Portable Traffic Generator Tests At GB Rates

June 1, 1999
Measuring just 10" x 4" x 16" and housing a Pentium-class PC running Windows 95, the IXIA200 desktop portable traffic engine and analyzer is a comprehensive testing tool for certification, performance and stress testing of Ethernet switches, routers

Measuring just 10" x 4" x 16" and housing a Pentium-class PC running Windows 95, the IXIA200 desktop portable traffic engine and analyzer is a comprehensive testing tool for certification, performance and stress testing of Ethernet switches, routers and associated products. The multi-port system holds up to two of the firm's wide range of load modules for Gigabit and 10/100-Mbps environments and will support future WAN interfaces. It comes ready for connection to the network via its built-in 10/100-Mbps Ethernet network interface.Up to 256 systems can be daisy-chained and all ports synchronized within 10 ns. The units may be remotely controlled over TCP/IP networks.

Company: IXIA COMMUNICATIONS

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