WiFi solutions for warehouses and distribution centers require a unique level of planning and implementation to provide a proper solution. The uniqueness in the layout, client utilization, and environment requires wifi experts to understand RF and the network services. We are Wireless experts providing highly efficient WiFi solutions for warehouses.
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Cisco Meraki offers many built-in WiFi configuration features that can help you improve the WiFi network performance. It also offers integration with Cisco ISE and Meraki System Manager.
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Choosing the right AP for your WiFi deployments requires to have a clear ideal the purpose of the WiFi. Cisco and Meraki provide a complete portfolio of Wireless solutions to choose from.
Minimizing the CCI and ACI can improve the overall WiFi performance for your environment, especially if your deployment requires the 2.4GHz band.
When WiFi Radius authentication is not an option companies can still implement WiFi best practice without a Radius environment.
As you can see, a WiFi spectrum Analysis is essential in the planning, deployment, and support of WiFi networks. Having a clear picture of the radio bands, channel utilization, and overall wireless interference helps you design a reliable WiFi solution and focus your time and effort in the right places.
Wireless deployments can be planned for Capacity, Coverage, or a combination of both. Understanding applications bandwidth requirements allows for AP selection, channel and channel width allocation.
Network ports are the fundamental communication mechanism for network applications. Understanding what they are and how they work helps understand application traffic flow and communication.
Always remember that long passwords are harder to crack than short passwords, no matter what the complexity is. Think of passphrases rather than passwords, and change your password on regular basis.
WiFi and Ethernet complement each other and create the “network” in an office environment. As companies respond to employees’ requests for mobility and technical changes you’ll see most modern networks are a hybrid of Ethernet and Wifi but in reality, they’re just one network allowing communication over different mediums.
As you can see for many companies everything starts with WiFi, is if still have doubts just remember the Target hack that caused millions of credit cards to be compromised. WiFi signals travel beyond the physical boundaries and as such your network becomes susceptible to attacks without your knowledge and control.