When an organization moves to the cloud, IT still needs to monitor, troubleshoot, and maximize ROI. Join VIAVI and Ixia to learn the critical steps to bring the same calibre of visibility, control, and understanding of performance you enjoy with on-premises architectures – to the cloud.
Wi-Fi Network Upgrade Approach: Rip and Replace vs Re-Design
Thursday 18th January 17:00 - 17:45 GMT
Newer access points can offer greater speeds and improved technology. When replacing the older APs, you need to take into consideration more than just the hardware refresh. This is a good time to look and the changing needs of the network and your client devices.
How to Create Templates to Automate Ekahau Reporting
Thursday 25th January 17:00 - 17:45 GMT
Did you know that there is an alternative to using the “one click” reporting option that requires you to manipulate a significant amount of data manually to aggregate and present your Wi-Fi network report findings?
Join this webinar to learn tips to help you automate predictive design, network health, remediation reports, etc. in a timely manner to help manage your Wi-Fi network (and your time) more efficiently.
How to Mitigate the Effects of Co-Channel Interference
Thursday 8th February 17:00 - 17:45 GMT
Co-Channel interference (CCI) is nothing more than increased contention. Having too many devices on the same channel in the same area can result in reduced throughput. Many people believe this is caused by neighbouring APs on the same channel. That is true; however, the largest source of CCI is client devices, not the APs.
Join this webinar to learn how to detect CCI at the Enterprise level and how you can design your network to reduce it.
Using Spectrum Analysis to Identify and Troubleshoot Wi-Fi Issues
Thursday 15th February 17:00 - 17:45 GMT
Layer One noise will cause a downgrade in wireless network performance. Although you may have identified and designed around these during your site survey and predictive design, new sources of interference may have found their way into your airspace and could be disrupting your network. Spectrum analysis can be used to locate these new problems and assist you in developing a plan to improve network performance in the presence of the new challenges.
We asked a graduate of the Ekahau Certified Survey Engineer (ECSE) training course what he wanted to get out of the course, what he learnt and how it will help in the real world, and who would benefit most from attending.