Meet the SonicWall SonicWave 641 Wi-Fi 6 access point. It uses 802.11ax. This is the most advanced technology of its’ kind available. The SonicWave 641 is cloud-managed using SonicWall’s Wireless Network Manager. It is the first of their Wi-Fi 6 Read More
Category: Access Points
2×2:2, 3×3:3, What do these mean?
It’s common to see access points described with 2×2:2 or 3×3:3. Or 4×4:4, for that matter. Some now even go up to 8×8:8. What does that mean, and how important is it in deciding on which access point is right Read More
(Not so ) free Wi-Fi – Why you shouldn’t connect to an insecure network
(With thanks to Jack Wallen, ZDNet) Here’s some ‘found’ content that is worth passing on. It makes the compelling, and rather inconvenient case for why you shouldn’t connect to an insecure network. We all do it, without a thought. Maybe Read More
Aruba AP650 Wi-Fi 6E access point review
The Aruba AP650 Wi-Fi 6E series are powerful, new 4×4 Wi-Fi 6E access points. They are built for enterprises who need more wireless capacity and wider channels. It is Aruba’s flagship Wi-Fi 6E access point. The 650 Series are fully Read More
Meraki MR56 vs Meraki MR57: Is Wi-Fi 6E really that much better?
Wi-Fi 6 hardware is now common, and there’s a good chance you have a Wi-Fi 6 network. But Wi-Fi 6E promises to reduce Wi-Fi congestion further. This begs several questions: What is Wi-Fi 6E? How does it compare to Wi-Fi Read More