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  • As wireless networks and usage demands continue their explosive growth, management of and troubleshooting wireless issues demands a standard approach to assure high performance and get to the root cause of issues. In this webinar, Dan Klimke, NETSCOUT Product Manager, will discuss the interdependence between the wired and wireless networks and best practices for troubleshooting issues including:

    - 4 key elements of usage vs. performance
    - Managing a hybrid network (802.11x)
    - Device discovery
    - Infrastructure analysis

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  • Where does this cable go? You've all had this problem, or heard it from a colleague and it goes something like this:
    - I inherited a network mess
    - I don't know where anything goes and my cable is complete spaghetti
    - What's the best way to fix it?

    Sure, you can get some insight from software tools on your laptop, but what happens when you have to leave your desk to troubleshoot a problem?

    We've created a simple guide for when to use what tool in the network tech's arsenal. We'll cover things like:
    - The pros + cons of each option
    - The technical explanation for why it does/doesn't work
    - Recommendations for what to use for certain problems

    It's time to settle the issue. Join our CTO of Portable Network Test Solution and let's unravel your closet!
  • In this webinar hear why packet capture is the key to identifying problem domain – providing the ultimate truth about what is or is not happening in the network. Every network is ‘custom’ and the group that owns packet capture and analysis is the network team.

    Chris Greer will explain the importance of packet capture to modern network engineers and why they need to learn packets as well as own the proper tools to collect and understand packets.
  • Network Managers have a tall order in IT organizations today. Typically, they are tasked with two conflicting business directives:

    1. Deliver optimal end-user experience for networked applications
    2. Reduce the operational cost of the network, or reduce the IT budget

    But the knee jerk approach of “throwing bandwidth at the problem” while potentially improving end user experience, is hardly the answer to cost management and network optimization.

    In this webinar, we will discuss the challenges that result from the common approaches utilized today in capacity planning and, outline a new way, comprised of 4 actionable steps to optimizing the bandwidth you may already have.
  • In this webinar, we will discuss the challenges faced by network technicians when supporting remote locations. Topics that will be covered include:
    - Remote access
    - Network discovery
    - Packet capture and analysis
    - Device and service availability
    - On premise support by non IT staff
    - General network connectivity including PoE
  • Join us as Devin Akin cuts through the misinformation about Multi-User MIMO (MU-MIMO) technology. MU-MIMO is often considered to be the only interesting feature of 802.11ac Wave-2, but Devin will show why even MU-MIMO isn't nearly as interesting as we believe or are led to believe. This webinar will divide the facts between the “benefits” of the technology and wishful thinking. Join us to make sure you're armed with the factual details before you make your next WiFi infrastructure purchase.

    Devin Akin is the founder of Divergent Dynamics, a Wi-Fi Systems Integrator, Value-Added Reseller (VAR), and Training organization. Akin has over 20 years in IT, with 15 years in WLAN specifically, and was recently named to the TWW Top 100 Wireless Technology Experts list for 2014.
  • In this webinar, we will discuss the challenges faced by network technician when validating the performance of WiFi networks. You will learn how the NetScout OneTouch Network Assistant automates the execution of best practices to validate modern WiFi networks so that network technicians of various skill levels can easily do their job effectively and ensure WiFi network performance. Example of topics that you will learn:

    • Automate validate coverage from multiple APs
    • Identify roaming locations and issues
    • Verify performance that client can expect
  • During this webminar, you will learn the various network services that are essential to client’s ability to connect to the network. You will learn the best practices to verify the functionality of the service. We will discuss various issues that can result in clients not able to connect to the subnet, intranet or internet, and how NetScout’s solutions that can automate the verification and isolation issues relating to the services. Examples of topics that you will learn:

    • Various types of network services and how they work
    • How to detects and isolate duplicate/rogue DHCP service
    • DHCP & DNS issues and how to isolate to root cause
  • With a plethora of tools on the market for network monitoring and troubleshooting, it can be difficult to compare them against your needs.
    In Part 2 of this series, Mike Pennacchi, will review the key monitoring functions of the most frequently used solutions and how to identify gaps in visibility:

    - SNMP
    - Netflow
    - Packet analysis
    - Active Test
    - 2.5/5 GHz analysis

    Using this information, you will be better prepared to assess your network management needs and how to select the best tool set for those needs.
  • Radio Resource Management (RRM) is a feature that automates access point (AP) power and channel configuration. Most enterprise and mid-market Wi-Fi infrastructure providers have this feature, and Wi-Fi engineers are divided on whether or not RRM is beneficial and/or trustworthy, given the extremely diverse range of deployment models and RF environments. In today's market, network stability, dependability, and low TCO are paramount. This presentation takes a comprehensive look at RRM, providing attendees with both immediately useful and longer-term reference information.

    Join NetScout and Devin Akin as we deep-dive on this controversial topic.

    Devin Akin is the founder of Divergent Dynamics, a Wi-Fi Systems Integrator, Value-Added Reseller (VAR), and Training organization. Akin has over 20 years in IT, with 15 years in WLAN specifically, and was recently named to the TWW Top 100 Wireless Technology Experts list for 2014.

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