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Network Tests

The Network tests option is used to test the reachability of an Instant On device. To perform a network test, you need to select a Source device on which the commands will be executed, and a Destination to be reached.

To run a network test on an Instant On device, follow these steps:

  1. Tap the Site Health banner () on the Instant On home page.
  2. Under Network tests, tap Run a connectivity test. The Connectivity screen is displayed.
  3. Under Source, select an Instant On device from the drop-down list.

    Only active devices of a site can be selected in this field. It could be a Switch or an AP.

  4. Under Destination, enter the hostname or IP address of the device to which the source device should connect.
  5. Tap Start connection test.

The table below shows the possible test results from the network tests:

Connectivity Rating

Roundtrip Time

Test Results Format

Good

All network tests passed with a latency of less than 150 milliseconds.

Line 1: Fast connectivity to <host / IP address>

Expandable row: More details

Fair

Some network tests passed with a latency between 150 and 400 milliseconds.

Line 1: Intermittent connectivity to IP address

Line 2: <IP address>

Line 3: Slow connectivity to <host / IP address>

Line 4: <hostname / IP address>

Expandable row: More details

Poor

Ping network passed with a latency greater than 400 milliseconds.

Line 1: Unable to reach IP address

Line 2: <IP address>

Line 3: Very slow connectivity to <host / IP address>

Line 4: <hostname / IP address>

Expandable row: More details

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