Cisco officially announced the availability of their dual band 2x2:2 802.11a/b/g/n access point that supports lightweight (controller based) infrastructures as well as autonomous (IOS) installations. The documents and details of these APs showed up o...
My quick comments on the Cisco Live! Session regarding Auto Config Deploument using Cisco Config Engine (CCE).
PCI DSS 1.2 requires that existing installations of 802.11 wireless using WEP must migrate to something more secure before June 30th, 2010.
To go along with the new 3500 and 1260 APs releases, the 7.0 code is finally public for the Cisco wireless Controllers. Cisco has increased capacity on the 5500 model controller to 500 APs as well.
It would appear a new model number iPhone has passed Wi-Fi certification as of June 3rd, 2010 for single spatial stream 802.11n on 2.4ghz.
Nuts about Nets, LLC offers a rather affordable signal generator called AirHORN for different types of testing scenarios.
The Cisco 3500 AP is an 802.11a/b/g/n dual band, 2 spatial stream, 2x3 access point with a high resolution spectrum analyzer built-in.
Supporting legacy 802.11 data rates and protocols can cause a 95% loss in throughput in the worst case scenario, it may be time to drop support for the original 802.11 and 802.11b.