Automatically restart closed TCP sessions with ByteBlower Wireless Endpoints
Wi-Fi 6 is the newest standard for Wi-Fi networks – but are devices making full use of its capabilities? We tested a handful of Wi-Fi 6 devices to find out.
This blog post shows how to use the Dashing framework to build custom web-based dashboards to monitor the progress of ByteBlower traffic tests. With real-time graphs and gauges you can keep an eye on what's happening during your tests, regardless if you're running them from one or more test scripts or ByteBlower GUI instances.
Since 2015, Excentis has been inviting the world’s leading network equipment vendors to its headquarters once a year to test their DOCSIS® 3.1 products and demonstrate interoperability with other equipment. More than offering vendors a unique chance to test in a high-tech, vendor-neutral...
With Low Latency DOCSIS a hot topic, the Excentis team explored the effects of introducing latency to a Remote PHY setup. Find out what we learned.
Need a flexible NBASE-T test solution? As the need for bandwidth and network speeds explodes, 2018 saw an uptake of the multi-gigabit NBASE-T technology and the related 802.3bz standard. Are you working on equipment that supports 2.5 Gbps and 5 Gbps Ethernet? Or, do you have plans to offer multi-...
As leaves are falling and seasons are changing, we’re releasing a new version of our platform-independent ByteBlower® GUI, our software package used to control your ByteBlower testing processes. Based on great feedback from our users, we’ve enriched the 2.11 release with a number of useful and intuitive updates. Keep reading to discover what’s new.
Will the 5G standard ensure faster braking with self-driving cars? Explore the results of our real-life test at Excentis.
TCP Half-Close: a cool feature that is now broken