7 Rules For Setting Up Multiple Wireless Access Points On The Same Network

Covering a large area with WiFi often will require multiple access points. Unfortunately it’s not as simple as just placing a wireless router on every floor or in areas where you want a stronger signal. There are best practices that need to be followed when deploying multiple wireless access points on the same network to make sure that you are …

Top 6 Items For Your Wireless Site Survey Checklist

A wireless site survey, also known as a radio frequency site survey or a WiFi survey is ideally the first step a company takes before starting a full scale wireless installation. A wireless site survey will help you plan for your desired wireless coverage and network capacity as well as other important factors such as roaming and quality of service. …

6 Ways To Cover A Large Area With WiFi

There are many reasons you would need to plan a large area WiFi solution. More and more of today’s technology is becoming WiFi dependant and offers consumers advanced technical capabilities while simultaneously requiring proper wired or wireless network connectivity which can be hard to produce without accurate knowledge and execution. Planning to cover a large area with WiFi starts with …

8 Tips For Configuring Wireless Access Points

If you’re reading this, it’s likely that you’ve read part 1 of our wireless access point installation guide and are now ready to configure your new WiFi system. Depending on the equipment you purchased as well as your system’s intended use, you may want to consider custom configurations. WiFi is not one-size-fits-all and while access points and controllers may work …

7 Tips For Professional Wireless Access Point Installation

Congratulations! If you’re reading this, you probably purchased a new wireless system or are thinking about it and are looking-up some of the best practices for performing your wireless access point installation. Before you begin, it’s important to know that there is more to WiFi than meets the eye, and things you may not consider, like where and how you …

5 Reasons Why Landlords Should Provide WiFi Internet for Tenants

Water, food, oxygen, shelter, WiFi and Internet service. Seems weird when you bunch them together like that but it’s becoming more and more evident that Internet connectivity is essential in order to survive in today’s world. As a property manager of an apartment complex, residential building or multi-dwelling unit (MDU), you already provide water and shelter. Why not provide WiFi …

6 Benefits of Captive Portals at Events

Your event is coming together. You’ve secured A/V vendors, ordered catering, arranged for furnishings and secured a dedicated Internet connection and WiFi network for event guests, production staff and vendors to use. Everything is moving smoothly – under budget and ahead of schedule. Now is the time to consider extras that will enhance the event experience and prove to your …