The session will cover aspects of client power saving mechanisms ranging from DTIM, PS-Poll methods, and listen to intervals to advanced topics like WNM-Sleep mode. Packet captures (or images of captures) will be presented showing behaviors of various clients. The discussion will center around the impact of power saving mechanisms on traffic flow and management operations.
Mark Williams has worked as an IT professional for over 25 years. He started this journey as a teaching assistant at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute while pursuing his Master’s. Over the years, he has performed roles as a systems integrator, network engineer, UC specialist, and even a DBA. His trek into wireless began while he served as a Senior Network Engineer at Los Rios Community College in California. Mark currently works for Sutter Health.