Lee Badman of WiredNot comments:
When it comes to monitoring the performance of wireless networks. There really aren’t all that many options. You can run tests “on demand” to get a point-in-time view of how things feel to you in one specific location on the WLAN, but you have to be really careful what conclusions you draw from that simple exercise. Or, you might make use of the very cool product that is NetBeez for automated, ongoing, distributed performance monitoring.
NetBeez is doing some very interesting things with with their distributed platforms. I wonder where they’ll be headed next?
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