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Observations from the Cisco Live Europe 2016 Wifi Infrastructure

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Enno and I spent the first day on Cisco Live Europe in Berlin today attending the “Advanced Practical Knowledge for Enterprise Deploying IPv6” technical breakout held by Tim Martin and Jim Bailey. It was a good breakout session, and thanks again Tim for the honorable mention of our work in your slides! We really appreciate it. Like last year, we were curious how the Wifi network was setup this year as I face a corresponding task for Troopers in March, with some major changes in comparison to the last years. Continue reading “Observations from the Cisco Live Europe 2016 Wifi Infrastructure”

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Observations from the Cisco Live Europe Wifi Infrastructure

Given that Enno and I are network geeks, and that I am responsible for setting up the Troopers Wifi network I was curious which components might be used at Cisco Live and which IPv6 related configuration was done for the Wifi network to ensure a reliable network and reduce the chatty nature of IPv6. Andrew Yourtchenko (@ayourtch) already did an amazing job last year at Cisco Live Europe explaining in detail (at the time session BRKEWN-2666) the intricacies of IPv6 in Wifi networks, and how to optimize IPv6 for these networks. He was also a great inspiration for me when setting up the Troopers Wifi network a couple of weeks later. Thank You!

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