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Why you should deploy a new network name (SSID) for Wi-Fi 6/6E devices
Advantages of WPA3 for Wi-Fi Security This is the second blog in a series of Wi-Fi 6 and the new spectrum. Read blog 1; Designing
Designing for 6GHz Channels
Since the introduction of wireless to networking, the WLAN has been limited by one major factor: the radio spectrum. When Wi-Fi was first introduced, the
NetAlly Releases Private Edition of Link-Live™ Collaboration, Reporting and Analysis Platform
“Link-Live has evolved from a basic repository and reporting engine for test results from our instruments to an in-depth network analysis and management platform. The addition of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth site surveys, network topology mapping, in-depth analysis, and real-time collaboration tools has made Link-Live a key part of our customers’ network management arsenal, but one that could not be used by public cloud-averse organizations.”
– James Kahkoska, CTO at NetAlly
NetAlly Launches Industry’s First Handheld Analyzer for Wi-Fi 6/6E Testing
“I am amazed with the swift innovation from NetAlly to produce a handheld tool that prepares network engineers for the next-generation of Wi-Fi. I feel absolutely confident in understanding and validating the latest technologies and features brand-new to our industry using a tool like the EtherScope nXG.” – Rowell Dionicio
Managing Director at Packet6
Validate Internet Connection
Learn how to test and validate a new internet connection in the following video.
NetAlly Statement Concerning the Apache Log4j Vulnerability
No NetAlly products, websites, or portals are impacted by the “Log4j” security vulnerability (CVE-2021-44228).
NetAlly Releases InSites™ Intelligence for AirMapper™ Ecosystem
“InSites continues NetAlly’s mission of simplifying Wi-Fi site surveying for everyone by automating the analysis of coverage, SNR, interference, beacon overhead, and more.”
James Kahkoska, CTO NetAlly
Wi-Fi Topology Guide on the EtherScope
By utilizing both radios in the EtherScope, a complete network topology can be acquired even when untethered. Simply let the Wi-Fi Test radio scan while
Why Does the Performance Test Use UDP (Instead of TCP)?
A popular feature of the EtherScope nXG is the Network Performance Test. This allows the EtherScope to send simultaneous streams of test traffic to up to four remote endpoints.
Packet Capture: Getting into the Path of the Packets
Packets don’t lie. Network engineers have heard that statement for years. For the most part, it is true. When a device is placed properly in