Introduction For a more full-bodied introduction to this topic please see previous post: Refinement of the APoS Survey Tripod or watch the Follow Up Video: WLPC_EU 2016 Ten Talk. I felt confident that I could improve the Manfrotto Ranker stand for the purposes of “AP on a Stick” (APoS) work. There are two aspects that require attention; … Continue reading Build Your Own APoS Tripod: Manfrotto Ranker Stand Modification Guide
Here is my #WLPC_EU 2016 TenTalk about Improving and Refining the APoS Survey Tripod.
I have used numerous combinations of tripod, battery pack and PoE injector during my time carrying out “Access Point on a Stick” APoS design and survey work. This post will cover the noteworthy tripod & battery configurations I have tried so far, ending on a high note with my current (as of July 2016) solution. … Continue reading Refinement of the APoS Survey Tripod
In a previous blog article I outlined the CLI commands used to configure an autonomous AP for APoS for survey work. I configured the SSIDs with no encryption, this is not really an issue because I am only using this SSID to measure the RF attenuation in my environment environment, I am not passing sensitive data over … Continue reading Configure wpa2-psk encryption via CLI on Autonomous Cisco AP
This post is a quick roundup of the basic command set required to configure your Autonomous Cisco AP from scratch for APoS.
Introduction In January 2016, I signed up for the Offensive Security Wireless Attacks course & practical exam. Registering for this course requires “professional” email address, “No Free or ISP Email Addresses”. Once I had provided my details, a number of emails were dispatched, many of these were flagged as Junk by O365, be aware, I … Continue reading My Offensive Security, OSWP Experience
During the initial WiFi design phase it is important to use an efficient AP naming convention.
Here is my take on a logical nomenclature for APs during the design phase.
My take on logical numerical assignment to floor reference.
I like to think of the Ground floor, the floor I enter the building on as “00”. Now we have a point of reference…
There is an app called FilePhoto, it allows you to set the file name of pictures you take using your iPhone.
How I use Skitch to annotate photos as I take them whilst performing an on site WiFi design.
Drawing arrows and adding text to pictures within iOS in a non-destructive way.