Nathaniel Moore

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Nathaniel Moore (CWNE #222) is a Product Marketing Manager for Aerohive Networks with experience as a Systems Engineer in computer networking and wireless systems across multi-vendor solutions.

SD-WAN: Link-State Monitoring & Dynamic Path Selection

Software-Defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN) is an innovative new approach to the deployment, management and operation of WANs. In this 5-part series, the key benefits of this exciting new technology will be explored. There are two areas of WAN connectivity that often bring frustration – availability and performance. Link-state monitoring enables a routing device to […]

What is SD-WAN? – Reference Poster

Software-Defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN) is an innovative new approach to the deployment, management and operation of WANs. We are in the process of publishing a 5-part blog series on the key components of SD-WAN, but what about something that is easier to digest and reference? It’s here! A one-page, vendor-neutral reference poster that covers […]

SD-WAN: Policy Unification

Software-Defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN) is an innovative new approach to the deployment, management and operation of WANs. In this 5-part series, the key benefits of this exciting new technology will be explored. In a previous post, the benefits of centralized orchestration were discussed. Centralized orchestration creates an effective platform for policy unification. There are […]

SD-WAN: Centralized Orchestration

Software-Defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN) is an innovative new approach to the deployment, management and operation of WANs. In this 5-part series, the key benefits of this exciting new technology will be explored. Part 1: Centralized Orchestration Problems often arise when an organization experiences growth and expands its outreach to other locations. Unfortunately, positive business […]

PPSK QR Code Login with iOS 11

When registering for a PPSK using the Aerohive Kiosk for HiveManager NG, any user with iOS 11 (or an Android device with similar functionality) can register for a PPSK and instantly connect using the QR code.

What’s The Difference Between Single- vs. Multi-Channel Wi-Fi?

Some Wi-Fi vendors still promote a Single Channel design for Wi-Fi? Is this good advice? Nathanial Moore breaks it down.

Is 2.4GHz Dying? Or Is It Already Dead?

802.11ac dropped 2.4 Ghz support, but does that mean it’s dead? Nathanial Moore takes a look at IoT, connected devices, and 2.4 Ghz to determine.

How Do You Gauge The Real Speed Of Wi-Fi?

When it comes to Wi-Fi throughput speeds, there are a lot of technical details and variables that control how fast the data actually travels.

What Is The Range Of Wi-Fi?

When IT managers are looking at Wi-Fi deployments, how can they determine how far an access point (AP) can reach?

How Many Devices Can My Access Point Support?

When it comes to estimating the number of devices an AP can support, all scenarios are not created equal. Read why.