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3 New Features for EnGenius Cloud-Based Network Management

The new features enhance management and troubleshooting of wireless networks.

Lynn Haber

April 16, 2020

2 Min Read
New Features

EnGenius Technologies today announced three new features for its EnGenius cloud-based network management platform. The wireless networking company introduced EnGenius Cloud in April 2019.

The new features enhance management and troubleshooting of wireless networks. The features include a new client timeline, splash page customization tools and a client blocklist.

The serverless EnGenius Cloud uses AI to manage wireless networks for SMBs and enterprises. It features function-as-a-service (FaaS), security and high reliability. EnGenius Cloud also supports 100,000 devices per account.

“EnGenius Cloud elevates our company above the competition and completes our network management solutions,” said Eric Chen, director of product line management at EnGenius, at the time of the product announcement. “Our team’s hard work and dedication over the years made it possible to develop a subscription-free network management solution. It offers practical insights able to meet the complex and demanding needs of SMBs wanting to take advantage of the convenience offered by the latest technology. The long-awaited EnGenius Cloud solution is the foundation that we needed to continue paving the way of wireless networking management for small and medium-size businesses.”

The New Features

The new Client Timeline feature creates a visualization of device connection history. This assists network managers in finding potential issues faster. The client timeline creates an interface that tracks client connection histories and insights into client behavior. Administrators can detect connection patterns, radio information and wireless problems with graphical representations. The time-based client connection sequence simplifies troubleshooting and recommends possible solutions for common problems.

EnGenius offers customization tools with increased flexibility to meet customer requirements. Users can customize the splash page using premade templates, logos and images. There’s also a WYSIWYG editor for inserting custom HTML.

The third new feature is the client blocklist. This lets network administrators block rogue client devices from accessing specific SSIDs. The client blocklist feature enables administrators to deny client devices with suspicious activity from accessing the network. This can be done for specific SSIDs by selecting client devices or by manually entering in the device’s MAC address.

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Lynn Haber

Content Director Lynn Haber follows channel news from partners, vendors, distributors and industry watchers. If I miss some coverage, don’t hesitate to email me and pass it along. Always up for chatting with partners. Say hi if you see me at a conference!

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