Wireless Networks Thread, Ruckus Wireless Again! in Technical; Hi everyone
I've posted a few times before about the Amazing Ruckus-Wireless and I bet you are now fed-up of ...
6th May 2009, 02:23 PM #1
4 Thanks to stevenlong1985:
CPLTD (6th May 2009), gibbo_ap (7th May 2009), john (11th May 2009), MarkPower (7th May 2009)
6th May 2009, 02:36 PM #2
Fantastic Steven. Is that using your netbooks?
Thanks to Joedetic from:
stevenlong1985 (6th May 2009)
6th May 2009, 02:40 PM #3
+1 for Ruckus.
I'll have around 70 ish users using it this afternoon.
It just works!
6th May 2009, 02:41 PM #4
ASUS EEE 1000H running on Wireless N WOOOOP!
6th May 2009, 03:41 PM #5
I'm wishing ours were wireless N now because I've just got a macbook and that's got wireless N in it lol.
6th May 2009, 03:49 PM #6
Originally Posted by Joedetic
Our access points are G but my macbook is N
6th May 2009, 04:34 PM #7
we're almost the opposite, all our APs are now N but only our new E6400 and macbooks are N.
Originally Posted by jamin100
7th May 2009, 10:32 AM #8
Great feedback Steven always good to see cheers mate.
Don't forget guys you can always mix and match your access points you dont have to stick with the one type that is another beauty of Ruckus it is versatile.
I will have the new outdoor access point and the new dual band for you to all see if you can make the Edugeek conference.
7th May 2009, 10:42 AM #9
Just to hop on this thread to say 'Thanks' to Mark and Stu for spending a good few hours at school walking around and doing site surveys in the major areas we are looking at getting Ruckus.
They've also agreed to come back and set up for a special learning day we are holding in the main hall with schools from all over Norfolk.
Great start all ready and my team was more than impressed with the kit shown and the new stuff coming out.
I'll be in contact soon.
Thanks to ninjabeaver from:
7th May 2009, 10:54 AM #10
keep hearing gr8 things about this gear, having some kit of MarkPower to borrow soon! looking 4wd to it!
7th May 2009, 04:34 PM #11
Is this just connect through to the Internet, or are they connected to the domain with shares etc?
Originally Posted by stevenlong1985
I have recently gone and bought a very expensive Zyxel solution, and it's CRAP! I wish I had this though. Just out of curiosity, what would be the initial (ball park) figure of a setup?
8th May 2009, 11:08 AM #12
Originally Posted by KWestos
All the netbooks are connected to the domain with shares. Log on times vary between 30 seconds to about 2mins depending on how many users are login in at the same time. - This is more to do with the server able to handle the requests. My Ruckus APs never has fall over.
I spent original 6k for 10x ZoneFlex 7942 and Zone director 1012 APs since then Iíve added 2 more APs since then which brings it up to 7k for 12 APs and Zone director 1012.
I know that because the dollar rate has dropped against the pound its slightly more expensive but still far cheaper than other bands. I was original quoted for D-link and that was for 15 APs no central controller for 9k
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