David Coleman is a wireless mobility consultant and trainer. For the last seventeen years, David has instructed IT professionals from around the globe in enterprise WLAN design, WLAN security, WLAN administration and WLAN troubleshooting. In his spare time, David writes white papers, blogs and books about enterprise Wi-Fi networking. David is the co-author of Sybex Publishing’s CWNA Study Guide, CWSP Study Guide and CWAP Study Guide. David is the Senior Mobility Leader for Aerohive Networks and is CWNE #4.
- May 8th, 2018
In this video, Chris Harkins, Sr. Technical Instructor and I talk about configuration features like Load Balancing and when (or when not) to use them.
- April 17th, 2018
David Coleman, CWNE#4 and Sr. Product Evangelist, and Chris Harkins, Sr. Technical Instructor discuss best practives on SSID design. If you’ve ever wondered why you shouldn’t use 16 SSIDs, be sure to watch this video.
Abby Strong, VP of Products & Marketing and David Coleman, Aerohive Product Evangelist and CWNE#4, introducing industry’s first family of enterprise 802.11ax access points. Aerohive intends to deliver three new models in mid-2018. The new 802.11ax Wi-Fi access points – AP630, AP650, and AP650X – are 802.11ax-capable as well as being fully compatible with existing […]
- January 3rd, 2018
David Coleman (CWNE#4) discusses 802.11ax in this latest video.
- June 28th, 2017
David Coleman explains how to use the VLAN probe in HiveManager NG to troubleshoot users not being assigned the correct IP for their device.
- June 20th, 2017
What is one of the smartest things Wi-Fi admins can do? Learn 802.11 frame analysis. These two videos by a couple of WLAN Pros will help you get started.
- October 5th, 2016
- HiveMind Blog
Two new Aerohive employees (eleven total) have earned elite CWNE status. Read to find out who they are and how they got here.
- September 28th, 2016
After many months of work, the 2nd edition of the Certified Wireless Security Professional (CWSP) Study Guide is available.
- April 5th, 2016
Because the 5GHz band offers more frequency space and cleaner RF, it’s time to rethink discussions about designing for capacity and airtime consumption.
- February 18th, 2016
- HiveMind Blog
Two new Aerohive employees have earned elite CWNE status. Read to find out who they are and how they got here.