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Keith R. Parsons
Husband, Father, Teacher, Geek - Wi-Fi, WLAN, Wireless, Travel, Gadgets, Networking, CWNE#3, 70+ network certifications, speaker
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Keith R. Parsons 3h
Summary of Ekahau Pro v10 Report Template Changes from Thanks Nick!
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Vasco Costa May 22
"I'm not nervous about doing a survey at 50 meters crane... You're nervous" 30° Celsius
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Keith R. Parsons 5h
Thanks Nick!
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Nick Turner 7h
Replying to @CaNerdIan @ekahau
If you don’t ask, then you don’t receive! You asked… So, here is a quickly assembled "Summary of Ekahau Pro V10 Report Template Changes”
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Keith R. Parsons 5h
There you go again, shaming someone without thinking how it might make them feel.
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Keith R. Parsons 5h
Replying to @jasonpanks
Sure - for you, anything.
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Keith R. Parsons 5h
Blog post on installing Intel’s latest 802.1ax client on Linux
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Keith R. Parsons 15h
Pictures please?
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Keith R. Parsons 15h
What is the total amp hours of that battery?
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Kali Linux May 21
Today is the big day! Kali 2019.2 release! Ready for download at This release has MAJOR NetHunter updates, 13 new images and new device support. Thanks to the NetHunter team for pushing this forward and for leading this effort.
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Keith R. Parsons 16h
I think you might be the first person to ever think of that… ;-) Actually they started on a Mac with EtherPeek! But then lost their way in the Windows world. Maybe they can return to their roots one day.
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Keith R. Parsons 16h
I didn’t mean to imply that battery won’t work for APoS. It just is larger and weighs more than I’m used to hanging on my tripod. Using it would require a change in the way I do things. To each his own. We all have to meet our own customer requirements.
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Keith R. Parsons 16h
You can FLY with that battery?
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Keith R. Parsons 16h
Well put. Though I don’t believe it is a ‘balance’ or an ‘either/or’ thing… it is just LIFE. Work is part of life… it isn’t a choice between two things!
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Keith R. Parsons 16h
That is a great solution for some things… but it is too big and heavy for a lot of APoS work, and you can’t take it on a plane because it exceeds FAA limits for amp hours.
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Gjermund Raaen 20h
Hidden fact. Legacy OFDM (.11a) have only four raw data speed rates. 12 (BPSK), 24 (QPSK), 48 (16-QAM) and 72mbs (64-QAM). It is the different coding schemes that make user data rate of 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48 and 54 mbs
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Keith R. Parsons 20h
Replying to @GjermundRaaen
That is a fantastic way to learn. Also obvious how March overhead is built into 802.11 protocol
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Keith R. Parsons 23h
Replying to @jolla @bornwithatail_
There are obviously venues/buildings that don’t care about their customers… some also charge to use the public restrooms… that doesn’t mean customers think it is a good thing. Perhaps this building should just add ‘Enter your Facebook login’ to ride the elevator!
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Laura Chappell May 23
Who's going to Europe? Ginny from Chappell University will be there looking to make contacts and talk about the future of protocol analysis. Let us know if you'd like to meet!
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