enterprise 802.11

Mike Lyon mike.lyon at gmail.com
Sun Jan 15 13:53:40 CST 2012


Ubiquity (www.ubnt.com) has their Unifi line of products. It's still
pretty new in the marketspace and this, working out the bugs. I use
their other products exclusively for outdoor wireless.

However, in the offices ive done, ive used Cisco's WLC 4402 controller
which supports 12 access points. They have controllers which support
more APs as well.

Hit me up offlist if you have any quesrions.

-mike

Sent from my iPhone

On Jan 15, 2012, at 11:39, Meftah Tayeb <tayeb.meftah at gmail.com> wrote:

> Ubiquity
> or ubikity, maybe is miss spelled
> Someone correct the spelling for him please
> thank you
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> I need to choose a wireless solution for a new office.
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> up to 600 devices will connect.  most devices are mac books and mobile phones.
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> we can see hundreds of access points in close proximity to our new office space.
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> what are the thoughts these days on the best enterprise solution/vendor?
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> Thanks for your replies.
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> Ken King
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