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Andrew vonNagy, Aerohive Senior Wi-Fi Architect

Andrew vonNagy is the Senior Wi-Fi Architect at Aerohive Networks, where he serves as an internal customer advocate and talks at various industry events about computer networking technologies.He provides relevant expertise in the education and retail sectors, having previously served as a Technical...

Design your WLAN for High Capacity

The demand for high-capacity Wi-Fi networks continues to grow at an astonishing rate. The migration to 802.11n has taken Wi-Fi networking within the enterprise from an overlay to existing wired networks and made it the primary network connectivity method. And the upcoming 802.11ac standard promises...

High-Density iPad Deployments

One of the core product focuses for Aerohive is high-performance Wi-Fi. This is something that I stress whenever I’m talking to partners, customers, or the public. The large-scale adoption and migration to mobile devices in BYOD environments is challenging existing Wi-Fi networks to keep-up. For...

Bonjour Clients for Multiple Platforms

Bonjour services are very useful for finding and connecting to local services on the network, like Apple TV’s (via AirPlay), printers (via AirPrint), file sharing (via AFP), remote audio (via AirTunes), etc. And using Aerohive’s Free Bonjour Gateway or Bonjour Gateway within one of our...

Wireless Field Day 3 – A Very Polar Bear Affair

Aerohive recently participated in Wireless Field Day 3 (WFD3), an event organized by Gestalt IT and the charismatic Stephen Foskett, which brings together independent industry experts and vendors to discuss advancements and innovations in Wi-Fi technology.This year, the Aerohive team decided to try...

Apple iPhone 5 Wi-Fi Specs

The world is a-buzz with the release of the new iPhone 5. I’m sure everyone has heard by now that it supports 5GHz Wi-Fi. This expanded frequency band support will be of critical importance for enterprise Wi-Fi networks adopting mobile devices and BYOD initiatives to distribute the growing network...

Aerohive Training Series – RADIUS Server and Credential Caching

“Wi-Fi that won’t die!” It’s a slogan you’ve probably heard the Devinator use time and time again to describe Aerohive’s distributed architecture. Well, it’s more than a catchy marketing phrase. One feature that helps ensure Aerohive Wi-Fi networks operate at all times is the RADIUS server built...

Aerohive Training on Private Pre-Shared Key (PPSK)

Security isn’t easy! Or least it hasn’t been for most organizations looking to deploy a secure Wi-Fi network.Pre-shared key (PSK) security is a weak link for organizations where the key must be shared among hundreds or thousands of users. 802.1X provides a robust framework for securely...

Aerohive Training Part II: The Video.

In my previous blog, Aerohive Training for 21st Century Networks, I talked about my trip to Vancouver BC when I had the opportunity to attend one of David Coleman's classes as a student. This blog puts a face (or three) to that experience. And I promise to use an better microphone next time Cheers,Andr...

Aerohive Training for 21st Century Networks - Part I

Knowledge is embodied in people gathered in communities and networks. The road to knowledge is via people, conversations, connections and relationships. Knowledge surfaces through dialog, all knowledge is socially mediated and access to knowledge is by connecting to people that know or know who to...

Aerohive Branch on Demand Just Got Better with the BR200 Routers

The newly released Aerohive BR200 routers expand on our existing Branch on Demand solution with new features and capabilities that will appeal to mid-to-large branch locations. The Branch on Demand solution provides simplified deployment, management, and consistent policy enforcement for enterprise...