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Why the CWNP Program?
David, what is it about the CWNP program that you find valuable for those learning Wi-Fi?
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What training resources and books do you recommend outside of the CWNP program?
David, what say you? What other great books and training resources are out there to help people learn and master Wi-Fi?
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What are some of the best whitepapers you've found on various 802.11 WLAN topics?
David, to wrap up this hour of discussion, let's build a list of great whitepapers on various 802.11 topics. What are some of your favori...
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How do I get hands-on experience with WLANs?
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How can I connect with and learn from Wi-Fi experts?
David, we live in a social world now and many people give valuable time and energy to the Wi-Fi space. How can I connect with and learn f...
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How should I approach learning to work with Wireshark and 802.11 packet captures?
I'm not comfortable with Wireshark filters, so I'm constantly challenged with not knowing how to filter to find what I'm looking for. I ...
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What kind of networking background should I have before I learn Wi-Fi?
Here, in the first hour, we're going to be focusing on vendor-neutral resources for Wi-Fi education. David, the first question is simple,...
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Wifi Design
As far as Wifi Design, what is tool or reporting is used to help convince management about on the leanist or effective way to have wifi w...
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Access points on dedicated VLAN. Best practice? or overkill?
Reducing load on AP CPU by reducing broadcast traffic.
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What is the most critical knowledge/skill for a general "Network Expert" to become a "Wi-Fi Network Expert"?
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What path should I take to be a CWNE and how long will it take?
The CWNE is our elite certification. If someone wants to pursue this, what is your recommended path and timeframe?
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What are the advantages and disadvantages of using A,B,G,N or AC?
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Let the discussion begin: How to Become a Wi-Fi Expert
Thank you for joining our live discussion on what you need to know and do to  become a Wi-Fi expert. Not sure what this is about? Not ev...
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RF design seems to be the most difficult part of wi-fi. Especcially with Bluetooth and other applications in 2.4Ghz. Any recommendations?
RF design seems to be the most difficult part of wi-fi. Especcially with Bluetooth and lots of other applications using the 2.4Ghz. Any r...
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What kind of subject can I learn with de CWNP program?
I was wondering... what kind of subject can I learn with the CWNP program.
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trouble shooting: can you discuss some theories?
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