Configuring Zero Touch Mesh with Virtual SmartZone

Mesh network

With Zero Touch Mesh, it is possible to expand your WiFi coverage without having to carry data cables. It is sufficient if the new Access Point is within range of an existing AP. Such a network is called a Mesh network, and the APs in the Mesh network communicate with each other over the air, not over cables.
It is possible to build Mesh networks only, as well …

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Configuring Zero Touch Mesh on Ruckus Unleashed APs

Ruckus Unleashed is a highly capable controller-free WiFi management platform that allows you to connect up to 50 Access Points and generate coverage for up to a thousand customers. In this post, we'll look at how to add an Unleashed network to an AP that isn't connected with a data cable, but communicates with other APs on the same network over the air, increasing network coverage to places where the …

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802.11ac MESH tests.

We conducted tests in our office to assess the capacity of the MESH network. To do this, we chose two Ruckus R610 APs, which we usually use to create a WiFi network at various events. You can read more about this AP here:

Mesh capability is available on all Ruckus APs except the 300 series APs.

For the test, we created a Mesh network between the two R610s, …

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MESH 6G: wireless interconnection of AP-s.

Although MESH connections have been in use since the second generation of Wi-Fi, it's only with the advent of the 6G 802.11ax standard has a new quality emerged. MESH connections are required for temporary networks or in cases where the cable network cannot be transported to all locations and it is necessary to expand the coverage area in just one part of the room, but the cabling work is complicated. …

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