This topic is a chance to discuss more about the best practices, considerations and proved guidelines to configure, monitor and troubleshoot 802.11 wireless services under Meraki Cloud-Based architecture. The session focuses in the following topics:
Configuration topics include SSID definition, authentication types, client IP assignments, service distributing, availability, firewall, traffic shaping, and radio settings.
Monitoring topics cover the understanding of the Access Points status information, client details and RF status.
Troubleshooting tools provided by the Meraki Dashboard such as Wireless Health and Packet Captures.
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Ask questions from Monday 6 to May 17th, 2019
Edgar Monroy is a Support Engineer for Cisco Meraki Products, he covers MX, MS, MR, MV and SM. Before joining Meraki’s team he worked as a Cisco Customer Support Engineer for Cisco’s TAC for 4 years. He specializes in 802.11 technology and he has experience in the entire Cisco Wireless Portfolio, including CUWN, Mobility Express, Prime Infrastructure, MSE, CMX and Meraki MR Products. Edgar holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Electronics Engineering from the UDFJC University in Colombia. He holds a CWNA and a CCNP R&S certification.
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