After moving to a new role as a Wireless Network Engineer I was exposed to other vendor technologies like Extreme (Aerohive) & Huawei. I worked with legacy Hive Manager and Extreme Cloud IQ. In the end of 2019, CWNE requirements were revised and CWISA (formerly CWSA) was added to the requirements lists. One of the first goals was to complete […]
This blog will provide an overview of my struggles and achievements which helped me become an elite CWNE group member. In my childhood days, I was always fascinated to rip apart FM/SW radio receivers and just see what’s on the inside. Well, that was just the start of the quest for Wi-Fi. I started my career in the Technical support […]
This blog post will present essay # 2 which I wrote to meet the CWNE application requirements. This essay captures the learning aspects from CWSP and CWAP exams which help me deal with the issue at a large distribution centre of a retail company in New Zealand.
I’ve been doing WIFI for over 3 years now and used few design and survey tools like Ekahau and Tamograph Site Survey. Always had a notion in mind if I am doing things correctly or missing something important while completing a site predictive design or validation survey. I’ve always wanted to make sure I follow the best practices and the […]
This blogpost focuses on using ExtremeCloudIQ from Extreme Networks. The portal is quite a user friendly and has some built-in capabilities which can help troubleshoot day to day problems with Wireless. Let’s take a look. Client Statistics The good thing about Extreme Cloud IQ is you can see Real-Time & Historical client information of their connections. This does help to […]
This blogpost is dedicated to provide feedback for the CWISA-101 used to be known as CWSA before. Exam Objectives Let’s begin by looking at the objectives of the exam. Surely you’d see that there is some overlap of the topics such as Radio Frequency Planning, Wireless Technologies and Implementing Wireless Solutions with CWNA exam. If you are like one of […]