What is nSight?

One of the three key highlight of WiNG 5.8 release is nSight - a new WLAN monitoring, visualization and troubleshooting support solution. I am currently demonstrating nSight as part on our WLN2018 next-gen WING5 class, and students seem to like it a lot. This post briefly outlines the key high-level ideas behind nSight. I'm planning... Continue Reading →

WLAN Channel Management F1 Style: Part 2 of 3

Part 2 of the mini-series. Today we will review the results and some details of the experiment. The University has an enterprise-grade WLAN from a Tier1 vendor. The overall amount of APs under test is 100 (plus up to 90 neighbouring APs not belonging to that network). They represent a portion of the bigger campus... Continue Reading →

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