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.).
The recent version 2.3 of the AirCheck™ G3, EtherScope® nXG, and LinkRunner® 10G software further improves network visibility by making it easier to identify Bluetooth or BLE devices, simplifying the task of locating WiFi client devices with AirMapper Site Survey, providing an easier way to import Authorization files, and much more!
More visibility for everyone! Bluetooth and BLE devices discovered while using the WiFi app are now visible under the Analysis tool in Link-Live.
For network engineers, keeping a network running smoothly is no easy task. There are many factors that can impact network performance, from physical components like
In the world of wireless networks, a WiFi spectrum analyzer is a crucial tool for understanding and optimizing WiFi networks. It allows you to visualize
“Both cyber and network professionals will benefit from CyberScope’s endpoint and network discovery, wireless security analysis, vulnerability assessment, and network segmentation and provisioning validation capabilities.”
– James Kahkoska, NetAlly CTO
Locate unknown or rogue devices on your network using NetAlly’s AirCheck G3 or EtherScope nXG.
This Link-Live Remote feature uses end-to-end encryption, allowing secure remote control of your tester.
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.
Even though the AirCheck G3 Pro does not include an integrated Ethernet port it provides multiple options for wired link testing.