Configuring Wireless Cisco Networks and Wireless Controllers.
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Good evening,Getting ready to do a site survey of a rather large facility... About to switch to an entirely different wireless nic (intel 3945ABG) which isnt performing as well as its cousin, 2200BG. Reviewing the stats of the cards it doesnt make sense as intel claims (from my understanding) the 3945 is more sensitive.Given the sheer size (220,000+ sq feet) of my facility i want to ensure i do this correctly the first time around. I have the given equipment which will be deploying this card. What i have done in the past for resolving some issues is going every 5 feet and recording by hand the SNR using something along lines of netstumbler. Is this correct? any suggestions will be great.
Hi Robert,Here is some info that may help;Wireless Site Survey FAQhttp://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk722/tk809/te ... .shtmlThis Excel macro tool is designed to work with NetStumbler to help you complete a wireless site survey. While running NetStumbler, the macro allows you to timestamp your live access points, collect signal levels of each access point, and export the raw NetStumbler data to create a handy report.http://whitepapers.zdnet.com/download.a ... 100400Hope this helps!Rob