Good afternoon all, I was wondering if I could get some advice on networking a school.
What we are looking to do is to place about a dozen Ruckus R500 access points throughout.
The first question I have is about firewalls. I mean the actual building firewall to try and prevent fires from spreading. What kind of consideration should I be concerned about? I am going to have to try and penetrate the firewall so I can run a cable from the classroom that has the internet connection to the access point which will be hanging in the hallway.
My second concern is about naming the individual networks (SSID). Should I make them all the same or different?
Please let me know if this is not the forum for this type of question.
You need to check with local building codes before you start drilling through firewalls. Normally there are very specific requirements. There could also be codes for wiring, such as it must be in specific
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