Pasos para crear VLANs con límites de ancho de banda por usuario desde la aplicación de Ruijie

Pasos para crear VLAN con límites de ancho de banda por usuario utilizando la aplicación Ruijie:

1. Abra la aplicación y asegúrate de estar en el proyecto correcto (En este ejemplo, el proyecto se llama Webinar ).

2. Ve a la sección Workspace / Advanced. Desplázate hacia abajo hasta encontrar la opción de VLAN Config.

3. Dentro de la VLAN Config, haz clic en el botón Add.

4. A continuación, nombre el SSID, especifica el ID de la VLAN y configure el IP Range, siguiendo la imagen como referencia.

5. Para completar la configuración, habilita la opción de Límite de ancho de banda por usuario y define los límites de velocidad subida y bajada.

6. Haga clic en “Save” y tu VLAN con límites de ancho de banda por usuario estará configurada y lista para usar.

Steps to create VLANs with bandwidth limits per user from the Ruijie app

Steps to create VLANs with per-user bandwidth limits using the Ruijie app:

1. Launch the app and make sure you are in the correct Project (In this example, the project is named Webinar).

2. Go to the Workspace / Advanced section. Scroll down until you find the VLAN Config option.

3. Inside VLAN Config, click on the Add button.

4. Next, name the SSID, specify the VLAN ID, and configure the IP Range, following the image for reference.

5. To complete the setup, enable the Bandwidth Limit per user option and define the upload and download limits.

6. Click “Save” and your VLAN with per-user bandwidth limits is now configured and ready to use.

3 Undeniable Advantages of RUIJIE as a Leading Connectivity Solution

Now more than ever, it is essential for any company to have a reliable connectivity system. For this reason, we have compiled the reasons why system engineers endorse migrating to RUIJIE in their installations:

1. No need for a controller: RUIJIE is a network solution that does not require a centralized controller for its operation. This means you don’t have to invest in an additional device or worry about configuring and managing a controller. You can simplify your network infrastructure and reduce associated costs by eliminating this additional layer.

2. Unlimited device capacity in the cloud: RUIJIE offers unlimited device capacity in its cloud, which means you can connect and manage many devices in your network without restrictions. This greatly benefits growing organizations or enterprise environments where the number of connected devices can increase rapidly. With RUIJIE, you won’t have to worry about reaching capacity limits and can scale your network according to your needs.

3. Network configuration in 3 minutes: RUIJIE stands out for its user-friendliness and the speed at which a network can be configured. You can set up your network in just 3 minutes, whether it’s 10, 20, 100, or 1000 devices. This saves time and effort compared to more complex solutions requiring lengthy and complicated configurations.

Remember that when considering a change in your network infrastructure, it is important to carefully assess your specific needs and conduct tests to ensure the proposed solution is compatible with your technical and operational requirements.

For quotations and more information, contact [email protected] or visit www.epcom.net.

Entendiendo las bandas e Idiomas

Me confundo con los términos y funciones de operación:

Equipos PTP, PTMP, WiFi, las marcas, Cambium MIMOSA, Grandstream, Ubiquiti???

  • Sencillo y rápido: las carreteras principales son 2.4 y 5 GHz, estas carreteras son las mas comunes, están homologadas y también saturadas “es lo malo”

A respuesta de estas carreteras saturadas en 2.4 y 5 GHz, existen opciones como las carreteras en 11 GHz, 24 GHz, 60 GHz etc. Por ejemplo: “B11 o B24 de Mimosa “

Inge, pero como es esto, Wi-Fi usa esas mismas carreteras?

  • Es correcto, de ahí viene también lo saturado, mismas carreteras, pero hablando IDIOMAS DIFERENTES, Wi-Fi es un idioma universal, Mimosa y Cambium hablan su propio idioma, al igual pasa con Ubiquiti.

No entiendo cómo Wi-Fi es un Idioma universal?

  • Claro, es como hablar ingles, las marcas como Grandstream, Ruijie, Ubiquiti, decidieron crear equipos que hablen el idioma universal “Wi-Fi  802.11b / g / n / ac”

Inge, Quién habla este idioma universal Wi-Fi?

  • Sencillo, los smartphones, las laptops, PCs, Tablets, Equipos LoT como los Alexa, Google Home, routers de casa, routers Wisp, etc.

Inge, y porque las marcas se metieron a producir equipos que hablaran Wi-Fi?

  • Mas sencillo aún, aquí hay mucha necesidad y dinero, entonces marcas con tanta experiencia en desarrollo de radios, antenas etc, le entraron a crear AP´s que hablen Wi-Fi  802.11xx, esto independientemente de sus equipos PTP o PTMP que hablan sus propios idiomas para enlaces de mediano y largo alcance y aplicaciones WIPS…

Inge, ultima pregunta, y como los diferenciamos o como los identifico?

  • Bueno, cada marca le da un nombre que genere impacto y marketing, como es:

Ubiquiti: lo llama UniFi

Cambium: cnPilot

Grandstream: GWNxx Series

Recuerda, si habla Wi-Fi 802.11xx, estos equipos son para conectar tu celular, tu laptop. tablet y que tengas internet, como sucede en los hoteles, las casas, áreas abiertas como parques etc.

Understanding Frequency Bands and Languages

I get confused with the terms and operation functions:

PtP, PtMP, Wi-Fi devices, brands, MIMOSA Cambium, Grandstream, Ubiquiti???

  • Quick and easy: the main roads are 2.4 and 5 GHz; these roads are the most common; they are homologated and also saturated “that is the drawback.”

As a response to saturated roads in 2.4 and 5 GHz, there are options such as 11 GHz, 24 GHz, 60 GHz, etc. For example, “Mimosa’s B11 or B24.”

How does that work? Doesn’t Wi-Fi use the same roads?

  • That is correct, this is why they’re saturated, same roads, but we speak DIFFERENT LANGUAGES, Wi-Fi is a universal language, Mimosa and Cambium speak their own language, the same as Ubiquiti.

I don’t understand how is Wi-Fi a universal language?

  • It is like speaking English; brands such as Grandstream, Ruijie, Ubiquiti have manufactured devices that speak the universal language “Wi-Fi 802.11b / g / n / ac.”

Who speaks this universal Wi-Fi language?

  • Cellphones, laptops, PCs, Tablets, IoT devices such as Alexa, Google Home, home routers, WISP routers, etc.

Why did brands start manufacturing Wi-Fi devices?

  • There was a high demand, so these brands, with experience in the development of radios, antennas, etc, started creating APs that communicate in Wi-Fi 802.11xx, regardless of their PTP or PTMP equipment that speaks their own language for medium and long-range links and WIPS applications…

How do we determine or identify their Wi-Fi devices?

  • Each brand has a different name to generate impact and market them: such as

Ubiquiti: calls it UniFi

Cambium: cnPilot

Grandstream: GWNxx Series

Remember, if it speaks Wi-Fi 802.11xx, these devices are to connect your smartphone, your laptop, tablet to the internet and give service in hotels, houses, and open areas such as parks, etc.