How to Monitor your WiFi with Raspberry Pi

Tomorrow, August 29 at noon EDT, we’ll be hosting a webinar on how to monitor a WiFi network with Raspberry Pi. The goal of this webinar is to share what we’ve learned so that you can get up to speed and either implement your own custom WiFi monitoring solution, or just see what’s running under the hood of our network monitoring hardware. As you probably know, we have been using the Raspberry Pi single-board computer to monitor WiFi networks since 2015, when we launched our WiFi agent. Lots of expertise hasWiFi Raspberry Pi been developed after two years of development, customer deployments, and support tickets. Our customers range from universities, hospitals, and medium and large enterprises with several remote offices, sometimes worldwide.

Any network or wireless engineer that supports WiFi users will find this webinar to be pretty useful. Here’s the agenda we’ll be following in the webinar

  1. WiFi Monitoring
  2. Turn your Raspberry Pi into a WiFi Monitoring Sensor
  3. Requirements and Settings
  4. WiFi Monitoring with NetBeez
  5. WiFi Demo

Two important things that you should know when implementing WiFi monitoring from the client perspective, are how to configure the routing table of the agent as well as USB power ratings. Both topics will be covered in detail during the webinar, as well as a live demo. There’s still time to register here—make sure you join us tomorrow at noon.

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