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Wireless Issues and Strategies. Gary Bauerschmidt Associate Director. Adiel Sanchez, Network Engineer. Lots of New Types of Wireless Network Nodes. Which one is a wireless device?. Which one is a TV?. Lots of New Types of Wireless Network Nodes.

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Wireless issues and strategies

Wireless Issues and Strategies

Gary Bauerschmidt Associate Director

Adiel Sanchez,

Network Engineer


Wireless issues and strategies

Lots of New Types of Wireless Network Nodes


Wireless issues and strategies

Which one is a wireless device?


Wireless issues and strategies

Which one is a TV?


Wireless issues and strategies

Lots of New Types of Wireless Network Nodes

Design for Average user to have 4.8 wireless devices


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Wireless Access Points 2007 to 2014

2007

2010

2013

Wireless Life half of normal IT devices


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Student Life

requires

Wireless


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What are these?


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Issues


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Old Adobe Buildings

February 28, 1889


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Heat Map

Poor Density


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Open Areas

Wireless here too


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Gathering Places

Walk ways now sitting areas


Lack of funding

Lack of Funding

Incremental and One Off requests are not efficient


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The SUB Existing coverage

1st floor


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The SUB Proposed coverage 1st floor


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The SUB Existing coverage

  • 2nd floor


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The SUB Proposed coverage

  • 2nd floor


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The SUB Existing coverage

3rdfloor


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The SUB Proposed coverage

3rdfloor


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Top 10 Buildings

The following buildings have been identified as the top buildings in need of increased wireless coverage:

Bandelier Hall East

Economics

Mechanical Engineering

Mesa Vista Hall

Northrop Hall

Ortega Hall

Regener Hall

Scholes Hall

Social Sciences

SSB


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Regener Hall Existing coverage


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Improving Wireless Infrastructure

Completed

Completed the wireless improvement projects for:

Coronado Hall

Alvarado Hall

SRC

Child Care

Landscaping

Hokona Cellar

ECE

SRC Commons

Submitted the cost proposal to improve the coverage at the SUB

Upgraded the controller software to improve performance

Upgraded Airwave, to provide a more friendly user experience for planning and troubleshooting wireless issues

Continue to work with individual departments on how to address and resolve wireless coverage issues


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Improving Wireless Infrastructure

planning

Wireless Controllers update

Aruba 6000 controller chassis upgrade to Aruba 7240 controller, to provide improved throughput and capacity

The 7240 replaces a 6000 chassis with four controllers, and has the same AP capacity

Install and support 802.11 AC capable access points

Capable of using the 5GHz spectrum more efficiently allowing for speeds of up to 1.73Gbps to each client

Consolidate Lobo-WiFi and Lobo-SEC into one encrypted SSID for students, faculty, and staff

Use your Microsoft Active Directory account for wireless authentication

Continue to look for more ways to provide a seamless wireless experience for users, regardless of which device they use to connect to the network


Wireless issues and strategies

Gary Bauerschmidt,

Associate Director

[email protected]

Adiel Sanchez,

Network Engineer

[email protected]


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