WiFi Monitoring

Identify WiFi Issues Before Users Notice Them

Enhance performance and uptime with a new generation of sensors

Collect real-time network connectivity and performance data with WiFi sensors that enable faster root cause analysis than many traditional monitoring solutions.

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WiFi Monitoring: Performance

WiFi Analytics from the Client Perspective

Wireless engineers can retrieve real-time and historical data for the following metrics:

  • Measure latency, packet loss, and network speed in real-time
  • WiFi connection timing: Association, authentication and DHCP
  • Signal strength and link quality from the client’s perspective
  • Associated band, channel and BSSID and bit rate established
  • Run remote SSID scans to detect locally broadcasting networks
  • Support for open, pre-shared, and EAP/802.1x authentication
  • Support for multiple SSIDs thanks to SSID hopping

NetBeez WiFi Specs and Features

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How to Monitor a WiFi Network from the Client's Perspective

WiFi Sensor

NetBeez WiFi sensors have the same characteristics of Ethernet sensors with the addition of 802.11ac cards that enable monitoring on any WiFi network. As result, NetBeez compares wired and wireless network performance, and reduce time to resolution of complex wireless issues.

WiFi Monitoring Use Cases

Monitoring a WiFi network with NetBeez sensors provides many benefits, including quick outage detection and reduced troubleshooting time. WiFi engineers have identified five mean reasons where WiFi monitoring sensors helped them saved time and resources:

1. Prove that it’s NOT the network with real data
2. Detect high latency and packet loss
3. Test the WiFi service after configuration changes
4. Run network speed tests in high-density areas
5. Tune transmit power adjustment algorithms

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Increase Performance and Availability with a New Approach to Network Monitoring