Difference between revisions of "Multi-Tap Network Packet Capturing"

From NST Wiki
Jump to navigationJump to search
Line 1: Line 1:
This section with demonstrate the use of '''Multi-Tap Network Packet Capture''' with NST. Up to 4 network tap interfaces ('''Quad Tap''') can be used simultaneously. When capturing packets at Gigabit Ethernet rates and one needs total visibility on the link, then a passive tap is required. [http://www.netoptics.com Net Optics], a global leader in passive monitoring, makes an excellent 10/100/1000BaseT Tap ('''TP-CU3''') for passively allowing access to monitor GigaBit traffic.
+
This section with demonstrate the use of '''Multi-Tap Network Packet Capture''' with NST. Up to 4 network tap interfaces ('''Quad Tap''') can be used simultaneously. When capturing packets at Gigabit Ethernet rates and one needs total visibility on the link, then a passive tap is required. [http://www.netoptics.com Net Optics], a global leader in passive monitoring, makes an excellent 10/100/1000BaseT Tap ([http://www.netoptics.com/products/product_family_details.asp?cid=1&pid=141&Section=products&menuitem=1&tag=NetOptics+Network+Taps TP-CU3]) for passively allowing access to monitor GigaBit traffic.

Revision as of 10:07, 12 June 2008

This section with demonstrate the use of Multi-Tap Network Packet Capture with NST. Up to 4 network tap interfaces (Quad Tap) can be used simultaneously. When capturing packets at Gigabit Ethernet rates and one needs total visibility on the link, then a passive tap is required. Net Optics, a global leader in passive monitoring, makes an excellent 10/100/1000BaseT Tap (TP-CU3) for passively allowing access to monitor GigaBit traffic.