This is the third blog in a series on WiFi 6 and the new 6GHz spectrum. Read the other blogs as well: Designing for 6GHz
“I am amazed with the swift innovation from NetAlly to produce a handheld tool that prepares network engineers for the next-generation of WiFi. 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
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.
The easiest way to find this information is to use a tool like the EtherScope nXG
The tremendous growth of interconnected devices in recent years – including the expanding deployment of IoT devices – has driven the need to rethink how
Identify and mitigate interferers right the first time and you can spend your
time on the next issue rather than troubleshooting the last one.
Using the Periodic AutoTest feature of the EtherScope® nXG and the LinkRunner® 10G allows you to deploy the analyzer out to the problem location and monitor network resources over a period of time. Once you know exactly what is having problems and when it is having problems, it makes it much easy to get to the root of the problem.
The RF and Traffic Statistics section of the EtherScope™ nXG provides a per-channel view of the key WiFi statistics. Included in this is a graphical representation of the precent of retries observed by the EtherScope® nXG. The graph above shows the retries when running an iPerf test between an AirCheck™ G2 and a Test Accessory.
The Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) is a vendor-neutral protocol that is used to advertise capabilities and information about the device. Every one of the
Good wireless doesn’t just happen. Using tools such as the Roaming Test on the NetAlly AirCheck™ G2 helps you ensure you are providing the WiFi coverage required by your organization.
It seems that most network professionals tend to collect a wide variety of point tools for various purposes. From simple ping and port scanners to
Radio Resource Management (RRM) is a technology used by most access point vendors that simplifies WiFi network management by removing the need to manually assign