Welcome to my blog!

This blog is Wi-Fi focused. I believe that wireless design is an art and that each person has their own unique view and approach. My posts are centered around my view as well as the tools that I use.

Posts will fall into one of the following categories:

  • Surveying
  • Deploying
    • Cisco 9800
    • Meraki
  • Certification Study
    • CWNA Study Notes
    • CWAP Study Notes
    • CWSP Study Notes
    • CWNE Application Experience
  • Wireless Standards and Technologies
  • Troubleshooting

I am looking forward to using this blog as a way to share my experiences, connect with other wireless professionals, and document my findings.

Thanks for reading!

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My Latest Posts

Cisco 9800 RMI+RP High Availability Best Practice Configuration

Overview IOS-XE 17.1.X brought the concept of the redundancy management interface to the Cisco 9800 wireless controllers that we know from AireOS. Previously, connecting controllers back-to-back via their RPs was fool proof; this is still an option on the 9800s but is no longer best practice. This guide expects the use of IOS-XE 17.1.X or…

Best Practice Cisco 9800 Configuration Method

Overview After many deployments, reading most of Cisco’s documentation, best practices, deployment guides, and after 150+ hours creating a tool to automate the deployment of Cisco 9800 Wireless Controllers to share with my team, I am sharing my thoughts about how these controllers *should* be configured. It should be mentioned that I use the GUI…

Cisco 9800 802.1X/EAP User Authentication with Windows RADIUS (NPS)

This post covers the process of configuring Windows RADIUS (NPS), deploying a Wireless Profile using Group Policy (GPO) on Windows Server 2012 R2. There are many guides that follow each of these processes for the server-side process as well as on the Cisco 9800 controllers, but I found it difficult to find each of them…

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