Lee Badman wirednot comments:
I remember back in the day, going to Cisco wireless school and then doing CWNA and CWSP, memorizing every best practice I could find. I was determined that, by golly, my wireless networks were going to be excellent because I would not compromise and do things less than perfect. When I trained staff on doing wireless in the early days, that same message of rigid compliance with best practices was a central theme.
And then somewhere along the line, reality set in.
von Moltke is famous for saying “No plan survives contact with the enemy.” And when it comes to networking and wireless designs, you best laid plans my not survive either.
Read more at: You Can’t Always Follow WLAN Best Practices