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
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.
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
To be able to walk a facility once, and gather all that information is an incredible time-saver. I can’t think of any other solution that provides this kind of network visibility, all in the palm of your hand.
– George Stefanick, Mobility Solutions Architect at Active Expert
Hard to believe, but there are vendors out there calling their product a “network tester” when it can’t even link.
While there are other tester vendors offering similar capabilities, most are limited to layer 2-only Ethernet access link testing and cannot validate layer 3 enterprise switches and routers. NetAlly’s multifunction tools also features the IP layer line-rate Network Performance Test app, that can validate QoS and SLAs across your entire enterprise network end-to-end including routers – not just one access link and switch – at up to full line-rate 10Gbps.
– James Kahkoska, CTO, NetAlly
WiFi 6 introduces a lot of new functionality that is designed to improve wireless network efficiency and performance. This is great news, but how will
The floor plan(s) can be sent to any of the AirCheck G2 or EtherScope nXG units in the user’s organization.
NetAlly Announces Major Enhancements to AirMapper Ecosystem for More Efficient Workflows in WiFi Deployment and Validation
Team members can be miles apart and still work simultaneously on a single project, eliminating delays and unnecessary trips. Link-Live is the tool IT professionals have needed for a long time to help bring value to the business and their clients.
– Rowell Dionicio, WiFi consultant, Podcaster
The tremendous growth of interconnected devices in recent years – including the expanding deployment of IoT devices – has driven the need to rethink how