Instead of our usual face to face workshops, we're running a series of educational Webinars with NetAlly to help boost your knowledge. Each webinar lasts 30-40 mins, just follow the link to Register!
A common problem faced by Wi-Fi engineers is that they are often blind to what’s happening within their airspace. This situation arises because they typically only have access to a view from the perspective of their network or access point. When users complain about Wireless Network problems, Wi-Fi engineers need to get to the route-cause quickly, resolving the issue and meeting users’ expectations. In this webinar you will learn how the NetAlly solutions visualize and map the airspace and provide Wi-Fi connection and performance testing that maintain the performance and integrity of the Wi-Fi infrastructure.
Users often complain that an application, or “the network” is slow! Lack of detailed problem diagnosis can result in internal finger-pointing and blame-laying within the network, and other, IT teams preventing resolution of the problem. How can you test the performance of the network, what data provides the best view of what’s happening and how do you share this data with the appropriate teams to speed up MTTR? In this webinar you’ll learn the difference between network metrics such as line-rate and throughput, how to test for them, and how to implement a test regime that can uncover the critical network performance data to solve the problem, quickly and easily.
Wi-Fi network design has evolved from just being able to provide “coverage”, todays tools must provide the functionality for setting QoS metrics to demonstrate the “density” of Wi-Fi users. When you are designing a new deployment or upgrading to the newer standards (e.g.802.11ax/WiFi6), meeting your users’ expectations is critical. In this webinar you will learn how to plan your Wi-Fi network taking account equipment from multiple Access Point manufacturers.
With the normalisation of IoT technologies, the number of non-IT devices being connected to the network is increasing apace. The demand upon network teams to install, manage and secure these devices is increasing as each of them has their own set of network access requirements and dependencies. In this webinar you will earn how to discover what is actually present on your network, how to visualise the inter-connectivity of devices and understand how applications traverse the network.