The android onboarding app for G-series sensors is now available on Google Play. The app helps you troubleshoot and onboard G-series sensors via bluetooth. You can download the app on Google Play. It is also available on the Apple Store.
We’ve enabled self-service of sensor management as part of simplifying the activation process and adding new sensors to your UXI account. During activation, or even at a later stage, you can now register a new device straight from the dashboard rather than contacting support or from a separate activation domain.
We’ve improved the webserver test template by making the TCP PING check optional. With this you can now configure the webserver test to only report HTTP GET times for the selected ports without running a ping. This is particularly useful if you have firewalls or webservers that block the TCP PING check.
We’ve changed the tool the sensor uses to measure ICMP PING and TCP PING. The results are the same or better, and this new tool gives greater flexibility as we plan for future product enhancements.
We are excited to announce that you can now integrate UXI sensors with Aruba Central on Prem! This API based integration lets you monitor a high-level summary of UXI alerts on the Central Network Health Dashboard.
The latest version of Wi-Fi Explorer Pro is not compatible with the sensor. After much deliberation, we have decided to remove Wi-Fi Explorer Pro integration from UXI October 31st 2021.
Your sensor supports several throughput tests, each having its strengths. LibreSpeed is a simple and powerful open-source tool that is ideal for situations where you want to self-host a speed test, measure upload and download speeds on multiple sensors concurrently, and mimic the user experience using standard web-based methods.
Web Application Testing using UXI sensors enables you to get a deeper understanding of web application performance from the end-user perspective. This feature lets you test applications interactively by customizing tests to business objectives. Web app tests are now out of Beta and available on your dashboard with enhanced troubleshooting and are also supported on basic proxy networks.
When managing large and distributed networks, it can be challenging to know where to focus your attention, especially when issues have a limited impact or are short lived. User Experience Insight AIOps can help you transform your operations by identifying the most critical issues that need attention before users complain. The first component of AIOps is Incident Detection.