Network technicians are spending 48 to 58 per cent more time dealing with emerging wireless LAN and bring-your-own-device (BYOD) issues, according to a recent Fluke Networks customer survey, and more than 37 per cent report spending more time supporting VoIP when compared to two years ago.
OneTouch AT has been updated with key features to help meet these new challenges, including:
· BYOD Management: New automated Wi-Fi discovery capabilities (including 802.11ac devices) and Wi-Fi packet capture simplify smart device management and speed problem resolution.
· Network Performance Acceptance Testing – New wired and wireless performance tests automate the measurement and assessment of end-to-end path performance to prove that network projects were successfully completed and that the performance meets design objectives.
· Inline VoIP Analysis – New inline test provides visibility into IP phone initialisation and call control processes, and VoIP conversation quality to simplify troubleshooting of IP phone problems.
The OneTouch AT software update also includes a new Path Analysis test, a Multi-Port Statistics test, inline VoIP packet capture, and additional features for enhanced troubleshooting and management.
For further information visit: www.flukenetworks.com
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