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Friday, Dec 15, 2017

Network Troubleshooting with Aerohive Hivemanager NG and CloudShark

Watch our in-depth video If you deploy Aerohive devices in your network, solving problems using network captures will get it done faster. Aerohive’s integration with CloudShark makes it easy to actually work with real network traces. Watch our in-depth seminar above on how to solve a real-world problem using HiveManger NG and CloudShark. If you’re brand new, you can read the basics of how to set up your Aerohive system with CloudShark.

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Monday, Jul 24, 2017

Examining Network Delay with Wireless Retries

Ever since the folks at Aerohive decided to integrate HiveManger NG with CloudShark, we’ve been excited to play around see what exactly we can learn from looking at packet captures from wireless networks. So, naturally, our CloudShark dev and support guru Tom was happy to jump on it when we got some of their Access Points here at CloudShark. Our network is a bit tricky, since our sister product CDRouter is busy testing all sorts of broadband routers and wireless APs with their networks on, so he brought it out of the noise and tested it at home for a night.

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Thursday, Jul 6, 2017

Learning how to Troubleshoot WiFi

Now that we have our new Aerohive APs in our office, we’ve been excited to learn more about wireless troubleshooting and debugging. The built-in packet capture feature in HiveManager NG makes getting traces into CloudShark for analysis really easy. Now that we have the traces, what do we do with them? We wanted to put together a list of some of the resources that have helped us get started learning about the 802.

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Thursday, Jun 29, 2017

What can I do with my Aerohive captures once they are in CloudShark?

By now you’ve signed up for a CloudShark account and probably pushed your first capture from HiveManager NG into your repository. Where do you go from here? What sort of things should you be looking for? What exactly have I captured? A packet capture file sourced from your Aerohive device contains a record of all network traffic that passed through the interface you chose when doing your capture. In HiveManager NG, if you have captured on a WLAN interface, this will be 802.

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