It's not quite clear what you mean by "NIST controls" - NIST publishes
standards & guidelines, they don't regulate.
Now, if you're running a Federal data center, or one for a government
contractor - perhaps you're referring to "NIST Compliance" under FISMA
(the Federal Information Security Management Act) - which involves
compliance with a bunch of FIPS (Federal Information Processing
Standards). See https://csrc.nist.gov/topics/laws-and-regulations/laws/fisma
for some background.
Now if I had to guess - I expect that there are some security standards
that would prohibit placing an antenna inside a data center handling any
kind of sensitive or classified data.
If you have any systems, in the data center, that require security
certification & accreditation, I expect your accreditation authority
would be the person to talk to. Or your information security officer.
On 7/18/19 9:30 AM, Robert Webb wrote: > So I have a situation where I am trying to get LTE to an out of band
> router and there is no signal available in the data center. There was
> a booster setup purchased and I have a manager telling me that
> standards, industry and not local, prohibit the installation.
> He has yet to produce any documented industry standard so I thought I
> would reach out to see if anyone here has heard of this.
> We fall under NIST controls and I haven't found anything there and
> have also looked at TIA and not found anything.
> On Thu, Jul 18, 2019 at 9:09 AM Matt Harris <email@example.com
> <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 18, 2019 at 8:01 AM Robert Webb <email@example.com
> <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote:
> Anyone out there deal with data center design?
> Looking for any info available which provides guidelines on
> putting antennas, like LTE booster, in the data center.
> Not quite sure what you're looking for here Robert. As far as
> placing something like an LTE booster in a data center, you'd just
> use common sense (place it in the best possible place from a
> connectivity standpoint). Is this something you're considering in
> order to provide service to folks who run LTE backup connections
> on their gear (like serial concentrators)? Wireless/RF site
> surveys and how to do them effectively are pretty well-documented
> at this point.
> Or are you asking about roof access/deploying antennas on a
> rooftop safely/securely?
In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice.
In practice, there is. .... Yogi Berra
Theory is when you know everything but nothing works.
Practice is when everything works but no one knows why.
In our lab, theory and practice are combined:
nothing works and no one knows why. ... unknown