Wi-Fi Alliance® has introduced three new enhancements to security of Wi-Fi, namely WPA3, Enhanced Open and Easy Connect.
You can tell how long someone has been troubleshooting networks by the length of their arms. Orangutans like me have been doing it a long, long time. I started with a sewing machine sized Network General luggable that I carried around the world. Now I have to stand up very straight to keep my knuckles from dragging on the ground.
Mojo’s Cognitive WiFi platform - Aware, saves network engineers from having to have shirts specially made because it includes Auto Packet Capture.
Every wireless troubleshooting story starts with a user complaint: “There’s a problem with the WiFi.” (Although sometimes the complaint is in more colorful language.) Here’s how we easily solved one issue using Mojo Packets, our online troubleshooting tool (formerly called WizShark), and busted the myth that stationary clients don’t roam.
Hello Mojo world! Today I am psyched to announce yet another amazing release of the Mojo cloud managed platform and, as always, I want to take some time to share the highlights. We’re making a big jump forward as we introduce Mojo Wireless Manager 8.0 and setting the stage for an exciting year of change. We want you to have the accurate, in-depth analytics and automated processes needed to effectively monitor and troubleshoot your network.
AirTight offered early beta access to WizShark, our visual WiFi troubleshooting tool in cloud, and since then it has been a fun ride for the team. It was heartening to see a number of WiFi professionals taking interest in the tool and appreciating its graphical representation of packet captures. Of course, the positive feedback was accompanied with, as expected, feature requests!
WizShark is changing Wi-Fi troubleshooting for the better. This tool is now open, register for a risk free trial account.
At Interop in Las Vegas, a Wireless Field Day delegate and all around wireless guru George Stefanick presented “The Wireless Engineer’s Essential Toolkit” and covered everything you could need to properly deploy, maintain, and troubleshoot a WLAN. George took extra time to emphasize how important it is to quickly get the information needed to diagnose an issue. The attendees were engaged and afterwards the conversations continued in the hallways. It’s clear that people want to know how to use the tools of the trade but not everyone has the time to learn such specific tools (I know I didn’t when I was the resident networking jack-of-all-trades).