NetAlly EtherScope nXG Review

At Mobility Field Day 4, delegate Dave Benham was able to see NetAlly introduce their EtherScope nXG network analyzer. He’s been itching to get his hands on one and was able to do so recently! Writing on his blog, Dave gives us the full rundown on the EtherScope nXG including reviews on its connectivity, auto tests, and his general impressions. Head over to his blog for the full review!


NetAlly AirCheck G2 Wall Mount Charging Caddy

Jonathan Davis, one of our twelve delegates who attended Mobility Field Day earlier this year, had the opportunity to see NetAlly present. Jonathan writes that every time he sees NetAlly present, he seems to find more and more value in his NetAlly AirCheck G2! In order to keep it nearby and well charged, Jonathan designed a Charging Caddy for his Aircheck G2! Check out the post on his blog for all the details, including the design to 3D print your own. Jonathan, we’ll be reaching out to you for all our designing needs from now on! We’re looking forward to NetAlly’s next presentation at a Tech Field Day event soon.


Modernizing AirMagnet With NetAlly

At Mobility Field Day, “The Networking Nerd” Tom Hollingsworth was excited to see that NetAlly has been able to make AirMagnet relevant and new again with their latest update. He writes that they’ve brought AirMagnet back with new features for our modern wireless networks including the ability to import data from AirCheck and EtherScope. Check out Tom’s perspective on GestaltIT.com or the NetAlly presentation highlighting AirMagnet Survey PRO on the Tech Field Day website.


Coffee Hour – Mobility Field Day 5

Rowell Dionicio and François Vergès over at the Clear to Send podcast recently previewed what to expect at Mobility Field Day. They were particularly interested to see VMware as a presenting company and can’t wait to hear what they’ll be discussing. They also look at some of the delegates attending to the event, note the increased importance of wireless security within the voices around the table, and how the virtual event is changing who can be a delegate.


Testing the Whole System With NetAlly EtherScope nXG

Does your troubleshooting toolkit have a lot of unitasking devices? What if you could replace them with something that does all the work you could want? And what if that device was green? Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at NetAlly’s EtherScope nXG to see how it can help fix your wired and wireless network in one shiny new package. The company went into some detail on the device at Mobility Field Day, after you check out Tom’s post, be sure to watch their entire presentation video.


NetAlly EtherScopre nXG Hands-On

Haydn Andrews got his hands on the NetAlly EtherScope nXG, something that was teased by the company at Mobility Field Day. He runs through the capabilities of this new device and where it fits into the network engineer’s toolkit.


188 | the New netAlly Product Portfolio With Dan Klimke

In this episode of the Wireless LAN Professionals podcast, Keith Parsons talks with NetAlly’s Dan Klimke. They discuss the company’s launch and product portfolio, which was on display at their Mobility Field Day presentation earlier this year.


One of the Coolest Features of the netAlly EtherScope nXG Is Being Able to Charge It via PoE

Tim Dennehy heard from NetAlly at Mobility Field Day. In this post, he looks at their latest tool, the EtherScope nXG. He runs down all of the feature of this network troubleshooting tool, including that it can be powered over PoE.


WLAN Toolmakers Are Going All in on the Cloud

In this post, Lee Badman looks at how the WLAN industry is embracing the cloud. He saw no better example of that than what he saw from MetaGeek and NetAlly at Mobility Field Day. Both companies are proving that adding in cloud capabilities can add real value to customers. To get the full analysis, be sure to check out Lee’s piece.


NetAlly EtherScope nXG Pics

Lee Badman previously introduced NetAlly’s EtherScope nXG. He’s been testing out this exciting new wireless analysis tool, and in this post, shares some screen shots of its functionality and layout. If you’re curious to see it in action, give this post a look.


NetAlly Unleashes the Right Tester, at the Right Time: EtherScope nXG

At Mobility Field Day, Lee Badman got a sneak peak at the Etherscope nXG. In this piece, he digs into why this tool is arriving at just the right time. Lee was a little skeptical of the claim that it was a “Portable Network Expert”, but the Etherscope nXG lives up to the hype.


NetAlly’s AirCheck G2 Gets a Facelift With Version 4.0 Firmware

Tim Dennehy got a look at the latest firmware for the esteemed AirCheck G2 at Mobility Field Day. This came during NetAlly’s presentation, the company to come out of Netscout spinning off their tooling business. He walks through the installation process and some of the new features, including 802.11ax visibility, a utilization graph for 802.11 and non-802.11 traffic, and uploading of iPerf test results.


So the MFD4 Secret Company Is NetAlly

Haydn Andrews experienced a sense of anticipation approaching Mobility Field Day familiar to many a delegate, who is the mysterious Secret Company? At that event, it was revealed to be NetAlly. While a new company by name, NetAlly was spun out of the tooling division of NetScout, with a set of respected solutions for the Field Day community.


NetAlly- A Familiar Line of Networks Tools Reborn

NetAlly was a new presenter at Mobility Field Day, but gave updates on some familiar tools to the delegates. The company was spun-off of NetScout’s tool portfolio. In this post, Lee Badman gives an overview of their latest updates.


CTS 182: Mobility Field Day 4 – An Overview

Francois Verges was one of several new faces that attended Mobility Field Day earlier this week. He recently spoke to Rowell Dionicio on an episode of the Clear to Send podcast. Francois recapped the Mobility Field Day Experience and what he thought of the presentations. Be sure to listen as a preview before diving into the full presentation video.


Welcoming netAlly

Many a Field Day event feature the mysterious Secret Company prior to the actual event. For Mobility Field Day, the Secret Company turned out to be netAlly, which was spun out of the network tooling division of Netscout. In this post Scott Lester introduces the new company, which combines a familiar management team with a strong product portfolio and history.


Say Hello to NetAlly- A New Old Friend

The secret company is one of the most anticipated parts of a future Field Day event. Mobility Field Day was no exception. But now the cat is out of the bag, and we know that the newly spun off NetAlly will be a presenter. Lee Badman looks at what this new, more focused, company with an extensive analysis and tools portfolio might present.