Our ConstantCare dashboard contains everything customer support staff need to understand the service provided to a single home so that they can resolve customers’ queries faster. See how key metrics have performed over time, run an instant test to check current performance, see if there's been any dropouts or disconnections.
Speed, Latency and Loss
These core metrics are displayed as an average, when selected, their performance is displayed as a time series chart below.
Monitoring uptime and downtime
Disconnections chart is useful for troubleshooting when and how long your internet has been disconnected.
Instantly test all the core metrics. Measurement results are streamed in realtime back to SamKnows One and displayed on the dashboard.
Add charts for application tests of popular services, or other metrics.
Wi-Fi is the most popular method of connecting internet enabled devices in the home. New Wi-Fi standards promise extra speed at the expense of less coverage and penetration through solid walls. It’s not widely understood that the available speed at your router isn’t the same as the available speed on your device. We have created the RealSpeed test to show the difference.
Test on any device
Tests can be initiated from any device connected to the home network. The app will flag any results that have been speed-limited by the device. For example, the speed limit of an iPad mini 2nd Gen is 150 Mbps.
Test room by room
See how Wi-Fi performance changes around the home. Perfect for setting up Wi-Fi in a new home, or optimising the positioning of your router and Wi-Fi boosters within the home for maximum coverage and performance, see our case study.
Get helpful advice
The app will try to diagnose any common network problems from your results, and provide logical steps to rectify.
The dashboard monitors the service provided the customers home, the RealSpeed tab monitors performance inside the home. ISPs are responsible for delivering broadband to the home, so what happens beyond the router is largely out of their control. But problems with in-home Wi-Fi account for over 50% of the support calls ISPs receive. To provide the best customer experience it’s a problem that ISPs need to be able to empathise with and help resolve.
Every device has a maximum throughput. On a fast connection the available speed on older Wi-Fi devices may be limited by the hardware. We flag any devices inside the home network that have been speed limited to help care agents diagnose possible bottlenecks.
Poor Wi-Fi signal
A large difference between the router speed and the device speed could indicate that the customer has poor Wi-Fi signal strength.
ISPs provide the service into the home, but your customers internet experience reaches beyond your own network to popular applications and services on the internet. SamKnows' suite of QoS and QoE tests help ISPs monitor complete customer experience.
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