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ESTUDIODECOBERTURADELAREDINALMBRICA: ESCUELAUNIVERSITARIAPOLITCNICADETERUEL

Autores:
DavidPellicerMartn JosngelMateoVivaracho MaraPilarPrezMartn JaimeBosqueTorrecilla

Supervisores:
JosAntonioValeroSnchez ManuelJimnezGaln

Fechaderealizacindelestudio:dic08

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Contenido por planta


N1. Nombre de la planta
Survey routes and access points Recorrido realizado en la planta N del edificio para hacer el estudio.

N.1 Overall network health


Tabla que contiene los posibles problemas globales que pueda tener la red en el grfico posterior. Network health Lugares del edificio donde se puede realizar una conexin satisfactoria. Network issues Motivo por el cual no es posible establecer una conexin satisfactoria. Dicho grfico hace referencia a la tabla que se explica en el primer apartado de esta seccin, y cuya leyenda es la siguiente: o o o o Rojo: Potencia de seal insuficiente. Azul: Relacin seal ruido demasiado baja. Turquesa: Velocidad de conexin menor a 1 Mbps. Amarillo: Nmero de punto de acceso insuficientes

N.2 Coverage overlap and performance


Data rate Velocidad mxima de conexin posible desde cada lugar del mapa. Number of APs (Access Points) Nmero de puntos de acceso visibles desde cada lugar del mapa. Signal strengh Potencia de seal o cobertura en cada lugar del mapa. El grfico vara desde rojo hasta verde. El rojo significa mayor dificultad para conectarse, pero no por ello imposibilidad (ver seccin N.1 apartado 2). Signal to noise ratio Relacin que existe entre la seal wireless til y el ruido existente en el medio, debe ser una relacin positiva para permitir la transferencia de datos. En caso de que la seal est cercana al nivel de ruido o cerca del mnimo exigido, es posible que se produzcan cortes en la conexin. Strongest Acces Points Punto de acceso que proporciona mayor cobertura en la zona. Cada zona est delimitada por colores.

1.Neselnmerodeplanta

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N.3 Access Points


Colocacin aproximada de los puntos de acceso de la planta N.

N.3.1 My Access Points

Listado con los puntos de acceso mostrados en la seccin N.3, las redes y el canal en que emite.

Plantas estudiadas
1. 2. 3. 4. Planta-0 Planta-1 Planta-2 Planta-3

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1. Planta-0
Survey routes and Access Points for Planta-0

ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA POLITCNICA DE TERUEL 1.1. Overall Network health Requirement criteria for Basic Connectivity
signal strength at least signal-to-noise ratio at least data rate at least number of access points at least -85.0 dBm 5.0 dB 1.0 Mbps 1 when signal strength at least -85.0 dBm when data rate 1.0 Mbps

Network Health for Planta-0 Wi-Fi is typically built for a certain purpose or several purposes, such as VoIP, web browsing, or location tracking. With Network Health, you can, with a single visualization, display whether the network meets your requirements or not.

ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA POLITCNICA DE TERUEL Network Issues for Planta-0 Network Issues complements Network Health by showing the requirement that is below the threshold level at each location. Whereas Network Health answers the question "Does it work?", Network Issues answers the question "If it doesn't work, why?".

ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA POLITCNICA DE TERUEL 1.2. Coverage, Overlap and Performance Data Rate for Planta-0 Data Rate is the highest possible speed (measured in megabits per second) at which the wireless client devices will be transmitting data. Typically the true data throughput is about half of the data rate or less.

ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA POLITCNICA DE TERUEL Number of APs for Planta-0 Number of Access Points indicates the number of access points audible at each location.

ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA POLITCNICA DE TERUEL Signal Strength for Planta-0 Signal Strength - sometimes called coverage - is the most basic requirement for a wireless network. As a general guideline, low signal strength means unreliable connections, and low data throughput.

ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA POLITCNICA DE TERUEL Signal To Noise Ratio for Planta-0 Signal-To-Noise Ratio indicates how much the signal strength is stronger than the noise (co-channel interference). Signal must be stronger than noise (SNR greater than zero) for data transfer to be possible. If the signal is only barely stronger than noise, you may encounter occasional connection drop-offs.

ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA POLITCNICA DE TERUEL Strongest Access Point for Planta-0 Strongest Access Point displays the access point that is the strongest per location. Strongest access point can thus be used for load balancing purposes, and to predict roaming patterns of client devices.

ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA POLITCNICA DE TERUEL 1.3. Access Points on Planta-0

1.3.1. My Access Points on Planta-0 Simulated Access Points on Planta-0 None.

Measured Access Points on Planta-0


# 1 Cisco 802.11g 802.11g 3 3 00:19:07:8c:0b:01, wiuz 00:19:07:8c:0b:00, eduroam Access Point

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2 Cisco 802.11g 802.11g 3 Cisco 802.11g 802.11g 4 Linksys 802.11g 5 Cisco 802.11g 802.11g 4 4 00:19:07:8c:25:71, wiuz 00:19:07:8c:25:70, eduroam 11 00:21:29:93:c8:7a, Unknown SSID 1 1 00:19:07:8c:08:00, eduroam 00:19:07:8c:08:01, wiuz 13 13 00:19:07:37:fc:80, eduroam 00:19:07:37:fc:81, wiuz

1.3.2. Other Access Points on Planta-0 Simulated Access Points on Planta-0 None.

Measured Access Points on Planta-0 None.

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2. Planta-1
Survey routes and Access Points for Planta-1

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ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA POLITCNICA DE TERUEL 2.1. Overall Network health Requirement criteria for Basic Connectivity
signal strength at least signal-to-noise ratio at least data rate at least number of access points at least -85.0 dBm 5.0 dB 1.0 Mbps 1 when signal strength at least -85.0 dBm when data rate 1.0 Mbps

Network Health for Planta-1 Wi-Fi is typically built for a certain purpose or several purposes, such as VoIP, web browsing, or location tracking. With Network Health, you can, with a single visualization, display whether the network meets your requirements or not.

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ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA POLITCNICA DE TERUEL Network Issues for Planta-1 Network Issues complements Network Health by showing the requirement that is below the threshold level at each location. Whereas Network Health answers the question "Does it work?", Network Issues answers the question "If it doesn't work, why?".

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ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA POLITCNICA DE TERUEL 2.2. Coverage, Overlap and Performance Data Rate for Planta-1 Data Rate is the highest possible speed (measured in megabits per second) at which the wireless client devices will be transmitting data. Typically the true data throughput is about half of the data rate or less.

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ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA POLITCNICA DE TERUEL Number of APs for Planta-1 Number of Access Points indicates the number of access points audible at each location.

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ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA POLITCNICA DE TERUEL Signal Strength for Planta-1 Signal Strength - sometimes called coverage - is the most basic requirement for a wireless network. As a general guideline, low signal strength means unreliable connections, and low data throughput.

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ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA POLITCNICA DE TERUEL Signal To Noise Ratio for Planta-1 Signal-To-Noise Ratio indicates how much the signal strength is stronger than the noise (co-channel interference). Signal must be stronger than noise (SNR greater than zero) for data transfer to be possible. If the signal is only barely stronger than noise, you may encounter occasional connection drop-offs.

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ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA POLITCNICA DE TERUEL Strongest Access Point for Planta-1 Strongest Access Point displays the access point that is the strongest per location. Strongest access point can thus be used for load balancing purposes, and to predict roaming patterns of client devices.

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ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA POLITCNICA DE TERUEL 2.3. Access Points on Planta-1

2.3.1. My Access Points on Planta-1 Simulated Access Points on Planta-1 None.

Measured Access Points on Planta-1


# 1 Cisco 802.11g 802.11g 2 12 12 00:19:07:8c:25:60, eduroam 00:19:07:8c:25:61, wiuz Access Point

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802.11g 6 00:60:b3:50:8e:7c, REDMAC

2.3.2. Other Access Points on Planta-1 Simulated Access Points on Planta-1 None.

Measured Access Points on Planta-1 None.

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3. Planta-2
Survey routes and Access Points for Planta-2

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ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA POLITCNICA DE TERUEL 3.1. Overall Network health Requirement criteria for Basic Connectivity
signal strength at least signal-to-noise ratio at least data rate at least number of access points at least -85.0 dBm 5.0 dB 1.0 Mbps 1 when signal strength at least -85.0 dBm when data rate 1.0 Mbps

Network Health for Planta-2 Wi-Fi is typically built for a certain purpose or several purposes, such as VoIP, web browsing, or location tracking. With Network Health, you can, with a single visualization, display whether the network meets your requirements or not.

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ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA POLITCNICA DE TERUEL Network Issues for Planta-2 Network Issues complements Network Health by showing the requirement that is below the threshold level at each location. Whereas Network Health answers the question "Does it work?", Network Issues answers the question "If it doesn't work, why?".

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ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA POLITCNICA DE TERUEL 3.2. Coverage, Overlap and Performance Data Rate for Planta-2 Data Rate is the highest possible speed (measured in megabits per second) at which the wireless client devices will be transmitting data. Typically the true data throughput is about half of the data rate or less.

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ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA POLITCNICA DE TERUEL Number of APs for Planta-2 Number of Access Points indicates the number of access points audible at each location.

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ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA POLITCNICA DE TERUEL Signal Strength for Planta-2 Signal Strength - sometimes called coverage - is the most basic requirement for a wireless network. As a general guideline, low signal strength means unreliable connections, and low data throughput.

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ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA POLITCNICA DE TERUEL Signal To Noise Ratio for Planta-2 Signal-To-Noise Ratio indicates how much the signal strength is stronger than the noise (co-channel interference). Signal must be stronger than noise (SNR greater than zero) for data transfer to be possible. If the signal is only barely stronger than noise, you may encounter occasional connection drop-offs.

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ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA POLITCNICA DE TERUEL Strongest Access Point for Planta-2 Strongest Access Point displays the access point that is the strongest per location. Strongest access point can thus be used for load balancing purposes, and to predict roaming patterns of client devices.

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ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA POLITCNICA DE TERUEL 3.3. Access Points on Planta-2

3.3.1. My Access Points on Planta-2 Simulated Access Points on Planta-2 None.

Measured Access Points on Planta-2


# 1 Cisco 802.11g 802.11g 2 Cisco 802.11g 8 00:19:07:8c:00:90, eduroam 1 1 00:19:07:8c:34:30, eduroam 00:19:07:8c:34:31, wiuz Access Point

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802.11g 3 Cisco 802.11g 802.11g 4 Zyxel 802.11b 5 802.11g 11 00:16:38:c4:e0:fc, Jazztel Wireless 6 00:a0:c5:98:49:25, aliaga 4 4 00:19:a9:0d:1d:81, wiuz 00:19:a9:0d:1d:80, eduroam 8 00:19:07:8c:00:91, wiuz

3.3.2. Other Access Points on Planta-2 Simulated Access Points on Planta-2 None.

Measured Access Points on Planta-2 None.

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4. Planta-3
Survey routes and Access Points for Planta-3

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ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA POLITCNICA DE TERUEL 4.1. Overall Network health Requirement criteria for Basic Connectivity
signal strength at least signal-to-noise ratio at least data rate at least number of access points at least -85.0 dBm 5.0 dB 1.0 Mbps 1 when signal strength at least -85.0 dBm when data rate 1.0 Mbps

Network Health for Planta-3 Wi-Fi is typically built for a certain purpose or several purposes, such as VoIP, web browsing, or location tracking. With Network Health, you can, with a single visualization, display whether the network meets your requirements or not.

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ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA POLITCNICA DE TERUEL Network Issues for Planta-3 Network Issues complements Network Health by showing the requirement that is below the threshold level at each location. Whereas Network Health answers the question "Does it work?", Network Issues answers the question "If it doesn't work, why?".

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ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA POLITCNICA DE TERUEL 4.2. Coverage, Overlap and Performance Data Rate for Planta-3 Data Rate is the highest possible speed (measured in megabits per second) at which the wireless client devices will be transmitting data. Typically the true data throughput is about half of the data rate or less.

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ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA POLITCNICA DE TERUEL Number of APs for Planta-3 Number of Access Points indicates the number of access points audible at each location.

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ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA POLITCNICA DE TERUEL Signal Strength for Planta-3 Signal Strength - sometimes called coverage - is the most basic requirement for a wireless network. As a general guideline, low signal strength means unreliable connections, and low data throughput.

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ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA POLITCNICA DE TERUEL Signal To Noise Ratio for Planta-3 Signal-To-Noise Ratio indicates how much the signal strength is stronger than the noise (co-channel interference). Signal must be stronger than noise (SNR greater than zero) for data transfer to be possible. If the signal is only barely stronger than noise, you may encounter occasional connection drop-offs.

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ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA POLITCNICA DE TERUEL Strongest Access Point for Planta-3 Strongest Access Point displays the access point that is the strongest per location. Strongest access point can thus be used for load balancing purposes, and to predict roaming patterns of client devices.

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ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA POLITCNICA DE TERUEL 4.3. Access Points on Planta-3

4.3.1. My Access Points on Planta-3 Simulated Access Points on Planta-3 None.

Measured Access Points on Planta-3


# 1 Cisco 802.11g 802.11g 2 802.11b 3 Cisco 802.11g 10 00:19:07:8c:3d:d0, eduroam 10 ea:86:98:ba:83:a9, hpsetup 11 11 00:19:07:8c:38:20, eduroam 00:19:07:8c:38:21, wiuz Access Point

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802.11g 4 Cisco 802.11g 802.11g 4 4 00:19:07:c5:74:d1, wiuz 00:19:07:c5:74:d0, eduroam 10 00:19:07:8c:3d:d1, wiuz

4.3.2. Other Access Points on Planta-3 Simulated Access Points on Planta-3 None.

Measured Access Points on Planta-3 None.

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