Enterprise Wi-Fi deployments have become mission critical. Mobile users are dependent upon a robust radio frequency (RF) connection between their mobile client device and the network infrastructure. Disconnects between the mobile client device and the network infrastructure are disruptive, and, because of the nature of the radio frequency signal, can be difficult to resolve. Frequently, disconnects perceived to be caused by inadequate radio frequency signal strength are due to radio signal interference, poor wireless network design, or faulty device driver performance.
Oberon's DOT11 Monitor is designed to permit fast, real-time assessment of RF connectivity between mobile devices and the infrastructure access point. The network administrator can preemptively determine if mobile connectivity issues are related to RF signal strength coverage or not. Version 1.1.1 shows graphing of clients roaming from AP to AP and multiple Clients connected to a single AP.
What's new in this version:
Version 1.1.1 shows graphing of clients roaming from AP to AP and multiple Clients connected to a single AP.