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Zero configuration of an access point connecting to a mesh network

A client access point joins a wireless network over a wireless connection in order to allow stations access to the wireless network. To join, the client access point (having a wireless connection to a mesh network) receives a beacon frame with unique identifiers of authorized client access points from a... Meru Networks

Aggregated beacons for per station control of multiple stations across multiple access points in a wireless communication network

A technique for providing per station control of multiple stations in a wireless network across multiple access points. A look-up table that assigns a station connected to the access point and at least one communication parameter to each of a plurality of persistent, uniquely-assigned BSSIDs (Basic Service Set Identifiers) is... Meru Networks

Containing internet of things (iot) analytics poisoning on wireless local access networks (wlans)

An analytics containment system store RSSI values of connected stations and corresponding time stamps. If two or more stations have RSSI values within a certain proximity within a certain time period, a first condition for identifying analytics poisoning has been satisfied. Additionally, if RSSI values for the two or more... Meru Networks

Reliable call hand-off from cellular networks to wi-fi networks

Reliable call hand-offs from a cellular network to a Wi-Fi network. A hand-off controller detects a hand-off condition (e.g., hand-off request, potential/predicted hand-off request) and, in response, initiates a test call. For example, a telephone call made through a smart phone, using a cellular network (e.g., Verizon, AT&T or Sprint)... Meru Networks

Increasing probability of multicast transmissions in wlan

A network device detects a multicast video stream being from an upstream resource being sent to downstream multicast members. If the number of multicast members are below a threshold (e.g., 5 stations), multicast network packets can be converted to unicast network packets. On the other hand, if the number of... Meru Networks

Blocking communication between rogue devices on wireless local access networks (wlans)

Techniques which prevent rogue devices from continued access to a wireless communication system. A control element directs access points as to which mobile stations to service. Each access point maintains a record of the mobile stations it is servicing. At the direction of the control element, one or more access... Meru Networks

Selective key caching for fast roaming of wireless stations in communication networks

Authentication keys are selectively cached locally for faster roaming of wireless stations in a communication network. An attempt by a station to reassociate with an access point is detected. Responsive to identifying a key corresponding to the station as evidence of a previous association, the key is retrieved from the... Meru Networks

Optimization of mu-mimo beamforming in a wi-fi communication network based on mobility profiles

An access point associated on Wi-Fi portion of the communication network selectively groups stations according to a mobility profile. The mobility profile includes factors that characterize at least an amount of movement and current location for a station. Each station is assigned to a beamforming group of similar mobility profiles.... Meru Networks

Facilitating in-network content caching with a centrally coordinated data plane

Facilitating content caching in a local network by using software-defined network (SDN) controller to centrally coordinate data plane behavior. One or more packets forwarded from a component of the plurality of network components is received because no flow has been installed at the component to instruct on how to handle... Meru Networks

Extension of wi-fi services multicast to a subnet across a wi-fi network using software-defined network (sdn) to centrally control data plane behavior

Wi-Fi services multicast to a subnet in a software-defined network (SDN) are extended. An SDN controller centrally monitors a data plane of a Wi-Fi network. Advertisements for services within a first subnet by an advertising station are forwarded to the SDN controller. Parameters of the service of the advertising station... Meru Networks

Restricting control of an output resource advertising services openly over a wireless network for playing media

Restrictions to control of wireless resources shared openly on a wireless network for playing media are described. At a high-level, advertisement are broadcast for an openly shared resource service are restricted with respect to who, when and where control is permitted. A resource controller app can be implemented on a... Meru Networks

Deauthenticating and disassociating unauthorized access points with spoofed management frames

A spoofed management frame is sent to an unauthorized access point (AP) on behalf of a station from an authorized AP, using a media access control (MAC) address of the station. The spoofed frame triggers a security association (SA) query from an unauthorized AP to reestablish valid communications. An acknowledgment... Meru Networks

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