Validate LAN Installations for Optimal Service Delivery
sponsored by Fluke Networks

Network installers have completed a new local area network segment. New cabling was installed to the appropriate work areas from the equipment closets. New switches and access points were installed, patched into the cabling plant and configured. How will the network perform? This newly installed network needs to be validated to prove the installation was done correctly, that the LAN will operate trouble-free, and that users will be satisfied with the performance.

This white paper discusses LAN validation – what it is, who benefits from this practice, and why it should be part of a network installer’s and network owner’s best practices. An overview of how to perform validation testing will also be covered.

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