There’s a lot that this 2D picture doesn’t say, but at the same time I thought I’d share as I update some of my documentation.
These are Cisco access point counts per building on part of my campus. Each building has it’s own story (user counts, building construction and number of floors, whether 11n or 11ac is in use, client demographics by concentration of device types, what the building and spaces in it are used for, etc),. This is simply a snapshot in time as there are projects in progress that will change the numbers, and everything behind them.
This is just a slice of our WLAN environment, and I find it to be an interesting, though somewhat contextless to the outsider, look at a big WLAN that services 22K+ simultaneous client devices during busy daily peaks.
Though our BIG NETWORK amounts to doing wireless for a small city, we also have several smaller environments. Here’s a fun one, a conference center we support out in the sticks using Meraki APs:
Sometimes it’s fun just to let Google Earth do it’s thing on your behalf… No real points being made here, but the really geeky among us might enjoy the views.