Importance of High Availability: If you are reading this blog, you likely own 2-5 Wi-Fi-capable devices: laptops, mobile phones, or tablets. From employees to students, from doctors to guests, the common theme is that everyone now uses wireless as a preferred mode of access.
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Tags: 7.3, access point, AP, business continuity, byod, CAPWAP, Cisco Unified Wireless Network, controller, CUWN, failover, HA, High Availability, mobility, SSO, Stateful Switch Over, wireless, WLAN controller
You don’t have to be a football fanatic to feel for the 49ers at Candlestick Park on December 19th, as their nationally-televised game against the Steelers was delayed not only once, but twice, amounting to a 35-minute total delay in the game. You can expect delays due to weather in blistering cold regions, but delays in San Francisco? (And we’re long past the days of the California brown-outs…) It’s no wonder this week the PG&E CEO called it the ‘most embarrassing moment of his career.’ (See interview.) Read More »
Tags: ASR 1000 Series, failover, hardware redundancy, software redundancy, standby processor