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    Re: Managed Wireless Network

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    Yes that would be a logical way forward.

    Some data on the Wireless LAN Solution Engine Express is here

    http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/...d80410756.html

    I have sent you a PM

    Cheers, Tom

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    can any one give me some contacts they have worked with at any of the above recommended companies?

    thanks

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    We're looking at a new system from a company called Ruckus.

    Looks very good, they came from providing HD video over wireless to networking, so should be solid.

    getting some demo kit at the end of the month, so I'll stick a review up.

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    As an end user of a Bluesocket system I find that it's horrible. If your wifi drops it sends you back to the captive portal and then insists that you're already logged in so won't let you log into the system and won't let you do anything either.

    This COULD just be the way that they've got it setup at my university but I personally just don't like it. The interface is slow on mobile devices such as my iPhone too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Domino View Post
    We're looking at a new system from a company called Ruckus.

    Looks very good, they came from providing HD video over wireless to networking, so should be solid.

    getting some demo kit at the end of the month, so I'll stick a review up.
    I have a rep coming in tomorrow morning to show me the Ruckus system. I first saw it at a trade show a few weeks ago, so too will be interested to see what it can do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joedetic View Post
    As an end user of a Bluesocket system I find that it's horrible. If your wifi drops it sends you back to the captive portal and then insists that you're already logged in so won't let you log into the system and won't let you do anything either.

    This COULD just be the way that they've got it setup at my university but I personally just don't like it. The interface is slow on mobile devices such as my iPhone too!
    This is down to configuration... it is easy to set up transparent authentication for Windows systems.

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