Shaun Welles of On Where You Stop comments:
Have our Access Points become ugly? An upturn of design in our Access Points being used have shown they are becoming and starting to look nice. Do you remember looking at the Cisco 1250, that thing was heavy and just ugly. However, it was a tank and worked very well.
Has the ugly AP lead to a design issue? Or has the ugly AP realized in order to work well, it must take some lessons in design. If you can not see it, then it probably does not work well. Wireless is good if you can see the AP–Line of Sight.
Shaun liked what he saw from Ventev at Mobility Field Day 1. They’ve got solutions for any issues you might have.
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