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  • Troubleshooting Wireless Issues Troubleshooting Wireless Issues Chris Greer, a Network Analyst for Packet Pioneer LLC Recorded: Aug 17 2016 27 mins
    Most network engineers have a love/hate relationship with wireless. This amazing technology has enabled them to provide end-user connectivity to the far reaches of their physical environments, while keeping up with the demand brought on by BYOD. However, device-laden bandwidth-hungry users have required a whole new wireless environment in many buildings, forcing engineers to step up their wireless knowledge and skills.

    In this webinar, we will discuss:

    • Common challenges with wireless
    • Where to start when troubleshooting
    • What tools are required

    We will also show how all wireless eventually ends up in a wire, and how to know which technology is to blame when a performance problem strikes.

    This webinar welcomes all wireless skill levels.
  • Troubleshooting VoIP issues in today’s Access Networks Troubleshooting VoIP issues in today’s Access Networks Vincent Choi Recorded: Aug 17 2016 50 mins
    Troubleshooting VoIP issues in today’s Access Networks Voice over IP has been used for a number of years. Advanced encoding scheme, availability of bandwidth over the internet and mobile network has allowed adoption of VoiP in place of analog phone in many businesses large and small. However, most users experience still experience bad connection that ends with single ended voice, choppy voice and often requires reconnection to resolve, just having the same problem resurface several calls later. Is this something that we must endure or there is a ways to resolve the problem once and for all? This seminar explore the challenges faced by network professional responsible for the access network and offer suggestion on how best to isolate and resolve the issues.

    The seminar will cover the following topics:

    • VoIP in today’s Access Networks
    • Typical problems & challenges
    • Best practice in isolating problems
    • How NETSCOUT’s solution
  • Live Demo of OptiView XG Live Demo of OptiView XG Tony Fortunato, Senior Network Performance Specialist with The Technology Firm Recorded: Aug 2 2016 57 mins
    Troubleshooting performance problems in today’s networks is only getting more complex:

    • Growth of 10G links with limited visibility
    • Increasing demands on wireless networks
    • Complex infrastructure with outdated documentation

    Last thing you need are hard-to-use tools that are complex in themselves or require extensive training before you can effectively use them.

    Please join us for a free webinar where Tony Fortunato will talk about these issues and present a live demo of the OptiView® XG Network Analysis Tablet.

    XG expedites network performance problem solving by automating root cause analysis and providing guided troubleshooting to address problem areas - anywhere on the network – wired or wireless.
  • Is 2.4GHz Dead? You decide. Is 2.4GHz Dead? You decide. Devin Akin, CEO, Divergent Dynamics Recorded: Jul 28 2016 41 mins
    The 2.4GHz ISM band has been the foundation of Wireless LAN technology for nearly two decades. With few exceptions, the 2.4GHz band is nearly (or completely) saturated with Wi-Fi and modulated and unmodulated interference sources almost everywhere. It’s for this reason that regulatory authorities like the FCC have begun making more spectrum available in the 5GHz UNII bands. If the myriad of respected analyst firms, who are all predicting the same 30+ billion always-connected devices by 2020, are correct then the 2.4GHz band will go from merely saturated to completely unusable in a very short time. Phenomena like BYOD and IoT will force Wi-Fi connectivity in homes and enterprises to move to 5GHz bands for a reasonable user experience.
  • Best Habits for Network Management: Validation & Documentation Best Habits for Network Management: Validation & Documentation Mike Pennacchi, Network Protocol Specialists Recorded: Jul 27 2016 30 mins
    The best network management teams have 7 habits in common. In this webinar, Mike Pennacchi of Network Protocol Specialists, will share 2 of the practices that separate the good from the great including:
    -What keeps people from documenting and validating
    -The risks and drawbacks of not doing these tasks
    -What should be included in documentation
    -Simplify these tasks using an OptiView XG
    Stop saying ‘we should’ and go from good to great!
  • The Problems with PoE and How to Solve Them The Problems with PoE and How to Solve Them Bai Qing Recorded: Jul 26 2016 42 mins
    Power over Ethernet (PoE) simplifies and reduces installation costs as only one cable needs to be installed, supplying both data and power. This can be useful in older buildings where it’s not easy to install additional power for powering devices that may be ceiling or wall mounted, such as cameras and wireless access points. Devices that typically use PoE are security cameras, access points, and VoIP phones. Join this session and learn best practices for configuration and setup of PoE as well as how to troubleshoot the most common problems you might run into.
  • Eliminate Wi-Fi Interference – The Monkey on Your Back! Eliminate Wi-Fi Interference – The Monkey on Your Back! Bai Qing Recorded: Jul 26 2016 41 mins
    Wireless Interference can be the monkey on your back. Without the right tools you could spend hours troubleshooting to no avail. Learn what kind of interference is out there and some tricks of the trade to track down the root cause. Join this session and be armed with best practices around wireless interference.
  • The 6 worst network problems, and how to troubleshoot them. The 6 worst network problems, and how to troubleshoot them. Ray Feldman - Systems Engineer, NETSCOUT Recorded: Jul 13 2016 58 mins
    Over 50% of problems that IT professionals troubleshoot end up not being network issues. User error, PC configurations, and service provider problems are just a few root causes that might result in a trouble ticket. The average trouble ticket might take up to 4 hours to troubleshoot, and we can help you do it faster.

    Attend this webinar and you'll learn how standardization in testing can help solve many common problems in less than an hour.
  • The New NETSCOUT The New NETSCOUT Tom Raimondi Jr. | V.P. Enterprise Business Operations & Ray Krug | Solutions Engineer Recorded: Jun 29 2016 43 mins
    RESCHEDULED.
    Previously on June 8 at 11AM PST and IS NOW on June 29th at 11AM PST. Our apologies for any inconvenience.


    Check out the expanded set of solutions from NETSCOUT to monitor your entire network. Troubleshooting, monitoring, packet analysis, wired and wireless issues, cloud visibility and more. IT and Network Operations are responsible for a wide range of issues and with the addition of new solutions, NETSCOUT can help you manage all of them.

    Join us on this webinar for an overview of the solutions with emphasis on how each plays a part in monitoring your entire network.

    Application and Network Performance Monitoring
    UC&C Monitoring
    Wired and Wireless Troubleshooting

    Live online Jun 29 11:00am United States - Pacific
    or after on demand
    60 mins

    Presented by
    Tom Raimondi Jr. | V.P. Enterprise Business Operations & Ray Krug | Solutions Engineer
  • How to Select a Security Visibility Solution How to Select a Security Visibility Solution Ksenia Coffman Recorded: Jun 28 2016 23 mins
    In this webinar, we will discuss the key questions to ask potential vendors when evaluating a security visibility solution. During the webinar, we will cover:

    •How to formulate your requirements when designing a packet flow architecture for security
    •What are the key criteria that a security visibility solution must meet
    •What are the differences between designing for active vs passive security

    Join Ksenia Coffman, Product Manager at NETSCOUT, to learn more about how to accelerate your security infrastructure.

    Date: June 28, 2016
    Time: 11:00 am PT
    2:00 pm ET

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