★ THE BLOG ★ Ramblings on WiFi & stuff.
In case you missed my WLPC Wireshark talk here’s the 802.1X process file… with COMMENTS.😬
It’s just the specific frames in the 802.1X process saved into a separate file with comments for each of the frames. Hopefully, it will give an decent understanding of what is actually happening during this process. ENJOY!
Airtool by @AdrianGranados
Wireshark Most Common 802.11 Display Filters by @VergesFrancois
Wireshark Color Profile via MetaGeek Support
Wireshark for Wireless LANs LiveLessons Video Series by Jerome Henry (@WirelessCCIE) & James Garringer (@JamesGarringer)
WLPC 2019 is upon us and I’m off to Phoenix, AZ. But, first, I got a little shoveling to do. ❄️
Looking forward to seeing all my fellow Wi-Fi nerds and learn some stuff!
I’ll be presenting this year with a short talk on my favorite Wireshark customizations. Nothing too exciting, but hopefully some folks Weill get something out of it.
This will be the first year I will be going to both US AND EU WLPCs! I am really looking forward to my first WLPC-EU where I will be teaching the ECSE course.
I have plans for this year to start putting up more content on a regular basis. Working through some stuff the last few years and I am coming out the other end.
So, #WLPC Peeps, I’ll see you soon! And those of you who couldn’t make it, I hope you’ll be able to do so in the future. I miss you. 😢
For those of you who are trying to decide if it’s worth it, you can view video from ALL the previous WLPCs on their YouTube channel.
I’ll like to tell people that what I REALLY go to WLPC for is the community. Hanging out with folks, making new friends, sharing knowledge, and learning from some VERY smart people.
Videos are great, but PEOPLE are better.
And here’s a detailed whiepaper on 11ax from National Instruments.
Another relatively inexpensive way to pcap on Windows - WLANPiShark: Wireless Capture With a WLANPi on Windows via @WifiNigel
Mike Albano's Client Capabilities List - An oldie, but a goodie, if you haven’t had a chance to check it out (or, contribute to) before.
A nice survey tray alternative - The Swift Body Platform Harness for Laptops & Tablets thanks, @CurtisKlarsen for the link!
How Aruba Optimizes Performance of Dual 5-GHz APs via Aruba Blogs - Good read on the challenges of dual-5gig.
Spectrum Analyzers use this to break down sine waves. Good overview of how it works. - An Interactive Introduction to Fourier Transforms
Driven to Distraction (Revised): Recognizing and Coping with Attention Deficit Disorder - Highly recommended if you feel you are dealing with ADHD. Has had a huge impact on my life.
Ooooooh… this looks nice. Besides looking pretty and offering PoE+, to ALSO has: 12v barrel connect out, and 5V USB out. Now, if they would only add 100W USB-C out. 😏
Good read from TechPlayOn. It’s short and to the point and outlines the differences between 11ax and LTE which has been using and reaping the benefits of OFDM-A for years.
Read the rest of the article at TechPlayOn.