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Bryan Harkins, Aerohive Training and Courseware Development Manager

Bryan Harkins is the Training and Courseware Development Manager for Aerohive Networks. Prior to joining Aerohive, he was the Training and Development Manager for Motorola’s AirDefense Solutions. Bryan creates and delivers technical training for both live and computer based learning. He has worked...

Why use GRE tunnels for Guest traffic?

Managing guest traffic is an old problem with many solutions including GRE tunneling. An old networking question, do you allow guest traffic or not? If you do allow it, is it on a separate dedicated pipe or just on a separate VLAN? There are many solutions to this problem. However, using Generic...

Meeting customer needs in this new BYOD world

Having a product to teach that inspires not only the students but the instructor as well is truly a blessing. I have been an IT instructor for several years with the last seven to eight years primarily focused on 802.11 Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi security. However, I find myself still excited about teaching...

Smiles all around - Aerohive training classes are full of enthusiastic students

This is a great group of Aerohive students from a recent class in Dubai. The smiles were all week long, not just in the photograph. They came from Dubai, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, India and all over the Middle East to attend. No matter where I go to teach, I am met by students that love Aerohive and...

When wired connections fail, enterprise Wi-Fi succeeds

Recently, I was teaching a wireless class in the Washington, D.C. area and ran into a bit of trouble. The wireless devices we were using in the classroom were functioning perfectly well. However, the one thing that most users forget is that at some point the wireless communications need to go...