David Coleman

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David Coleman is a wireless mobility consultant, public speaker, and trainer. For the last twenty 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 Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA) Study Guide and numerous other books about Wi-Fi. David is the Senior Product Evangelist for Aerohive Networks and is CWNE #4.

What Benefits Does 802.11ax Bring for IT Administrators?

David Coleman (CWNE#4) discusses 802.11ax in this latest video.

Troubleshooting Connectivity Problems With VLAN Probe (Pro Tip: It’s not always the Wi-Fi)

David Coleman explains how to use the VLAN probe in HiveManager NG to troubleshoot users not being assigned the correct IP for their device.

Wi-Fi Career Pro Tip: Learn 802.11 Frame Analysis

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.

British Invasion of Aerohive CWNEs

Two new Aerohive employees (eleven total) have earned elite CWNE status. Read to find out who they are and how they got here.

The New CWSP Study Guide Is Out

After many months of work, the 2nd edition of the Certified Wireless Security Professional (CWSP) Study Guide is available.

Designing WLANS: What If We Could Double Our Airtime At 5GHz?

Because the 5GHz band offers more frequency space and cleaner RF, it’s time to rethink discussions about designing for capacity and airtime consumption.

Two New CWNEs Join The List Of Advanced Wi-Fi Experts

Two new Aerohive employees have earned elite CWNE status. Read to find out who they are and how they got here.

2.4 GHz Channel Planning

For all its simplicity to the end user, Wi-Fi is really an incredibly complex technology. In this series, we “get back to the basics” of the technology. Because I have been in the Wi-Fi industry for 12+ years, I sometimes forget that the technology is still a young technology. To this day I find that […]