Ping is a protocol used to verify device availability, response time, and packet loss in a network by sending ICMP (Internet Control Messaging Protocol) Echo Request frames to an end network device and listening for the Echo Reply frames from the device. In other words, if the end device receives and returns the Ping, then you have connectivity to the device.
Packet drops and jitter can greatly reduce the quality of a Voice Over Wi-Fi call. When troubleshooting Voice Over Wi-Fi call quality issues the following
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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
Have you ever noticed how while standing in one place the Wi-Fi network works great, but while walking around the building you get disconnected or
Hard to believe, but there are vendors out there calling their product a “network tester” when it can’t even link.
The easiest way to find this information is to use a tool like the EtherScope nXG