LAN Monitoring and WiFi Monitoring

Gain end-to-end insights into local and remote user connectivity to critical applications.

WiFi and LAN Monitoring

Understanding the end-to-end service delivery of your critical applications—down to the last mile and foot—is time critical to pinpointing issues, ensuring a great user experience and maximizing security. Many internal dependencies, such as WiFi performance and network device health can impact application, computer and networking performance. Traditional WiFi bandwidth monitors and LAN bandwidth monitors do not have the visibility using available stand-alone tools to see across both local and wireless networks.

Can WiFi be monitored? ThousandEyes provides deep visibility into application delivery among devices connected to your LAN, WAN and over the Internet. Within your LAN (or mobile user networks), you can utilize wired and WiFi performance metrics from Endpoint Agents on user devices to quickly find faults with network links, access points, gateways and proxies. You can also get automatically alerted to wired and wireless LAN performance and quickly correlate to impacted users and services.

Enterprise Agents can be used to auto-discover your network topology, gather device health metrics and monitor wireless access points, firewalls, routers, and switches. Collected data from your environment is then easily summarized to show top performance indicators across groups of users, applications and branch offices for LAN and WiFi devices.

Why ThousandEyes?

Detect WiFi Issues for Local and Remote Users

Monitor WiFi signal strength, loss and speed to narrow down connectivity issues by access points, BSSIDs or SSIDs.

Accurately Pinpoint Access Issues

Measure loss and latency across proxies and gateways that will identify problems with network coverage, congestion or device faults.

Monitor Network Device Health

Get new windows of visibility into and between network devices critical to your business, and determine whether device faults are impacting application performance and user experience.