- Posted by IPTel Solutions
- On March 4, 2019
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There’s a few points in here that really jump out in terms of how to properly design a WiFi network – we attend sites to remediate networks that don’t work properly and it never ceases to amaze me that the basic rules just aren’t followed. This can be on big installs too – have a read through George’s notes of wisdom below. Thanks for sharing George!
4) Placing access points in a hallway, also called a hallway design is so 2007. Hallway designs contribute to excessive CCI (co channel interference). As client density increases and sensitive applications are added these designs fail miserably. Consider room placement during your survey.