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38 e Right Track to Wi-Fi STEP 4: INSTALLATION. Installing wireless equipment generally involves running additional cabling, adding patch panels and Power over Ethernet (PoE) in the wiring closet as well as testing, labeling and verification. Most of the time and expense during this phase will go into physical installation of APs, but there are other integration issues that also require time to work through. Enterprise wireless services always link to enterprise directories (such as Active Directory), so the network team must set up and test this connection and analyze possible failover scenarios. When including endpoint security checks in the wireless project (wireless Network Access Control or NAC), project managers should plan for additional time, vendor support and testing before setting users loose. STEP 5: MANAGEMENT AND TUNING. Once all of the APs have been installed, it's important to conduct a second site survey to verify that the wireless network performs according to requirements. It's not unusual to have to add or move APs to handle dead spots or other unanticipated issues. Organizations that have never had an enterprise wireless network also should invest some time in learning the management requirements of the new infrastructure. A training class or onsite consulting can help reduce the steepness of the learning curve. It's also a good idea to schedule periodic site surveys every year or so to check on overall performance.
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