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I've just started testing wireless for our building, we plan to implement it across the board this fiscal year.Currently we have no wireless except in our IT area (DSL for outside testing).
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I'm assuming i'm missing something as far as the Cisco device goes but so far it's not obvious to me. There's nothing magical about the antennas in the higher end APs.
I'm just now reading about and learning the wireless world, so i'd appreciate any thoughts or input on this from some more experienced wireless gurus out there. They still function similar to the consumer devices with two major exceptions.
I have a decent signal up to about 35-40 feet away, then drops off pretty quickly.
So really there are two questions here: is there a reason that this Cisco device isn't pushing out a stronger signal (i've asked the friend who manages the controller, he they're not turned down or anything as far as he knows) than the Linksys, and secondly, why would i want to pay 10 times the cost per AP, as well as have to buy a k controller if the Linksys will pretty much deliver the same coverage?
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The Face-to-Face experience: As an It’s Just Lunch Greenville, SC client, we guarantee you will go out on dates.How do you like changing things on each AP individually?Or reprogramming APs individually when you add them or replace them? That K controller takes that headache away from you.The first exception is that you can always attach external antennas to boost your signal.The second exception is that you can mess with the antenna power and crank it up and down as necessary. As for your other question, there's a few reasons to buy the more expensive AP. How often have you had to reboot or replace cheap Linksys APs?We take the stress off of you and bring the fun back to meeting someone new.