me at anuragbhatia.com
Mon Jan 16 09:44:22 CST 2012
I personally feel more then devices what matters is topology in deployment.
I have used Cisco AP's and they are pretty much fine.
Ubnt - true used lot more for outside wifi deployment specially for point
to point (and multipoint links).
You need to do a bit of site survey to get idea of how many AP's you really
need. Remember it's open spectrum and running different bands from adjacent
AP's, you get really high capacity. With more AP's you can eventually
re-use lot of spectrum running them at low power till an extent it doesn't
Hope that will help.
On Mon, Jan 16, 2012 at 6:17 PM, Martin Hotze <m.hotze at hotze.com> wrote:
> the wireless itself is not the big problem, most of your devices (Mac)
> will be the problem (BTDTGNS). And my wild guess is that mobile phones will
> also be mostly iphones, plus some ipads.
> ZyXEL has good WLAN controllers, as does LANCOM. Both have very good
> products for the money. No need - IMHO - to look into $isco.
> As for the iOS problem, read on here:
> > -----Original Message-----
> > Date: Sun, 15 Jan 2012 11:30:46 -0800
> > From: Ken King <kking at yammer-inc.com>
> > To: nanog at nanog.org
> > Subject: enterprise 802.11
> > Message-ID: <36170983-EAA1-4BDD-B0AF-5B045FD53321 at yammer-inc.com>
> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii
> > I need to choose a wireless solution for a new office.
> > up to 600 devices will connect. most devices are mac books and mobile
> > phones.
> > we can see hundreds of access points in close proximity to our new office
> > space.
> > what are the thoughts these days on the best enterprise solution/vendor?
> > Thanks for your replies.
> > Ken King
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