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What wireless security types are there?

Why do we have multiple wireless security types? Today, WiFi networks are either open with no protection or protected with one of four security types:

Bluetooth Data Logger Troubleshooting and Validation

Bluetooth (BT) data loggers need to connect to the network via a point of access so they can send data to servers, the cloud, apps, etc. They do this by communicating with a BT gateway (which in a way is like an AP) or a mobile device (phones, tablets, etc.).

Locate Rogue Devices

Locate unknown or rogue devices on your network using NetAlly’s AirCheck G3 or EtherScope nXG.

How to Pair an AirCheck G3 with a Test Accessory

If you’re looking to perform wireless network testing, pairing your AirCheck G3 with a test accessory is a crucial step. In this tutorial, we’ll guide you through the process of pairing your AirCheck G3 with a test accessory, so you can effectively troubleshoot your wireless network.

WiFi 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 WiFi Test radio scan while

Extending the Battery Life of an AirCheck G2

An easy way to extend the battery life of an AirCheck G2 by more than nine hours without having to spend time re-charging the internal battery or swapping batteries is by using an external battery pack like the XTPower MP-10000.

Periodic Auto Testing Feature

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.