables are populated. Ethernet is your friend from as far back as 100 meg half duplex regularly plagued your life.
Wireless? Not so much. This is a second podcast in a crash course series explaining wireless networking to people who are really good at wired networks.
My guest is Chris Reed, lead network engineer at BEI Networks. Today, we dive into beacons, probes, SSIDs, roaming, and the ugly reality of band steering.
If you’d like to hear the first entry in this series, check out episode 440.
Clear To Send Podcast Episode 123 – Design Principles of Stadium Wi-Fi
Clear To Send Podcast Episode 127 – Stadium WiFi Implementation
SSID Overhead Calculator – Revolution Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi Roaming Analysis Part 2 – Roaming Variations – Revolution Wi-Fi
Heavy Networking 440: A Wireless Deployment Crash Course – Packet Pushers