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Measuring Client WiFi Health

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 3, 2018 4:05:27 PM / by Blog Team posted in WiFi Basics, WiFi Health

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Clients that use WiFi can experience a number of issues that can affect the speed and performance of a wireless network. Below, we have listed out a variety of simple tests that give users a basic look at client health. While additional tests may be needed to fully troubleshoot an issue, the following tests are a great starting point.

 

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BridgeChecker – Automatically Toggle Multiple Network Interfaces

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 12, 2018 2:07:29 PM / by Joe Stern posted in WiFi Health, Wireless Network, network interface

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With it’s simple yet immense utility, BridgeChecker software allows organizations a robust and easy to deploy endpoint security solution. Whether your organization is based in one office, multiple locations, or in-house plus a remote workforce, our software gives your already overwhelmed IT staff and not so tech savvy or perhaps even forgetful/extremely busy and on the go end users a much more relaxed and serene mindset knowing their desktop, laptop, etc. is running BridgeChecker

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WiFi Health Check Survey

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 17, 2017 10:57:12 AM / by Zaib Kaleem posted in Wireless, WiFi Scanning, Site Survey, WiFi Health

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Vital signs are measurements of the body's most basic functions. When a body is not performing well, vital signs, such as body temperature, pulse rate, respiration rate, and blood pressure, are used to monitor and detect potential medical problems.

Similarly, if your WiFi network is not performing well, the following “vital signs” can be checked to determine the health of a WiFi network.

  • Signal Coverage
  • Signal-to-Noise Ratio
  • Channel Overlap
  • Rogues and Interferers
  • Access Point Placement Optimization

 

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