streaker69 wrote:Clearing congestion is very easy. Just write a script to auto-deauth all other AP's other than your own, every few seconds.
Just get the good stuff. We brought up a network last friday using the new Enterasys (Trapeze) gear. We had set the Rogue detection mode to the aggressive range. Within 2 seconds of deploying the code from the switch controllers to the thin APs, every other AP in the building went away, including the customer's legacy network. We looked around and said "damn, that was cool. Let's do it again." So we deploy the rogue detection only and everything comes back. Push the changes back out again and boom, we own the world. It must be a similar feeling to what Streak has every time he props up on that big valve.
I will implement it for a different customer tomorrow in a rolling fashion. Or maybe a circular pattern around the building. Or alternating floors, or just random. It may be a good thing I am bailing out of Canada for God's country Saturday.
I hope NorthWorst has the scotch well stocked in first class. I love the new charges from the airlines. Everything applies to the back of the bus, so it makes it easier to justify first. Hell, it figures up to about $125. per hop just to take the golf sticks along.
Canada would be a nice country if it were not for being filled up with Canadians. (OK, the obligatory shit stirring comment is out of the way, so I will crawl back in my hole before Beak staggers over to his pc.)
Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote.
-- Benjamin Franklin, 1759