iPhone may be disrupting the cisco based wireless network

On Duke's wireless network and iPhones

Duke University Office of Information Technology engineers have detected a series of wireless-network disruptions. They have reported nine such episodes since the problem was discovered late last week. Each event lasted no longer than 10 minutes and most users would have noticed no difference in their wireless service, though disruptions may have caused access delays or sluggish internet performance for isolated users.

Technicians have tracked the source of the disruption to people whose iPhones are registered to access Duke’s wireless network but cannot attribute the cause of the disruptions to the devices and are working with colleagues from Apple, makers of the iPhone, and Cisco, the vendor for Duke’s network equipment, to pinpoint the cause of the problem.

Their investigation continues. OIT will update this report as new information becomes available.
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