For manufacturers, ODMs, and chipset designers for enterprise edge and Wi-Fi systems, the pressure is great to provide powerful, high-performance routers and secure, reliable, site-wide Wi-Fi. For both direct sales and service provider deployments, you're faced with guaranteeing your products are robust and secure.
If you're developing or deploying these systems, you know that testing at every stage is critical to a quality customer experience and winning provider bids. These networks need to "just work", but testing is tedious and expensive - without the right tools.
If you're building a managed Wi-Fi system, your products need access to the cloud or other network resources in order to function properly. CDRouter's unique architecture lets your device access those resources while isolating test traffic - and lets you double check its behavior with logs and packet captures.
With an elegant web interface, robust API and thousands of test cases designed specifically for enterprise gateways and Wi-Fi networks, CDRouter is an indispensable tool for design, deployment, and regression testing.
Timothy Winters, QA Cafe’s Chief Technology Officer, is featured on APNIC, the Asia Pacific source of IP address distribution, with a blog post about Testing Transition Mechanisms in IPv6-Only Networks. What are the major roadblocks when testing IPv6 transition mechanisms?
In today’s security-focused world, every protocol is a potential attack point, even a protocol as old and localized as ARP.
Ensuring that DSCP based QoS works, and works well, when prioritizing video, voice, and other data is crucial to ensuring a quality end-user experience. Here’s a bit about DSCP and how you can test it on your products using CDRouter.