Fluke Networks AXTAP2200 Series Dual-Link Aggregating Taps provide a superior solution for 24 x 7 monitoring of Ethernet links. While traditional network taps might enable full-duplex monitoring of all traffic on a network link, they transmit the data to the monitoring device (e.g. analyzer, IDS, probe) in two separate half-duplex streams. Not only does this require the monitoring device to have two network interface cards (NIC), it also requires that the device be capable of combining and processing both streams of data in order to monitor both sides of the conversation. Not all monitoring devices have that capability.
The AXTAP2200 Series 10/100/1000 Dual-Link Aggregating Taps faultlessly combine the two network data streams, allowing any connected monitoring device to receive a full-duplex network stream of data with one NIC.
Protocol analyzers, probes, or intrusion detection systems can be installed for permanent in-line monitoring of full-duplex links - eliminates the need for network connectors to be disconnected and connected each time a segment needs to be monitored.
Multiple monitor (any-to-any) ports
Allow more devices to simultaneously monitor the same link, providing extended security and analysis options, while eliminating contention for network access.
Redundant powerProduct Highlights
Ensures uninterrupted monitoring by eliminating power as a single point of failure - you get seamless monitoring even if one of the redundant power source is unavailable.
- Proven performance
- Easy to install