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Use MOS Score to Troubleshoot Voice Over Wi-Fi

The quantitative assessment of the quality of Voice Over Wi-Fi communications is often measured by its MOS score (Mean Opinion Score). The MOS score ranks the quality based on a number in the range of 1 to 5. The original idea behind the MOS score was to take the mean average of all the individuals rating the quality of a test call. That soon changed, as modern network analyzers can calculate MOS ....Read more

The Physical Layer Matters

We are in the networking age of multi-gigabit wireless connections. Lightning-fast Wi-Fi technologies move data from one place to another, routing business-critical traffic at speeds never imagined. There is, however, a critical component to the system that network engineers of today often overlook: the physical layer. Wireless connections are carrying an unprecedented traffic load from one device....Read more

Different Ways to Tackle Remote Troubleshooting - Step 1

There are a few key challenges with respect to troubleshooting your remote site networks. The primary one being the profile of your on-site personnel. Lack of expertise at remote sites often results in travel by senior IT staff to gain the visibility needed to identify the root causes of problems. But, of course, travel is not an option in many cases. Your evaluation of the on-site support situati....Read more

Different Ways to Tackle Remote Troubleshooting – Step 2

There are a few key challenges with respect to troubleshooting your remote site networks. The primary one being the profile of your on-site personnel. Lack of expertise at remote sites often results in travel by senior IT staff to gain the visibility needed to identify the root causes of problems. But, of course, travel is not an option in many cases. Your evaluation of the on-site support situati....Read more

Different Ways to Tackle Remote Troubleshooting – Step 3

There are a few key challenges with respect to troubleshooting your remote site networks. The primary one being the profile of your on-site personnel. Lack of expertise at remote sites often results in travel by senior IT staff to gain the visibility needed to identify the root causes of problems. But, of course, travel is not an option in many cases. Your evaluation of the on-site support situati....Read more

The Most Common Reasons for Wi-Fi Roaming Problems

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 the performance drops drastically? Well, the reason for these issues you have encountered is problems with Wi-Fi roaming, which regretfully is one of the most common reasons for Wi-Fi connection and performance problems. After all, roaming behavior is h....Read more
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