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NetAlly Announces Cost-Effective Hardware-Based WiFi Surveying Solution, with Major Enhancements and Interoperability Across Product Ecosystem

“I’m really excited about what the engineers at NetAlly are doing,” exclaims Dan Jones, mobility consultant and industry influencer (@UKDanJones). “This new functionality for AirCheck G2 takes an already great product to the next level, particularly when combined with the Link-Live online platform which provides great flexibility for data sharing both internally and with clients. By extending its use from an on-site troubleshooting tool to something that gives all the data your senior engineers need to assess and remediate remotely is especially valuable in today’s work environment.”

– Dan Jones

NetAlly Announces New Distribution Agreement with SYNNEX Corporation

“We are excited to be expanding our distribution channel by adding SYNNEX to better serve our resellers that comprise our Alliance Partner Program. We can both look forward to expanding our market reach, especially alongside complementary vendors and products,” said NetAlly CEO Mike Parrottino

AirCheck G2™ Wireless Management Port

There are times when it is necessary to ship the AirCheck G2 out to a remote site to troubleshoot a wireless issue. By connecting the wired port on the side of the AirCheck G2 to the network and putting the unit into remote mode, it can be controlled using VNC. An even better configuration is to setup the AirCheck G2 to be remotely controlled wirelessly.

PoE Issues… How to Find and Avoid Common Problems

Today, PoE is powering many mission-critical devices, including VoIP systems, WiFi networks, surveillance systems, digital lighting, building access, IoT devices, digital signage, etc. As with bandwidth, PoE has also increased, evolving from 12W to 25W.

WiFi Connectivity Problems? Here is why…

As network professionals, we have all encountered, the dreaded WiFi-is-not-working complaints. You’re peacefully getting some work done at the office and then out of nowhere someone comes in and starts complaining about not being able to connect to the wireless network, about getting disconnected from the wireless network all the time, about not being able to connect to the internet, and so on. These are very common complaints, and all of them are very annoying since figuring out the root cause of these common wireless network problems can be very time-consuming and sometimes difficult.