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Part 2 of Ensuring Your Home WiFi is Ready for Work-From-Home
Three steps to help remote employees with their home WiFi
Learn about 3 big reasons your WiFi might be slow, and how you can take steps to keep your connection reliable and fast.
Learn how to choose a proper channel for your WiFi access point, in order to optimize network coverage.
This lesson will help you to understand WiFi signal strength and how it contributes to WiFi performance.
RSSI is one of the key indicators of WiFi performance. Learn about RSSI and how it impacts WiFi speeds.
Why you have slow WiFi in some areas and cant' even connect in other areas...
Many ISPs will rent you a modem/router combo box. You might want to upgrade to a better router.
Now that you know what changes you can make for faster WIFi, learn how change your router settings.
Learn how to steer your devices away from the oversaturated 2.4 GHz band whenever possible.
Not all WiFi devices are created equal, and sometimes the hardware itself is the limiting factor in your WiFi speed.
Learn how Wi-Spy + Chanalyzer helps you to improve your WiFi throughput and performance.
Learn how to use a packet capture to analyze the performance of your network and identify issues with Eye P.A.
See how professionals use WiFi tools to determine the best way to deploy a dual-band wireless network.
Learn how inSSIDer makes it easy to catch and troubleshoot frustrating WiFi roaming issues.
Avoid the security pitfalls of setting up your wireless network by choosing the right type of WiFi security.
Understand the trade-offs that each WiFi band has to offer, in order to ensure the best deployment for your site.
Devices talking at slower data rates will take longer to transmit data than devices talking at faster data rates.
ZigBee and WiFi channels both exist in the 2.4 GHz band. Be careful to make sure they don't interfere with each other!
Adjacent channel congestion is the most destrucive type of WiFi-based interference. Learn the reasons why.
Most transmitters make a unique shape. We can use these signatures to identify what kind of device is transmitting!
Learn how to detect and avoid this type of security vulnerability using AP aliasing.
Turn your facility’s WiFi into a temporary outdoor deployment using the gear you already have.