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5 Steps to Resolve Wi-Fi Client Issues

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  IT managers that operate significant Wi-Fi networks have come to understand this maxim – the majority of Wi-Fi issues are client problems. The percentage is up for debate – some will say 60%, some 75%, and some 80%. The end users may have old (or new) software or adapters, their laptop may be full […]

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Performance management systems have existed for wired networks for years. Think of OpenView or SolarWinds. However, WLAN performance management has been ad hoc with a variety of instruments and tools kept in drawers and on shelves.  They eagerly await the next complaint, reacting to the situation from the inside-out. But wireless networks are dynamic systems […]

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  When people ask your advice on specs when purchasing their own laptop for work or home, you probably give them some minimum requirements for CPU, memory and disk space. You might also tell them about screen size and resolution. But are you failing your comrade by neglecting to mention minimum Wi-Fi requirements? It’s not […]

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