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    The channels need to be different on both management switches if their signal coverage area overlaps.

    You could think of each switch as being like a traditional access point.

    Chilbs

    edit: This is what I seem to recall when the extricom technical guys came to do some training. I will check my notes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chilbs View Post
    The channels need to be different on both management switches if their signal coverage area overlaps.

    You could think of each switch as being like a traditional access point.

    Chilbs

    edit: This is what I seem to recall when the extricom technical guys came to do some training. I will check my notes.
    If you could me know I would be very grateful. Thanks Chilbs

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    Quote Originally Posted by K.C.Leblanc View Post
    We're looking into getting an Arruba system from Converge Networks.
    I have an aruba network that was installed 3 years ago, it hasnt missed a beat, hasnt stopped working once (oh god thats jinxed it!). Only had to logon to management console half a dozen times - each time to authorise a new ap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DSapseid View Post
    I have an aruba network that was installed 3 years ago, it hasnt missed a beat, hasnt stopped working once (oh god thats jinxed it!). Only had to logon to management console half a dozen times - each time to authorise a new ap.
    Same here. No problems at all.. two swtiches / 46 AP's and 8 Air Monitors. All running smoothly for years.

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    What are the air monitors?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DSapseid View Post
    What are the air monitors?
    Basically, electronic warfare..

    Stops your wireless devices from connecting to any other network that might pop up, it can mark other networks as rogue, unkown, interfering etc etc, so that you have control of your own wireless airspace. It also monitors for wireless intrusions / attacks and can stop any device doing that from being a problem.

    It's standard Aruba stuff.

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    Who wants to quote me for 20x 3Com Wireless 7760 AP's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by IanT View Post
    Who wants to quote me for 20x 3Com Wireless 7760 AP's?
    Email quotation on its way fella!

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    3com

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    Quote Originally Posted by DSapseid View Post
    I have an aruba network that was installed 3 years ago, it hasnt missed a beat, hasnt stopped working once (oh god thats jinxed it!). Only had to logon to management console half a dozen times - each time to authorise a new ap.
    Who installed it?
    Did they set it all up?

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    We've just started deploying a Ruckus system and so far it's been amazing. Two access points have replaced six traditional ones and the coverage is 100%. The building we've put it in is an old convent with some walls two feet thick! The old Cisco stuff was reliable but didn't cope that well with the thick walls and we had a lot of dead spots. The Ruckus stuff reaches the places other access points don't!

    Purchased everything from Mark at Net-ctrl and they went out of their way to sort quick shipment to us.

    Highly recommended - any questions get in touch

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveD View Post
    We've just started deploying a Ruckus system and so far it's been amazing. Two access points have replaced six traditional ones and the coverage is 100%. The building we've put it in is an old convent with some walls two feet thick! The old Cisco stuff was reliable but didn't cope that well with the thick walls and we had a lot of dead spots. The Ruckus stuff reaches the places other access points don't!

    Purchased everything from Mark at Net-ctrl and they went out of their way to sort quick shipment to us.

    Highly recommended - any questions get in touch
    Really pleased you are happy with it all Steve and very greatful of the nice comments.

    Enjoy the WiFi

    Cheers

    Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vegas View Post
    Who installed it?
    Did they set it all up?
    Class technology solutions installed it all and set it up.

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