For something we rely on everyday, Wi‑Fi is unreliable. There are three main causes of Wi‑Fi interference: Co-Channel, Overlapping channel, and Non Wi‑Fi interference. inSSIDer Office allows you to get an inSSIDer view of your ecosystem to see what's causing the problem.
How do you fix something you can’t see? inSSIDer Office displays detailed information about your network so you can see what the problem is and fix it.
inSSIDer Office is a Wi‑Fi optimization and troubleshooting tool that takes the guesswork out of channel selection. Using your existing Wi‑Fi adapter and the included USB Wi-Spy spectrum analyzer, inSSIDer Office creates an intuitive visualization of your Wi‑Fi environment. With the included Wi-Spy Mini Spectrum Analyzer you can see non-Wi‑Fi interference in the 2.4GHz band to avoid co-channel and overlapping channel interference.
Not a Wi‑Fi Expert? Not a problem. With just a few clicks you can get channel recommendations as well as expert advice so you can create a reliable network in minutes. Our new configuration and security warnings will suggest the optimal settings to improve the overall health of your Wi‑Fi network.
Have more than one AP? Look at your network at a logical ESSID level, or by individual radio in the Physical grouping view. With new features like network drill down and the ability to alias your AP’s radios with a new name, you can see the information you need at a glance.
In addition to the channel-by-channel Wi‑Fi & RF statistics in the Channels view, inSSIDer Office's channel recommendation algorithm has been redesigned to handle multiple radios within the same network, making channel planning on a multi-AP network simple and accurate.
inSSIDer Office supports Wi-Spy DBx for 2.4 and 5GHz spectrum analysis. See the utilization on each channel and know if non-Wi‑Fi interference is destroying your signal!
"inSSIDer Office helps us to easily get an overview and figure out which changes to do on the Wi‑Fi
configuration to restore better performance."
"inSSIDer Office was able to help determine the traffic congestion and offer options for resolution."