Work From Home Assessment
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With more and more businesses looking to hire remote employees, or offer existing employees "at home" hours, it's important to ensure that the @home network service providers deliver consistent acceptable service levels. If critical bandwidth sensitive applications such as VoIP, collaboration conferencing and media applications essential to meet productivity goals fail, then the impact will be felt by all who participate including customers and suppliers too. Furthermore, to deliver value, any network assessment solution must not only address issues centric to geo-location, but also accommodate the impact of essential security layers, such as a VPNs, while providing the data for quick problem resolution. To quote a well know phrase, failure is not an option.
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Wireless connections are not guaranteed by providers so if possible test using a wired connection.
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Click the link below to download and install the testing plugin.
BCS download link
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Choose your nearest test location
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Choose number of calls to simulate
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Run the Test
Start Test
Please enter a value between 1 and 200 for simulated calls.
The test is initialising (0%)
This test is expected to take about 3 minutes depending on your connection, you can do other things while it is running.
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What is a VoIP assessment?
This test simulates a required number of concurrent VoIP calls from the test client computer to a geo-location in the world. The assessment validates that key measurements exceed the service levels defined for a good quality experience. This includes packet delay (jitter), packet loss and loss distribution, MOS, SIP-ALG interference and more.
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What is media capacity?
This test validates that a connection under test can deliver sufficient available bandwidth to ensure new VoIP/media application demand can coexist alongside all existing data/media traffic without breaking acceptable service levels.
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Your overall test result

Pass

The capacity test result is not a bandwidth measure. On the contrary, the capacity test process uses media packets up to a calculated limit only to assess that there is sufficient bandwidth to accommodate the extra media traffic demand expected without incurring penalties that will cause VoIP and collaboration applications to fail.

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