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Focus on the Fluke Microscanner POE

Focus on the Fluke Microscanner POE

Fluke Networks Microscanner POE are now available on networktesters.co.uk.  With a choice of the MS - POE and MS - POE-KIT these fast, reliable cable testers from Fluke Networks are quickly becoming one of our top products.  Find out why....

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Christmas Opening Hours & Delivery Times

Christmas Opening Hours & Delivery Times

Network Testers will be shut between the 24th December 2018 and the 1st January 2019. Any orders placed during this period will not be actioned until the 2nd January 2019.

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What is Gold Product Support?

What is Gold Product Support?

Fluke Networks’ Gold Support is our comprehensive support and maintenance program that offers expanded coverage for Fluke Networks’ products and accessories. It provides a premium level of support to minimise business downtime and ensure a high return on investment. Gold Support members enjoy the following: Software/firmware upgrades Your product will never be out of date. You'll receive access to all software upgrades giving you the latest functionality, improving technical efficiency and troubleshooting.  Upgrades also include Management Information Base (MIB) library updates for applicable products.  Unlimited 24x7 technical support Extended the expertise of your staff.  Gold support includes priority access to...

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2018 Opening Date & Delivery Dates

Make sure you know when to expect your deliveries and when we'll be around to take orders over the Christmas period.We've detailed all the information you should need below, but if you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact one of our dedicated account managers.Christmas Opening Hours Network Testers will be shutting down between the 25th December 2017  and the 1st January 2018.  We'll be open as usual from the 2nd January 2018. Christmas Delivery Dates by Service Domestic Courier/Pallet Deliveries  Service Last Collection Expected Delivery* Next Day Delivery 21st December 2017 22nd December 2017 Scottish Highlands 20th December 2017 22nd December...

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What Could Go Wrong With DHCP?

One of the most common problems is rogue DHCP servers. This occurs when someone connects to a 2nd DHCP server, commonly found on a home router, to the network. This can be very difficult to troubleshoot since it requires tracking down the offending device. With the OneTouch AT, you can use the Path Analysis feature to locate the switch and port where the router is connected to and shut it down. Without that information, you'd be crawling under desks, tracing cables to unmarked switches, and logging into the switch to determine the location of the device.Verifying DHCP and DNS is...

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