AirCheck G2 WiFi tester

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Product information "AirCheck G2 WiFi tester"

The AirCheck G2 WiFi tester provides fast, easy and accurate Wi-Fi validation and problem resolution and reduces the time it takes to resolve WiFi problems. The Netscout AirCheck G2 WiFi tester helps to make WiFi testing easier and allows even less experienced technicians to solve more problems. He provides the following:

  • A robust, purpose-built handheld tester that supports the latest Wi-Fi technologies (802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax)
  • A one-touch AutoTest provides a quick pass/fail result of the WiFi environment and identifies general problems
  • Instantly view results including network availability, connection, application, throughpat, security settings, rogue search and fault detection.
  • Link with centralized report and test result management, link live for greater task visibility, project control, and fleet management for larger distributed environments.

Overview

The AirCheck G2 WiFi tester integrates WiFi technology with interference detection, transmission channel acquisition and iPerf performance testing. With the one-touch autotest, instant access to detailed information quickly fixes problems at the most common vulnerabilities on WiFi networks, including:

  • Network coverage issues
  • Overload of networks and channels
  • slow connections
  • connection issues
  • faulty Access Points
  • Unauthorized Access Points
  • Client issues
  • Unauthorized Clients

Main functions

The AirCheck G2 WiFi tester provides instant access to network, channel, acces point, client and interference data that works instantly from the main screen along with push button testing, wireless and wired.

Networks

Quickly view all networks in the environment and the critical parameters for each network, including signal level, signal-to-noise ratio, security type and number of Access Points. Find common problems such as mixed security types, poor signal strength, or lack of secondary Acces Point coverage.

Sort or filter by any parameter you like. Then investigate more details for each network, including 802.11 supported types, number of connected clients, channels and more. On the Network details page, you can find a list of Access Points or clients on the network.

Channels

Quickly identify whether channels with 802.11 WLAN traffic and/or non-WiFi interference and noise are overloaded. Automatic detection of devices that can cause interference, such as microwaves, wireless games controllers, Bluetooth devices, Zigbee devices and wireless video cameras. You can also research deeper to see Wi-Fi traffic and last 60 seconds interference on a selected channel, as well as Access Points, clients and interferers on that channel.

Explore deeper to see the traffic volume and noise in the last 60 seconds on a selected channel and the Access Points using the channel.

Access Points

Quickly view all the Access Points in the environment and critical parameters for each, including signal level, signal-to-noise ratio, safety type and channel. Find common problems such as incorrect safety type, poor signal strength, or incorrect channel.

Sort of filter by any parameter. Then go into detail for each Access Point, including the number of connected clients, supported speeds, 802.11n and 802.11ac functions, and more. On the Access Point details page, you will find a list of connected clients or the channel on which the Access Point is working to check the utilization of each channel or common channel interference.

Set the status of access control for the Access Points in the environment to track authorized, neighboring, and potential unauthorized devices on your network.

Clients

Quickly view all client devices connected to or searching for a network. See critical parameters for each device including signal strength, channel and connected Access Point. Find common problems such as clients connected to the wrong Access Point or undetected client devices connected to the network. 

Sort or filter by any parameter. Then inspect each client in greater detail, including connection speed and security type. On the client side, investigate the connected channels more closely or quickly find the client device. 

Interference sources

Other devices can work on the same bands as your Access Point. See what other devices in your environment can affect the wireless network.

Investigate more details on all interference events, including average power levels, duty cycles, affected channels and time of last observation. Then use the LOCATE function to detect them and remove an interfering device.

AutoTest

AutoTest - Performs the following essential Wi-Fi tests and gives a pass or fail indication for the wireless environment and identifies common problems - for each level of expertise.

802.11 utilization

Reports the first three chanals in each band (2.4 GHz and 5 GHz) with the highest 802.11 WiFi traffic transmission time utilization.

Non 802.11 utilization

Reports the first three channels in each band (2.4 GHz and 5 GHz) with the highest non-802.11 transmit time utilization. This indicates existing sources of interferences and high noise levels.

Interference between channels

Reports the first three channels in each band (2.4 GHz and 5 GHz) with the most Access Points on the same channel exceeding the minimum signal level limit. It takes into account 40 MHz and 80 MHz channels in the 5 GHz band by counting an Access Point on its primary and each secondary channel. A list of Access Points for co-channel interference is then displayed.

Interference from neighbouring channels

Reports the first three channels in the 2.4 GHz band where Access Points may find interference from neighboring channels. For each channel on which at least one Access Point is found, the tester counts how many Access Points are working on other channels that overlap with that channel. The AutoTest considers 20 MHz and 40 MHz channels in the 2.4 GHz band. A list of Access Points for co-channel interference is then displayed. 

Network quality

Checks coverage, interference, security and ability to connect to specifed networks, as well as availability of critical network services such as DHCP and connection to specified network destinations.

Unauthorized devices

Reports Access Points that are unauthorized devices. These devices can compromise network security on the network.

Ethernet Test

Access Points must have a working backhaul connection to the network and this is validated by the Netscout AirCheck G2´s WiFi tester built-in Ethernet test.

Perform diagnostics and testing for Power over Ethernet (PoE), switch connection, DHCP, gateway and Internet connection. Get VLAN, switch nae and port information via CDP/LLDP/EDP for switches your manage.

More detailed insight into certain details

For all devices and events found by the Netscout AirCheck G2 WiFi tester, additional information is available to better understand the particularities of a device and support troubleshooting. The user does not need to try to compare information in a beacon or analyze association requirements to get complete information about Access Points and clients.

More tools and features

In addition to the primary screens, the Netscout AirCheck G2 WiFi tester has several additional features that allow users to quickly test and validate their wireless network. These are available as additional options from the various detail and device screens.

Establishing a connection with the network

Check network availability and access to critical services by connecting to a network (SSID) or Access Point with a single button press on the button. Important test steps include:

  • Connection to an Access Point
  • Requesting and Receiving an IP Address from a DHCP server
  • Pinging the default gateway and DNS servers for availability
  • Perform a ping or TCP port test for up to ten network destinations
  • Running signal strength, signal-to-noise ratio and repetition rate measurements

 

Performing an iPerf Performance Test

After connecting to a network or Access Point an iPerf based performance test can be performed to verify throughput at that site. Tests are performed for upload and download traffic and can be configured for the following purposes:

  • Protocol to use (TCP vs. UDP)
  • Port to use to initiate the test
  • Duration of the performance test

When running an iPerf test the user can either use an iPerf server that they set up themselves, or they can use the iPerf server running on the NETSCOUT test accessory. The test accessory is a small PoE or battery powered device that plugs into an Ethernet port and with the Netscout AirCheck G2 can essentially work as an iPerf server in your pocket. It is managed from NETSCOUT´s Link-Live Cloud Management platform and is automatically detected by Netscout AirCheck in the following cases:

  • It is located in the same subnet as the AirCheck wireless connection
  • It is located in the same subnet as the last Ethernet test of the AirCheck
  • It has been incorporated into the same link live organization as the user´s Netscout AirCheck G2 WiFi tester and the Netscout AirCheck G2 WiFi tester has link live connectivity

With the test accessories it is as easy as selecting the desired device from a list on the screen and then starting the test. 

Performing a roaming test

The AirCheck G2 WiFi tester provides a roaming test that allows the user to check if a network has sufficent overlaps to allow smooth and seamless roaming across the entire site. Roaming tests can be performed after connecting to a network. The Netscout AirCheck G2 WiFi tester continuously pings a user-selected target resource and provides detailed information about current network quality and ping statistics as the user moves around the site. 

Finding devices of interest

Track rogue Access Points and unauthorized clients by tracking the real-time signal strength meter and graph over time. Acoustic signaling is provided and the use of a USB headset for private audio is suppported. Explore deeper to see the traffic volume and noise in the last 60 seconds on a selected channel and the Access Points using that channel.

Included in delivery:

  • AirCheck G2 WiFi tester
  • power supply with 4 international adapters
  • soft carry case
  • USB cable
  • Quick guide

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Transform a smartphone or tablet into a dual band spectrum analyzer (2.4 & 5 GHz). This perfectly portable tool is the ideal solution for field techs and wireless professionals. 2.4 & 5 GHz Spectrum Analyzer Android iOS, PC, Mac Supported Scan & Troubleshoot Wi-Fi SSID’s / RSSI 802.11 & ZigBee Channel Guides Wi-Fi Spectrum Analyzer Oscium’s WiPry 5x visualizes all spectral activity on both 2.4 & 5 GHz. Now it’s possible to identify and avoid interference so wireless connectivity can be optimized. Just download WiPry from either the App Store or Google Play and get started today! Universal Platform Support Oscium’s WiPry 5x is compatible with iOS, Android, PC and Mac. This cross platform solution is perfectly portable as are all Oscium’s tools. And now, it’s possible to use whichever host device you prefer. Oscium's software applications are all free. There's no licensing fee and there's no subscription so it's easy to use your WiPry 5x. Pry Into Wireless Environment The 2.4 GHz band is a busy place today and soon 5 GHz will be congested as well. That's why WiPry 5x supports both bands. Wireless internet operates in this range as does other electronic devices such as baby monitors, cordless phones, garage door openers, and microwave ovens. Since WiFi can extend the length of a football field on 2.4 GHz, devices in nearby buildings or residences can also cause interference. With WiPry 5x, you can pinpoint the source of your noise and get the most out of your wireless internet regardless of the complexity of your environment. Detect & Avoid Noisy Channels WiPry 5x visualizes all wireless activity on both 2.4 & 5 GHz. Measurement settings include 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n, 802.11ac and 802.15.4 (ZigBee). SSID-specific activity is also available. Oscium provides a professional Wi-Fi tool that is now available in the Apple App Store and Google Play. Visualize your network like never before: on your favorite smartphone or tablet! Wi-Fi Standards / ZigBee Supported The following Wi-Fi standards are supported: 802.11 b/g/n/ac. The ZigBee protocol (802.11.15.4) is also possible to view through our built-in channel guide, making it the ideal tool to troubleshoot home security and home automation. WiPry 5x also provides visibility on all wireless transmissions such as baby monitors, cordless phones, garage door openers, and microwave ovens. WiPry 5x is perfectly portable and available on Android or iOS. Awesome Features Oscium features include the ability to grade channels (using A through F, just like in school!), calculate signal to noise ratio (perfect for knowing whether VoIP or video streaming is possible), and view the environment over time using waterfall mode. It's also possible to data log your visit and export that data in a csv file for post processing. You can save your favorite setup and load it as needed, saving you time on the job. These are just some of Oscium's awesome capabilities. Spectrum Analyzer Mode: System Requirements (Software): iOS 7.0 or higher, Android 4.0.3 or higher, Win 7, Mac OS 10.10 (Yosemite) or higher System Requirements (Hardware): iOS Lightning Devices (iPad, iPhone, iPod), Android Devices with USB OTG, Windows USB 2.0 or higher Frequency Resolution: 2.4 GHz: 333 KHz / 5 GHz: 1.665 MHz Amplitude Range: -95 to 0 dBm Amplitude Resolution: 0.5 dBm Antenna Port: SMB Connector Antenna: External, 2dBi Gain SSID Scan: Frequency Range: 2.4-2.5 GHz; 5.15 to 5.85 GHz Amplitude Range: -100 to +10 dBm Amplitude Resolution: 1 dBm Antenna: External, 2dBi gain SSID Scan Rate: Adjustable SSID Visualization: Mode (802.11 a/b/g/n/ac) Real Wave, Waterfall Channel Grading Security Type SSID, BSSID Frequency RSSIAvailable downloads: Download Oscium WiPry 5x Datasheet Download Oscium WiPry 5x User Manual

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netool.io Standard Network engineering tool
Smart and hand held network tester for monitoring and troubleshooting in active networks With the netool.io you combine all important tools for network analysis and troubleshooting in one device. Due to the compact design, the netool.io fits in every trouser jacket pocket. The operation and reporting is done per operation system independent via free app for Windows, MacOs, iOS and Android. This gives you the flexibility and ability to perform packet capture or network analysis on your network at any time. The most important asisstent  for every network administrator who wants to ensure the control and monitoring of his network at all times !   Your benefits: Protocol detection: Netool.io identifies ethernet protocols, analyzes them and shows them to you via the app Packet capture: capture to PCAP - caputure packet data from your network at any time via the USB interface of the Netool.io, in order to be able to analyze them in detail at your workplace at a later time as a PCAP file. Supported ethernet protocols and services: VLAN, DHCP, 802.1X, EAp, CDP and LLDP, LACP, Spanning Tree Connectivity check: RUN ICMP tests to the internet, local gateway or a custom IP. Easy to use: Get network information quickly and easily on your Android or iOS smartphone, tablet or Windows / Mac notebook ! Compact: The most compact network tester on the market ready to use anytime and anywhere ! Share the test result: Share discovered information about any text-based app, including text messaging, email, Evernote, Slack and more. WiFi Access Point Mode: In case no Wifi is available, you can connect the Netool.io in client WiFi mode or allow other users to connect and evaluate test results. netool.OS: On Netool.io devices a highly customized Linux version is running, which we call Netool.OS. We have developed Netool.OS to be powerful, energy saving and wirelessly upgradeable. Netool.cloud: With Netool.cloud, remote users can connect to your Netool.io or a remote site´s Netool.io to view and run tests from anywhere.   Supported operating systems: Netool.io app is availble for; iOS, Android, MacOS, Windows Supported ethernet network protocols: VLAN, DHCP, 802.1X, EAP, CDP and LLDP, LACP, Spanning tree Operation time: 12 hours Battery capacity: 2600 mAH Battery type: rechargeable Li-Lon battery Connections: 1x RJ45, 1x USB, 1x Micro USB Weight: 50 gr. Size: 95 x 25 x 25 mm (L x W x H) Certifications: CE, RoHS   Included in delivery: 1x Netool.io network engineering tool 1x ethernet network patch cable 1x AC power adapter 1x USB cableAvailable downloads:Download Netool.io Standard DatasheetDownload Netool.io Standard vs. PRO

€224.91*
WifiMETRIX - Dual-Band, 802.11 Channel Analyzer
DFS Tester - Validate Access Point DFS Functionality Quantify and predict Throughput Performance of each WiFi channel Simulate interference and WiFi congestion using signal generation and traffic congestion WifiMETRIX is a new diagnostic tool used to analyze and test Access Points and WiFi networks. It is a handheld device that operates in stand-alone mode - that is, it does not associate or connect with an Access Point. WifiMETRIX implements three important features - DFS Testing, WifiPROBE and AirHORN. The built in 6 GHz radio module has been programmed to simulate radar signal patterns, and the built in WiFi chip can perform both signal generation / packet injection (AirHORN) and throughput diagnostics (WiFiPROBE) on each channel. Features include: 6 GHz radio module, amplifier & filters Dual band 802.11 WiFi chip DFS Tester - simulate radar signal patterns AirHORN channel / Signal generator functionality (packet injection) WifiPROBE channel analyzer functionality Solid aluminium case plus silicon rubber boot protector Standard 50 Ohm SMA antenna connector 128x64 built-in LCD screen Includes dualband antenna for 2,4 GHz and 5 GHz ISM bands Includes micro USB cable for recharging Includes 50 Ohm SMA terminator to protect antenna connection Includes 6 GHz, 50 Ohm 20 db SMA attenuator (Male-to-Female) SMA terminator (dummy load) also used for calibrating the device FCC Regulation, CE & RoHS Compliance: WifiMETRIX is a test and measurement device, compatible with US FCC regulation 47 CFR Part 15.103(c). WifiMETRIX is certified for CE compliance under EU regulations EN/IEC61236 and EN/IEC61000. WifiMETRIX is certified for RoHS compliance under EU directive 2002/95/EC. WifiPROBE feature - Analyze the throughput performance of each channel Determine the best channel for your Wifi Network The WifiPROBE feature provides unprecedented visibility into the performance of a wireless network. The information collected and displayed helps to simplify troubleshooting of interference related problems and predicts the throughput performance of each 802.11 channel. WifiPROBE employs IMMI technology with 802.11 hardware to perform data acquisition - hence, the resultstruly reflect how packet congestion and RF interference ine the local environment affects your Wifi network. This is a possible using an RF spectrum analyzer or other tools currently in the market.  In a wireless network there is, at any moment, a single transmitter and one or more receivers. Furthermore, devices participating in the network take turns being a transmitter or receiver. When considering network performance, it is the transmitter who holds the key. Before transmitting data, the transmitter "senses" the RF enviroment to check if the channel is clear. If so, then transmissions proceeds. But if not, then the transmitter delays a random period of time before making its next attempt to transmit. Hence, "Available transmit time" becomes the metric by which we can measure channel performance - that is, the more time available for transmission then the better will be that channel´s performance and data throughput. Applications for the WifiPROBE feature include: Detect presence of RF interference that could affect network performance Determine whether performance can be improved by using a different channel Quantify expected change in performance that would result from using a different channel Optimally configure WiFi network with the goal of improving throughput performance As an aid in properly locating WiFi devices so as to maximize range and throughput and minimize interference from competing wireless devices AirHORN feature - Simulate Co-Channel congestion and adjacent channel interference using packet injection Stress test WiFi networks, compare antenna performance, detect "dead spots", and more... The AirHORN feature aids in testing WiFi antennas, RF shields and wireless networks. It is an RF channel / signal generator that covers both the 2,4 GHz and 5 GHz ISM bands and was designed for microwave and RF applications. Using 802.11 packet injection, AirHORN transmits stable and accurate RF signals for each of the 802.11 (WiFi) channels and is ideal for stress testing existing wireless networks and for use in research and development of antenna design. A signal generation system is key to any test system - as such, AirHORN can also be used for rapid evaluation of receiver performance and detecting "dead spots". The AirHORN feature can be used for: Real world testing of WiFi antennas and amplifiers Testing the effectiveness of RF shield designs Stress testing 802.11 (WiFi) wireless networks Aligning directional WiFi antennas Rapid evaluation of receiver performance Locating WiFi "dead spots" 

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LinkRunner 10G Advanced Ethernet Tester
Overview Introducing the new LinkRunner 10G Advanced Ethernet Tester, the most cost effective solution for 10 Gig network testing. LinkRunner 10G simplifies testing and configuration of copper and fiber Ethernet networks, streamlining workflows by combining essential functions of installation and triage in a single, ruggedized unit. The next generation Android based tester delivers complete network validation and troubleshooting, from the media (copper/fiber) to the application (Layers 1-7), accelerating deployments, speeding problem identification and improving the efficiency and effectiveness of network installers and operations teams. Install, test, verify and troubleshoot technology upgrades, Multi-Gig (NBASE-T) and10G networks with advanced Android based troubleshooting apps and purpose built test hardware Physical layer testing includes cable (TDR) testing, toning, wiremapping and cable SNR (Signal-to Noise Radio) for Multi Gig links Compatibility with standards compliant SFPs enables test and validation of any wired media (copper or fiber) for a variety of use models Validate up to 90W 802.3bt PSE with TruePower loaded Power over Ethernet (PoE) test Serves as a peer to the EtherScope nXG for line-rate performance testing to verify network capacity, performance and QoS, as well as service provider SLAs between sites Key Features Flexible Platform for a variety of testing needs The LinkRunner 10G has two Ethernet ports. The main test RJ-45 port supports Multi-Gig networks from 10/100/1000 Mbps to 2.5/5/10G to verify link speed, SNR and duplex advertised and connected. It can request and verify PoE power under load from uip to 90W PSE´s. Alternatively, it can interface to fiber networks via single/multi mode SFP+ to test 1/10Gbps fiber based Ethernet. The second RJ-45 management port connects to 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet for remote control, and conducts network scanning and tests where needed. It is also the port for cable testing. In addition to fiber optic transceivers (SX, LX, SR, LR, ZX, singlemode, multimode, etc.) the SFP+ slot can be utilized with a variety of standards-based interfaces, such as TwinAx or other Direct Attach Copper (DAC) cables, and vendor specific transceivers. As an Android based device, LinkRunner 10G can use a variety of apps from the Live-Live app store for a variety of uses. The USB-A port provides connectivity for added USB adapters and third party accessories such as printers, barcode scanners, fiber optic inspection cameras and more. The use of a USB based WiFi adapter (such as the Edimax AC1200 for 802.11ac/b/g/n) provides for connectivity and wireless testing using a third party app. The USB-C port is compatible with higher power USB-C chargers, as well as external power packs for all day portable use. Simplifies tasks and empowers technicians to verify complex networks with the next generation AutoTest The LinkRunner 10G has out-of-the-box AutoTest profiles with best practice pass/fail thresholds for quick assessment of network configurations and services. AutoTest Element Configurations include: Switch port PoE validation up to 90W from PSE and TruePower load testing 802.1x autthentication Link speed/duplex advertised vs. actual, Multi-Gig link SNR measurement VLAN tagged traffic detection & monitoring Witch port identification with interface stats, connected devices and drill-down DHCP availability, response time, automatic detection fo 2nd DHCP offer and connect log DNS lookup (forward/reverse) availability and response time Gateway availability and response time Active connection test targets (Ping or TCP Connect) End-user response time measurement via HTTP Multiple profiles can be created for complex networks with multiple VLANs supported per switch port, each with its own set of IP targets. These can then be organized into profile groups that execute each test against each profile in sequence. The result is that multiple VLANs can be verified and documented in one go. Since the pre-defined profiles can be executed individually, the profiles group serves as a resource for technicians to verify each specific VLAN during troubleshooting. With profile groups, engineers can transfer their network configuration and test knowledge to technicians, saving training time and effort. Multi-Gig Link Validation With the expanding deplayment of Multi-Gig switching (typically to feed greater bandwith to WiFi 6 access points), users are finding that their cable plant may not support the desired speed. Cable quality, length, installation workmanship, and noise in the environment all can contribute to "downshifting" to lower-than-expected-speeds. Cabling SNR Measurement - LinkRunner 10G can now verify copper media for Multi-Gig capability (1 / 2.5 / 5 / 10G), and provide root cause diagnosis when link speed downshifting occurs. 24 hour monitoring for intermittent issues Periodic AutoTest: In this mode, AutoTest runs at specified intervals (from 1 minute to 24 hours) and sends the results to Link-Live to view the results over time. This is an effective way to "monitor" aspects of your network for an extended period, or to help diagnose intermittent issues without having to manually execute multiple tests. Results are automatically timestamped and can be prefixed with a user-entered comment for grouping or organization. Test results can be quickly analyzed in Link-Live using the filtering and sorting functions. Email notifications can warn you when errors are found. 10G copper/fiber wired performance tests for critical links and key devices The LinkRunner 10G works as a test peer with the EtherScope nXG Network Performance Test (NPT) to stress critical network links, such as switch ports to servers/storag/WiFi access points, uplinks or WAN links, with up to four simultaneous data streams at up to 10G line rate. It verifies the link´s compliance to service level agreements (SLA) based on throughput, packet loss, QoS, delay and jitter. This performance test can be run at up to full line rate in order to measure the top end bandwith and quality of your network from end-to-end, or for particular network segments. It can also be utilized to bench test switches for optimal configuration prior to rollout into production. For troubleshooting on a production network (where excessive test traffic could be detrimental), many users will configure the NPT feature with a low stream of traffic (even just 128 Kbps) in order to characterize network quality, identify possible packet loss, delay and jitter and validate Qos. Settings for data streams and thresholds for VoIP or video service can be stored and recalled where needed, saving configuration time. For key servers/services in the cloud or internet, engineers can pre-define tests and thresholds to verify their connectivity and performance using ping, TCP connect, HTTP or FTP. Continuous testing with response time measurements is available to verify consistency and identify intermittent issues. These tests can be easily recalled by field technicians to reduce configuration time or mistakes, to get more done faster. List of problems automatically detected by LinkRunner 10G discovery enabled Bad Subnet Mask Duplicate IP Address DHCP server not responding LinkRunner 10G received used IP from DHCP LinkRunner 10 lost DHCP lease max clients on SSID high interface utilization* high interface errors* high FCS errors* high packet discards* detected half-duplex interfaces high CPU unilization* high disk utilization* high memory utilization* recent device reboot* spanning tree topology change SNMPv3 Agent Responded to SNMPv1/v2 Query (* problems detected wither user-definable threshold) Additional troubleshooting tools Packet capture: You can capture up to 10G line rate to create a PCAP file of up to 1 GB. Packet slicing and filtering are supported and PCAp files can be uploaded to the Link-Live cloud service for easy sharing. Cable test: determine length, shorts, and split pairs and locate opens on UTP cable. Verify the wiremap of UTP and ScTP cable with a WireView adapter. It can generate either analog tone or the unique digital tone for the Fluke Networks IntelliTone Probe for quick cable tracing. Android Apps: users can download apps from the Link-Live app store to accomplish many tasks in addition to testing. Automated test results management Serving as a centralized test result and device management system, the free Link-Live cloud service transforms team workflows with the ability to quickly and easily log, document and report test activity from all LinkSprinter, LinkRunner AT, LinkRunner G2, LinkRunner 10G, AirCheck G2 handheld network testers. Once the instrument is connected to the Link-Live cloud service, your test results are automatically uploaded to the dashboard for project management and reporting. You have the option of uploading additional files, screenshots, images, profiles, packet captures, location information and comments anytime. Also, certain NetAlly instruments with AllyCare support can receive firmware updates "over the network" from Link-Live as they become available. An API is available to retrieve and integrate data from Link-Live into other management platforms, such as your trouble ticket application or network management system. This gives you the ability to easily provide proof-of-performance and better manage jobs and staff efficiency. This unified dashboard of both wired and WiFi network connectivity results enables you to: reduce results management overhead for multiple testers and users enables seamless collaboration between site personnel and remote experts Attach photos, user comments to each result, adding context for future changes and troubleshooting for asset management, ability to associate serial numbers of installed devices, and/or cable/walljack label to specific test results WiFi network visibility With the use of a USB-A based WiFi adapter (such as Edimax AC1200 for 802.11ac/b/g/n) provides for connectivity and wireless testing using a third party apps, available for download from the Link-Live app store. While not nearly as powerful as the tools available in EtherScope nXG or AirCheck G2, this capability provides an essential level of visibility where needed. Note, other than the upload/attachment of screen captures, there is no integration from third party apps with Link-Live. Information collected from these apps can not be saved to Link-Live (another reason to utilize EtherScope nXG or AirCheck G2 for WiFi troubleshooting.) AllyCare - Enabled features deliver advanced troubleshooting capabilities(The following features below are only available to customers with AllyCare support on their LinkRunner 10G. Visit support.netally.com/allycare Discovery - Know who and what is on your network The LinkRunner 10G discovery app automatically discovers your network immediatley upon power-up. The discovery provides quick security and health audits of the network devices across multiple VLANs and subnets. Devices are classified and correlated to provide complete visibility of thier name, network addresses, VLAN, SSID, device type, and where available, traffic statistics. Engineers can name and set authorization status for devices discovered. Discovery results can be directly uploaded to the complimentary Link-Live cloud service for storage, conduct detailed analysis of devices discovered with filter and sort tools, or export to CSV/PDF files as documentation. LinkRunner´s discovery can be enriched by accessing SNMP MIBs of infrastructure devices. It shows details such as device configuration summary, interface configuration and traffic detail, SSIDs supported by WiFi controllers, and devices directly connected to switches. Community strings entered are concealed from view. Discover possible security risks caused by users and others: 2nd DHCP offers indicating possible rogue servers, unknown switches granting access to multiple devices. The LinkRunner 10G´s discovery automatically detects problems. It shows possible cause(s) for each problem detected, and it has integrated troubleshooting tools to investigate further to get to root cause. Switch Management Drill into switch interfaces via SNMP for additional diagnostics, including trend graphs on utilization, errors, discards, half-duplex (HDX), RSTP and recent reboots. Path Analysis Shows the switch/router path connecting the LinkRunner 10G to an IP device on across wired and WiFi networks and even beyond the local network, e.g., from the LinkRunner 10G´s test port to a server in the cloud or data center. The LinkRunner 10G offers built-in tools to conduct further analysis of the devices along the path: view configuration, interface traffic statistics, launch Telnet of browser, conduct port scan, ping and more. Simple "Access-Anywhere" Remote Control LinkRunner 10G permits a remote engineer to control the EtherScope nXG "out of band" (using VNC) to collaborate with technicians on-site, or to troubleshoot remotely where there is no local staff. But connecting to distant sites via VNC on different networks is difficult or impossible, particularly behind NAT firewalls. With the AllyCare-enabled web remote control, users can instantly connect to remote units through the Link-Live cloud service - anywhere in the world - for collaborative and remote troubleshooting. Network Topology Mapping - Integrated Wired and WiFi Network Diagrams No more struggling to keep manually drwan maps up to date! LinkRunner 10G (with AllyCare support) automatically discovers both your wired and WiFi networks for instant mapping in NetAlly´s Link-Live cloud service. These comprehensive, up-to-the-minute-accurate network diagrams show your network as it is NOW, integrating Layer 2 and Layer 3 topology information, including these connections: switch to host, switch to Access Point, Access Point to WiFi client, switch to switch, switch to router and router to router hops. Now, users can now interact with the network in a flexible map-based user interface to quickly visually identify configuration and topology issues, speeding troubleshooting and automatically create network documentation. The LinkRunner 10G´s patented discovery engine gathers data from its wired connection (via SNMP and other methods) and from the air (observing WiFi traffic) to generate comprehensive network connectivity maps. Easy to use filters and map controls allow you to see exactly what you want and how you want it displayed. Quickly identify network and device configuration errors and see "unknown" switches and rogue devices. Element icons are color-coded to identify errors or warnings; double-clicking on any map element brings up its detailed discovery information, including status, problems, interface information and more. The importance of visualizing your network The faster engineers can "see" what is going on in their network, to know who is on the network and where they are connected, and what the path is from "here to there", the faster they can get to root cause when troubleshooting performance issues. This is especially true for maintenance organizations or system integrators who often troubleshoot an "unknown" network. The problem is that traditional methods (CLI or element managers) take too long and present complex data that´s often hard to interpret and difficult to correlate. Documentation is an essential step for any project, such as pre-deployment network assessments and new technology rollouts, but it can take too much time to complete. From the graphical map based user interface, one click sends the map data through a Visio file generator, pre-populating the diagram with all discovered devices, links, and corresponding configuration information, saving hours of manual effort, allowing further customization. Ideal for enterprises or service organizations, LinkRunner 10G´s mapping function saves hours of manual labor, allowing documentation to keep up as the network changes, or provide instant maps for client projects. Specifications: Dimensions: 4.05 in x 7.67 in x 2.16 in (10.3 cm x 19.5 cm x 5.5 cm) Weight: 1.68 oz (0.77 kg) Battery: Rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack (7.2V, 6.4 A, 46 Wh) Display: 5.0 in color LCD with capacitive touch screen (720 x 1280 pixels) Host inferfaces: RJ-45 and SFP Analysis ports, RJ-45 cable test port and management port, USB Type-A port and USB Type-C On-the-Go port SD card slot: supports micro SD storage - up to 64GB supported Memory: Approx. 8 GB available for storing test results and user applications, 1 GB packet capture buffer Charging: USB Type-C 45W adapter: 100-240 Vac, 50-60 Hz; DC output power 15 V (3 A) Media Access: Copper: 10M/100M/1G/2.5G/5G/10G - Fiber SFP Adapters: 1G/10GBASE-X Supported IEEE Standards: Wired: 802.3/ab/ae/an/bz/i/u/z - PoE: 802.3af/at/bt/, Class 0-8 and UPOE Cable Test: Pair lenghts, opens, shorts, split pairs, crossed, straight through and WireView ID Multi-Gig link Signal-to-Noise (SNR) measurement (5 db threshold) Operating temperature: 32°F to 113°F (0°C to +45°C) Operating relative humidity (% RH without condensation): 90% (50°F to 95°F; 10°C to 35°C) - 75% (95°F to 113°F; 35°C to 35°C) Storage temperature: -4°F to 140°F (-20°C to +60°C) Shock and vibration: Meets the requirements of MIL-PRF-28800F for Class 3 Equipment Safety: IEC 61010-1:2010: Pollution degree 2 Altitude Operating: 4.000 m; Storage: 12.000 m EMC: IEC 61326-1: Basic Electromagnetic Environment; CISPR 11: Group 1, Class A conforms to relevant European Union directives conforms to relevant Australian Safety and EMC standards complies with 47 CFR Part 15 requirements of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission listed by the Canadian Standards AssociationAvailable downloads: Download LinkRunner 10G Data Sheet NetAlly-LR10G-DS-20-V4 Download LinkRunner 10G Quick Start Guide (English) Download LinkRunner 10G User Guide v1.4 Download LinkRunner Capability Comparison (2021)

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LinkRunner AT Network AutoTester
Overview The LinkRunner AT offers user-configured auto-tests for a wide range of important tasks. This network tester´s quick cable test and switch identification facilitates fast problem isolation. Test results can be automatically uploaded to the Link-Live results management cloud service to improve collaboration between network engineers and technicians, creating greater job visibility, project control and fleet management.  Discover nearest switch name and port information via CDP/LLDP/EDP and verify link speed/duplex and connectivity to TCP/IP network with AutoTest Validate up to 30W 802.3af/at PSE with TruePower loaded Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) test Verify twisted-pair cable length and wire-map in a snap AutoTests verifies and documents PoE, nearest switch, DHCP, DNS and Gateway service, and key devices connectivity in one go Automate reporting and enable collaboration with result upload and management via Link-Live cloud service Key Features Two models: LRAT-2000 and LRAT-1000 LinkRunner AT is available in tow models: LRAT-2000 and LRAT-1000. LinkRunner AT 2000 adds the following exclusive* features: Fiber support* TruePower PoE Power Test up to 30W* IPv6 support* Reflector support* More result storage: 50 instead of 10* Uses Li-ION rechargeable battery instead of AA battery pack * This exclusive features can not be added to the LinkRunner AT 1000. Cable length, Wiremap and Location Users can easily find opens, shorts, miswires and split pairs in three different ways: On non-terminated cable With a WireView Cable Identifier Check patch cord with the built-in wiremap port on the side of the LinkRunner AT Cable location Locate cable runs with toning, switch port advertisement, switch port link light blinking and remote cable identifiers. Toning supports both analog and digital IntelliTone modes. Discover Nearest Switch and VLAN The LinkRunner AT uses the IEEE Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP), along with the Cisco and Extreme Discovery Protocols (CDP and EDP) to display the nearest switch model, slot, port and VLAN configured. The LinkRunner AT displays the following critical nearest switch information: Switch name and model Chassis, slot and port Switch IP Address Voice and Data VLAN IDs Duplex and speed (actual and advertised) Signal strength Connection (MDI or MDI/X) PoE voltage and power (actual and test limit) Graphical representation of power on pairs Packet Reflector The LinkRunner AT features a packet reflector mode that allows the device to be used remotely during end-to-end network path performance tests to validate LAN and WAN throughput capabilities, up to 1Gbps. The reflector mode can be configured to swap MAC and/or IP addresses. LinkRunner AT 2000 supports packet reflection for: OptiView XG Network Analysis Tablet OneTocuh AT Network Assistant EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert MetroScope Service Provider Assistant TruePower PoE Testing - Power Over Ethernet Testing LinkRunner AT features the ability to validate TruePower delivery before installing cameras, access points and phones to ensure a smooth deployment. Quickly validate PoE performance by drawing actual power up to the 802.3at standard 25.5W. Load the circuit to stress switches, cabling and patch panels, all while measuring the voltage and pairs being used. IP V4/V6 Addressing Validate the IPv4 DHCP auto-negotiation process, subnet and DHCP server and verify IPv6 Link-Local and global addressing. Key Service and Device Connectivity LinkRunner AT can perform either a Ping or a TCP port open test to verify connectivity. The test conducted will reveal connection and response time to the default Gateway, preferred DNS server and alternate DNS server. LinkRunner AT can connect to as many as 10 user-defined target devices, servers or services, testing using Ping, or a user-defined TCP port number. If a URL is used as the target, results will include response time and an IP address. 802.1x Authentication Verify access to secure networks using 802.1x and MAC Access Control Lists (ACL). The included LinkRunner AT Manager Software can be used to enable 802.1x and download certificates. Automated Test Results Management Serving as a centralized test results and device management system, the free Link-Live cloud service transforms team workflows with the ability to quickly and easily log, document, and report test activity from all LinkSprinter, LinkRunner AT, LinkRunner G2, AirCheck G2 and OneTouch AT hand-held network testers. Once the instrument is connected to the Link-Live cloud service, your test results are automatically uploaded to the dashboard for project management and reporting. You have the option of uploading additional files, screenshots, images, profiles, packet captures, location information and comments anytime. Also, certain NetAlly instruments with AllyCare ssupport can receive firmware updates "over the network" from Link-Live as they become available. An API is available to retrieve and integrate data from Link-Live into other management platforms, such as your trouble-ticket application or network management system. This gives you the ability to easily provide proof-of-performance and better manage jobs and staff efficiency. This unified dashboard of both wired and WiFi network connectivity results enables you to: Reduce results management overhead for multiple testers and users Enables seamless collaboration between site personnel and remote experts Simplify report generation across media types for network deployment documentation Attach photos, user comments to each result, adding context for future changes and troubleshooting For asset management, ability to associate serial numbers of installed devices, and/or cable/walljack label to specific test results Specifications: Dimensions: 3.5 in x 7.8 in x 1.9 in (8.9 cm x 19.8 cm x 4.8 cm) Weight: 18 oz (0.5 kg) Battery:LRAT-1000: Four AA type, alkaline recommendedLRAT-2000: Removable, rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack (18.5 Watt-hrs) Battery Life: Typical operating life is 6 hours; Typical charge time is 3 hours External AC Adapter / Charger: AC input 90 to 264V AC 48 to 62 Hz input power DC output 15V DC at 1.2 Amps Display: 2.8 in color LCD (320 x 240 pixels) Keypad: 12-key elastomeric Tone Generator: IntelliTone digital tone: (500 KHz); analog tones: (400 Hz, 1 KHZ) Media Access;Copper: RJ-45: 10BASE-T100BASE-TX1000BASE-TPoE (IEEE 802.3af and 802.3at) Media Access; Fiber: SFP Adapter port supports 100BASE-FX and 1000BASE-LX/SX/ZX/ (LRAT-2000 only) Cable tests: Pair lengths, opens, shorts, splits, crossed, straight through and cable ID Power over Ethernet (PoE): single ended testing:User-defined testing to IEEE 802.3at class 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 without LLDP negation, or m4 with LLDP negotiationThe following PSE PoE parameters are measured:A) pairs usedB) received classC) PSE typeD) unloaded voltage (V)E) loaded voltage (V) (LRAT-2000 with TruePower)F) unloaded power (W) (LRAT-1000)G) loaded power (W) (LRAT-2000 with TruePower) Operating Temperature: 32°F to 113°F (0°C to +45°C) NOTE: the battery will not charge if the internal temperature of the tester is above 122°F (50°C) Operating relative humidity (% RH without condensation): 90% (50°F to 95°F; 10°C to 35°C) - 75% (95°F to 113°F; 35°C to 45°C) Storage temperature: -4°F to 140°F (-20°C to +60°C) Shock and vibration: Random, 2 g, 5 Hz-500 Hz (Class 2) 1 m drop Safety: EN 61010-1 2nd edition Saftey (LR-AT 2000 only); EN/IEC 60825-1:2007, EN/IEC 60825-2:2004+ A1:2007 (LRAT-2000 only) Altitude: 4.000 m; Storage 12.000m EMC: IEC 61326-1: Basic Electromagnetic Environment; CISPR 11: Group 1, Class A Supported operating systems: Windows Vista, Win XP, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10 CPU: 400 MHz Pentium processor or equivalent (minimum); 1 GHz Pentium processor or equivalent (recommended) RAM: 96 Mb (minimum; 256 MB (recommended) Hard disk: Up to 500 MB of available space may be required Display: 1024 x 768 high color, 32 bit (recommended) conforms to relevant European Union directives conforms to relevant Australian Safety and EMC standardsAvailable downloads: Download LinkRunner Datasheet Download LinkRunner Quick Start Guide ENG Download EC Declaration of Conformity LRAT

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One cable certifier for all standards WireXpert also certifies to Cat.6/Cat.6A/Class EA and supports advanced certification for fiber optic installations at 850/1,300nm and 1,310/1,550nm. In addition, a wide range of measurement modules is available for example for coax, M12 D-coded and X-coded. Speed and lightness Shortes measuring times and the intuitive device operation provide fast acceptance measurements. Due to its low weight, the WireXpert 4500 is absolutely recommended for field use. Convince yourself of the performance of the WireXpert 4500!  Certifier up to 2.500 MHz Advanced cable certification for all standards: Class D/E/EA/F/FA, CAT 5/5e/6/6A/7/7A, as well as CAT 8 an Class I & II fast auto test with less than 9 seconds Independent ETL verification to confirm measurement accuracy Meets and exceeds ISO level VI, V, IV, IIIe and TIA level 2G and IIIe accuracy requirements Support from more than 20 cable manufacturers worldwide Field upgradeable with many options such as patch cord testing, Industrial Ethernet, Class FA, coax, fiber optics supports advanced certifications for fiber optics at 850/1,300 nm (multimode) and 1,310/1,550 nm (singlemode) advanced reports and documentation of wiring The only certifier that fulfills the requirements of data centers, office cabling and Industrial Ethernet Available downloads:Download WireXpert 4500 Kabelzertifizierer Data Sheet DE

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Overview The EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert is a multi-technology, all-in-one handheld network analyzer that enables engineers and technicans to get more done faster, from deployment to maintenance and documentation of their everchaning Wi-Fi and Ethernet access networks. With its simple operation, yet in-depth visibility, and the ability to remotely access and control EtherScope nXG, engineers can now fully enable and leverage the "locals hands" of field technicians, to expedite problem-solving. Test, verify, and troubleshoot technology upgrades, NBASE-T, 10G and Wi-Fi networks with advanced Android based troubleshooting apps and purpose built test hardware Verify up to 10G Ethernet link performance for critical servers, uplinks and key end devices, and validate Wi-Fi network performance Empowers technicians who may not have access to network management systems or other engineer-level tools, to assess and document complex network deployments with multiple VLANs and Wi-Fi SSIDs Enables remote engineers to troubleshoot and collaborate with on-site technicians to solve tough problems at remote sites, saving time and cost of travel Seamlessly consolidate, analyze, and manage field test data, and integrate with network management systems via the complimentary Link-Live Cloud Service Automatically discover and instantly map your wired and Wi-Fi networks using Link-Live cloud service; speeds troubleshooting and keeps network documentation up-to-date. Exports to Visio Key Features All-in-one to address multiple technologies The EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert has two sets of native Wi-Fi network interfaces: a 4x4 adapter to scan and test Wi-Fi networks, and a 1x1 adapter for remote control connection and testing. Both interfaces support 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax and can show analysis of utilization and status of Wi-Fi channels, SSIDs, BSSIDs, access points, client devices and interferers. The EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert provides visibility of Wi-Fi 6 devices. The EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert has two Ethernet ports. The main test RJ-45 port supports Multi-Gig networks from 10/100/1000 Mbps to 2.5/ 5 /10G to verify link speed SNR, and duplex advertised and connected. It can request and verify PoE power under loan from up to 90W PSE´s. Alternatively, it can interface to fiber networks via single/multi SFP+ to test 1/10Gbps fiber based Ethernet. The second RJ-45 management port connects to 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet for remote control, and conducts network scanning and tests where needed. It is also the port for cable testing. The EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert has built-in Bluetooth v5/BLE and USB interfaces to discover and configure nearby devices. Simplifies tasks and empowers technicians to verify commplex networks with next generation AutoTest The EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert has out-of-the-box AutoTest profiles with best practice pass/fail thresholds for quick assessment of network configurations and services of Wi-Fi and wired networks. Ethernet Network: switch port poE characteristics, VLAN Tagged traffic detection, 802.1x authentication, link speed advertised vs negotiated, DHCP/DNS/Gateway availability and accessibility. Air Quality: assess numer of APs, co-channel and adjacent channel interference, and channel utilization Wi-Fi Network: supports various authentication and security schemes to connect to SSIDs/BSSIDs for coverage by signal/noise, and DHCP/DNS/Gateway availability and accessibility. Multiple profiles can be created for complex networks with multiple VLANs supported per switch port, and Wi-Fi networks with multiple SSIDs each with its own set of IP targets. These can then be organized into profile groups that execute each test against each profile in sequence. The result is that multiple VLANs, and SSIDs can be verified and documented in one go. Since the pre-defined profiles can be executed individually, the profiles group serves as a resource for technicians to verify each specific VLAN or SSID during troubleshooting. With profile groups, engineers can transfer their network configuration and test knowledge to technicians, saving training time and effort. 24-Hour Monitoring for Intermittent Issues Periodic AutoTest: In this mode, AutoTest runs at specified intervals (from 1 minute to 24 hours) and sends the results to Link-Live to view the results over time. This is an effective way to "monitor" aspects of your network for an extended period, or to help diagnose intermittent issues without having to manually execute multiple tests. Results are automatically timestamped and can be prefixed with a user-entered comment for grouping or organization. Test results can be quickly analyzed in Link-Live using the filtering and sorting functions. Email notifications can warn you when errors are found. A number of additional enhancements in version 1.2 expand the use models for EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert, provide more actionable information, and make the network analysis process even more efficient. See the EtherScope nXG v1.2 release notes for additional information. Multi-Gig Link Validation With the expanding deployment of Multi-Gig switching (typically to feed greater bandwith to Wi-Fi 6 access points), users are finding that their cable plant may not support the desired speed. Cable quality, length, installation workmanship, and noise in the environment all can contribute to "downshifting" to lower-than-expected-speeds. Cabling SNR Measurement The EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert can now verify copper media for Multi-Gig capability (1 / 2.5 / 5 / 10G), and provide root cause diagnosis when link speed downshifting occurs. List of Problems Automatically Detected by EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert Wired Network Problems: Bad Subnet Mask Duplicate IP Address DHCP Server not responding EtherScope nXG received multiple DHCP offers EtherScope nXG received used IP from DHCP EtherScope nXG lost DHCP lease max clients on SSID high interface utilization* high interface errors* high FCS errors* high packet discards* detected half-duplex interfaces high CPU utilization* high disk utilization* high memory utilization* recent device reboot* Spanning tree topology change SNMPv3 agent responded to SNMPv1/v2 query Wi-Fi network problems: AP with encryption disabled client with encryption disabled using open authentication using shared key authentication high utilization on channel* high retries on channel* high non-802.11 utilization on channel* co-channel interference threshold (#AP)* co-channel interference AP signal level* high utilization on AP* AP overloaded with clients* high retries on device* BSSID channel changes* RF regulatory violation Wi-Fi AutoTest - Link Validation The Wi-Fi AutoTest runs a series of tests by connecting to a selected wireless network (associate to an AP), providing a status indication of success, warning or fail. This comprehensive test validates not only the Wi-Fi connection, but also each critical supporting network device. (Note: Wi-Fi AutoTest supports connecting to captive portals where a sign-in is required for access; see user guide for instructions.) Wi-Fi Link Test - validates the ability to connect to the selected network. Drilling into the link test provides in-depth information about the SSID, signal strength/SNR, channel utilization, retries and PHY rate. Of note, roams indicates the number of times the unit has disconncted from the previous AP and connected to a different AP with a better signal strenght. The Wi-Fi Link Test graphs save and display data for up to 24 hours in the past, providing a way to "go back in time" to identify specific problem instances. Channel Test - shows the channel on which the AP is operating and the current 802.11 and non 802.11 utilization in real time and plots the percentage of channel capacity used by devices and non 802.11 interference. AP Test - shows the AP name and SSID of the network it supports, its IP and MAC addresses, security, channel (if the BSSID is on multiple channels, the bold number indicates the primary), 802.11 types supported, and client associations (number of clients connected to the AP). DHCP, NS, Gateway results - these validate the availability and performance of critical network services via the Wi-Fi network. Diagnostics on each test provide details on response times and logs for troubleshooting. Path Analysis - can be run from the above network services tests to identify the connection path to the specified service (or server), this is useful to determine if errors or excessive utilization on the wired network may be affecting the particular service. Air Quality Test The Air quality test performs a single scan of the channels in your wireless network to measure channel utilization and interference. Each table on the air quality results screen shows the top four channels in each band with the highest utilization or co-channel interference, along with the number of APs operating on the channel including adjacent channel interference detection in the 5 GHz band (to detect 40 and MHz-wide overlapping BSSIDs). Channel utilization and interference Quickly determine if channels are over utilized with Wi-Fi traffic and/or with non Wi-Fi interference and noise. You can also gain visibility on the level of Wi-Fi traffic and interference over the last 60 seconds on a selected channel, as well as, the access points, clients and interferers using this channel. Drill into details and detect devices that can cause interference, such as, microwave ovens, wireless game controllers, Bluetooth devices, Zigbee devices and wireless video camera. Automated problem detection EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert automatically diagnoses various conditions on both wired and wireless networks and identifies specific problems. Tapping the problems card shows all discovered issues, which can be sorted by severity or time detected. Drill in to see a detailed description of the problem and recommended course of action to mitigate. 10G copper/fiber wired and Wi-Fi performance tests for critical links and key devices The EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert can stress critical network links, such as switch ports to servers/storage/Wi-Fi access points, uplinks or WAN links, with up to four simultaneous data streams at up to 10G line rate. It verifies the link´s compliance to service level agreements (SLA) based on throughput, packet loss, Qos, delay and jitter against peers such as EtherScope nXG, LinkRunner10G, OptiViewXG, or a windows based software reflector agent. Settings for data streams and thresholds for VOIP or video service can be stored and recalled where needed, saving configuration time. Additionally, the EtherScope nXG can use the popular iPerf v3 network test algorithm to test against the NetAlly test accessory. It determines TCP or UDP application throughput through its Wi-Fi or wired interfaces. For key servers/services in the cloud or internet, engineers can pre-define tests and thresholds to verify their connectivity and performance using ping, TCP connect, HTTP or FTP. Continuous testing with response time measurements is available to verify consistency and identify intermittent issues. These tests can be easily recalled by field technicians to reduce configuration time or mistakes, to get more done faster. Performance Test relationships - EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert can conduct performance tests through various end points TCP Connect test - TCP Connect test showing response time over time (up to last 24 hours) Auditing & documenting network security & health The EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert automatically discovers your network through its dual set of Wi-Fi and Ethernet test interfaces immediately upon power up. The discovery provides quick security and health audits of the network devices across multiple VLANs and all Wi-Fi channels. Devices are classified and correlated to provide complete visibility of their name, network addresses, VLAN, SSID, deice type and where available, traffic statistics. Engineers can name and set authorization status for devices discovered. Discovery results can be directly uploaded to the complimentary Link-Live cloud service for storage, conduct detailed analysis of devices discovered with filter and sort tools, or export to CSV/PDF files as documentation. The EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert correlates the discovery result from the wired and Wi-Fi networks and breaks the Layer 2 visibility ceiling. EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert makes it easy to discover the actual identity of a Wi-Fi device by showing its name and IP address while most other Wi-Fi tools only show the MAC address. EtherScope nXG´s discovery can be enriched by accessing SNMP MIBs of infrastructure devices. It shows detail such as device configuration summary, interface configuration and traffic detail, SSIDs supported by WLAN controllers and devices directly connected to switches. Community strings entered are concealed from view. Discover possible security risks caused by users and others: 2nd DHCP offers indicating possible rogue servers, APs with different security schemes, unknown or unauthorized devices, unknown switches granting access to multiple devices and hidden SSIDs. EtherScope nXG´s "Batch Authorization" workflow allows the user to filter discovery data to be a subset of easily identifiable devices, then apply a "label" to the grouping (such as "Authorized" or "Neighbor") to the list of devices. Labeling known/acceptable devices makes it easy to sort/filter and identify unauthorized hosts in subsequent audits - so you have clear knowledge of who and what is on your network and whether they should be there or not.  The EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert discovery automatically detects problems. It shows possible cause(s) for each problem detected, and it has integrated troubleshooting tools to investigate further to get to root cause.  Network topology mapping - integrated wired and Wi-Fi  network diagrams No more struggling to keep manually drawn maps up to date! EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert automatically discovers both your wired and Wi-Fi networks for instant mapping in NetAlly´s Link-Live cloud service. These comprehensive, up-to-the-minute-accurate network diagrams show your network as it is NOW, integrating Layer 2 and Layer 3 topology informatio, including these connections: switch to host, switch to access point, access point to Wi-Fi client, switch to switch, switch to router and router to router hops. Now, users can now interact with the network in a flexible map based user interface to quickly visually identify configuration and topology issues, speeding troubleshooting and automatically create network documentation. EtherScope nXG´s patented discovery engine gathers data from its wired connection (via SNMP and other methods) and from the air (observing Wi-Fi traffic) to generate comprehensive network connectivity maps.  Easy to use filters and map controls allow you to see exactly what you want and how you want it displayed. Quickly identify network and device configuration errors, and see "unknown" switches and rogue devices. Element icons are color-coded to identify errors or warnings; double-clicking on any map element brings up its detailed discovery information, including status, problems, interface information and more. NOTE: customers with AllyCare get access to in-depth map configuration, controls and export to Visio. For information about AllyCare, go to support.netally.com/allycare/ The importance of visualizing your network The faster engineers can "see" what is going on in their network, to know who is on the network and where they are connected and what the path is from "here to here", the faster they can get to root cause when troubleshooting performance issues. This is especially true for maintenance organizations or system integrators who often troubleshoot an "unknown" network. The problem is that traditional methods (CLI or element managers) take too long and present complex data that´s often hard to interpret and difficult to correlate. Documentation is an essential step for any project, such as pre-deployment network assessments and new technology rollouts, but it can take too much time to complete. From the graphical map based user interface, one click sends the map data through a Visio file generator, pre populating the diagram with all discovered devices, links, and corresponding configuration information, saving hours of manual effort, allowing further customization. Ideal for enterprises or service organizations, EtherScope nXG´s mapping function saves hours of manual labor, allowing documentation to keep up as the network changes, or provide instant maps for client projects. Simple "access-anywhere" remote control enables collaboration The EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert has dedicated Wi-Fi and Ethernet management ports that enable a more experienced/knowledgeable remote engineer to control the EtherScope nXG "out of badn" (using VNC) to collaborate with technicians on-site, or to troubleshoot remotely where there is no local staff. But connecting to distant sites via VNC on different networks is difficult or impossible, particularly behind NAT firewalls. With AllyCare-enabled web remote control feature, users can instantly connect to remote units through the Link-Live cloud service - anywhere in the world - for collaborative and remote troubleshooting. At locations with no internet service, the Wi-Fi management port can connect to a personal Wi-Fi hotspot for remote control and upload results to the Link-Live cloud service. Automated test results management Serving as a centralized test result and instrument management system, the complimentary Link-Live cloud service transforms team workflows with the ability to quickly and easily log, document and report test activity from any NetAlly LinkSprinter, LinkRunnerAT, LinkRunner G2, AirCheck G2, OneTouchAT and EtherScope nXG Portable Network testers. Once the tester is connected to the Link-Live cloud service, your test results are automatically uploaded to the dashboard for project management and reporting. You have the option of uploading additional files, screenshots, images, profiles, packet captures, location information and comments anytime. Also, certain NetAlly testers with AllyCare support can receive firmware updates "over the network" from Link-Live as they become available. An API is available to retrieve and integrate data from Link-Live into other management platforms, such as your trouble-ticket application or network management system. It gives you the ability provide proof-of-performance and better manage jobs and staff efficiency. This unified dashboard of both wired and Wi-Fi network connectivity results enables you to: Reduce results managemnt overhead for multiple testers and users Enables seamless collaboration between site personnel and remote experts Simplify report generation across media types for network deployment documentation Attach photos, user comments to each result, adding context for future changes and troubleshooting For asset management, ability to associate serial numbers of installed devices, and/or cable/walljack label to specific test results Multiple advanced troubleshooting tools in one Path Analysis: shows the switch/router path connecting the EtherScope nXG to an IP device on across wired and Wi-Fi networks and even beyond the local network, e.g., from the EtherScope nXG´s Wi-Fi port to a server in the cloud or data center on the internet. The EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert offers built-in tools to conduct further analysis of the devices along the path: view configuration, interface traffic statistics, launch Telnet or browser, conduct port scan, ping and more. Packet capture: from both the Wi-Fi and Ethernet test interfaces. You can capture up to 10G line rate to create a PCAP file of up to 1 GB. Packet slicing and filtering are supported and PAP files can be uploaded to the Link-Live cloud service for easy sharing. Cable test: determine lenght, shorts, and split pairs and locate opens on UTP cable. Verify the wiremap of UTP and ScTP cable with a WireView adapter. It can generate either analog tone or the unique digital tone for the Fluke Networks IntelliTone Probe for quick cable tracing. Android Apps: Users can download apps from the Link-Live app store to accomplish many tasks in addition to testing.  Optical power meter When connected with fiber, the AutoTest Link card has been augmented with the ability to set a reference and display the current power reading relative to that reference. This is useful for saving the power level at the source as a reference, then measuring the fiber power loss at the far end. EtherScope nXG Controlled Edition Allows administrators to temporarily or permanently hardware-disable selective features for restricted environments With the Controlled Edition, administrators can be disable specific EtherScope capabilities allowing the analyzer to be used in restricted or secure environments. The Controlled Edition is ideal for military and agency use, as well as highly secure enterprises. Control may be teporarily achieved via a secure administrator password. To make the controlled configuration permanent, the administrator follows a clear workflow that fully disables the selected functions using eFuses in silicon, that once burned, cannot be reversed, ensuring the security of the unit. Builds upon the enterprise hadened EtherScope to allow hadening by removing capability Allows custom granular control of the exact features and capabilities to be permanently disabled The camera is physically removed while retaining the opening for flashlight operation User accessible deep erasure of all test data upon leaving secured environments Specifications Dimensions: 10,3 cm x 19,5 cm x 5,5 cm Weight: 0,76 kg Battery: Rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack (7,2 V, 6,4 A, 46 Wh) Battery life: Typical operating life is 6 hours; typical charge time is 3 hours Display: 5,0 inch colour LCD with capacitive touchscreen (720 x 1280 pixels) Host Interface: RJ-45 cable test and management port, USB Type A port, USB Type C on-the-Go port SD card port: supports micro SD card storage - up to 32GB supported Memory: Approx. 8 GB available for storing test results and user applications Charging: USB Type-C 45-W adapter; AC input power 100-240V, 50-60 HZ; DC output power 15 V (3 A); RJ-45: 802.3at and 802.3bt PoE Media Access: Copper: 10M/100M/1G/2,5G/5G/10G - Fiber SFP Adapters: 1G/10GBASE-X Supported IEEE Standards: Wired: 802.3/ab//ae/an/bz/i/u/z - Wi-Fi: 802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax - PoE: 802.3af/at/bt, Class 0-8 and UPOE Cable test: Pair lenghts, opens, shorts, splits, crossed, straight through and WireView ID EtherScope nXG has two internal Wi-Fi radios: Wi-Fi testing - 4x4 Dual-band 802.11ac Wave 2 wireless radio Android system Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and Management - 1x1 Dual-band 802.11ac Wave 2 + Bluetooth 5.0 and BLE wireless radio (both are IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax compliant) Specification compliance: IEEE 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n, 802.11ac, 802.1ax - Note: The tester provides 802.11ax visibility using an 802.11ac radio Wi-Fi connectivity: 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n, 802.11ac, 802.11ax - Note: The tester connects to 802.11ax networks using an 802.11ac radio Operating frequencies - Note: These are the center frequencies of the channels that the AirCheck G2 tester supports. Frequencies of channels received: Note: The tester receives on all of the frequencies in very country. 2,4 GHz band: 2.412 - 2.484 GHz (channel 1 to channel 14) 5 GHz band: 5.170 - 5.320 GHz, 5.500 - 5.700 GHz, 5.745 - 5.825 GHz (channels 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 52, 56, 60, 100, 104, 108, 112, 116, 120, 124, 128, 132, 136, 140, 149, 153, 157, 161, 165) Frequencies of channels transmitted: Note: the tester transmits only on the frequencies allowed in the country whre it is operating. 2,4 GHz band 802.11b: 2.412 - 2.484 Ghz (channel 1 to channel 14) 802.11g/n 20 MHz BW (HT20): 2.412 - 2.472 GHz (channel 1 to channel 13) 802.11n 40 MHz BW (HT40): 2.422 - 2.462 GHz (includes all combinations of legal, bonded pairs of channels) 5 GHz band 802.11a/n 20 MHz BW (HT20): 5.180 - 5.320 GHz, 5.500 - 5.700 GHz, 5.745 - 5825 GHz (channels 36, 40, 44, 48, 52, 56, 60, 64, 100, 104, 108, 112, 116, 120, 124, 128, 132, 136, 140, 144, 149, 153, 157, 161, 165) 802.11n 40 MHz BW (HT40/VHT40): 5.190 - 5.310 GHz, 5.510 - 5.670 GHz, 5.755 - 5.795 GHz) includes all combinations of legal, bonded pairs of channels) 802.11ac 80 MHz BW (VHT80): 5.210 - 5.290 GHz, 5.530 - 5.690 GHz, 5.775 GHz (includes all combinations of legal, bonded pairs of channels) Internal Wi-Fi antennas: Three interal 2,4 GHZ, 1.1 dBi peak, 5 GHz, 3.2 dBi peak antennas External directional antenna: Antenna, frequency range 2,4 - 2,5 and 4,9 - 5,9 GHz. Minimum gain 5,0 dBi peak in the 2,4 GHz band and 7,0 dBi peak in the 5 GHz band Operating temperature: 32°F to 113°F (0°C to +45°C) / Note: The battery will not charge if the internal temperature of the device is above 112°F (50°C) Operating relative humidity (% RH without condensation): 90% (50°F to 95°F; 10°C to 35°C) - 75% (95°F to 113°F; 35°C to 45°C) Storage temperature: -4°F to 140°F (-20°C to 60°C) Shock and vibration: Meets the requirements of MILPRF-28800F for Class 3 Equipment Safety: IEC 61010-1:2010: Pollution degree 2 Altitude: Operating: 4.000m, Storage: 12.000m EMC: IEC 61326-1: Basic Electromagnetic Environment; CISPR 11: Group 1, Class A Certifications and Compliance conforms to relevant European Union directives conforms to relevant Australian Safety and EMC standards complies with 47 CFR Part 15 requirements of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission listed by the Canadian Standards Association NPT Reflector software agent supported operating sytems: Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Windows 2008-R2, Windows 2012, Windows 2012-R2, Windows 2016 and Windows 2019 minimum hardware requirement CPU: 1 GHz or better CPU minimum hardware requirement RAM: 1 GB or more RAM minimum hardware requirement Harddisk: 1 GB available space network interface: Ethernet and/or WiFiAvailable downloads: Download EtherScope nXG Quick Start v1.2 Download EtherScope nXG User Guide v1.4 Download EtherScope nXG Data Sheet

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Overview AirMagnet Survey PRO enables network professionals to design, deploy and validate WiFi 6 wireless LAN networks for optimal performance, security and compliance. It also calculates the ideal quantity, placement and configuration of access points for a successful wireless LAN deployment. AirMagnet Survey PRO goes beyond simply verifying RF coverage by plotting actual end-user network performance in terms of connection speed, throughput and packet statistics by allowing you to use any WiFi adapter or AirMapper Site Survey on the AirCheck G2 and EtherScope nXG. AirMagnet Survey PRO helps you get WiFi installations right the first time, preventing costly rework and user complaints. Plan and design WiFi networks without physically rolling out any access points Collect real world data by performing true end-user experience measurements using any WiFi adapter or AirMapper Site Survey on the AirCheck G2 and EtherScope nXG Generate heatmaps that provide full visibility of WiFi coverage, noise SNR, interference, throughput, data rates, retries, loss, Voice-Over-WiFi MOS and more Save time by performing active, passive and spectrum survey in a single walk-through Key Features WiFi 6 Site Survey AirMagnet Surve PRO is a wireless network deployment solution that enables users to measure and assess the true end-user experience of a wireless network using any 802.11 adapter or AirMapper Site Survey on the AirCheck G2 and EtherScope nXG. AirMagnet Survey PRO goes beyong just verifying RF coverage and plots actual end-suer network performance, in terms of throughput and PHY data rates, while taking MU-MIMO and other environmental situations/network configurations into account. The wireless site survey solution reveals the coverage of specific 802.11 parameters that impact perfromance, such as higher MCS schemes and wider channel and intrusion of interference or legacy devices. Results are displayed as a complete WiFi "weather map" of all critical RF and end-user performance metrics. The accountability of "real world" measurements allow IT staff to design and deploy WiFi accurately from start. Helping businesses save time and money, reducing end-user network complaints and recuding costly redesigns of the network. Integration with AirMagnet Planner AirMagnet Planner is built into AirMagnet Survey PRO, providing a single, seamless application as one of the industry´s most complete approaches to wireless LAN design, deployment and ongoing optimization for WiFi 6 networks. With this integrated solution, AirMagnet Planner can be used to accurately design WLANs by modeling building construction materials/obstructions, 802.11 access points and visualizing coverage across multiple floors, then validating the results with real-world data in AirMagnet Survey PRO. Using active end-user performance metrics, users can further perfect their planning models over time. Users also gain additional planning capabilities with the ability to test network plans against the AirWise engine for design requirements. AirMagnet Planner also integrates with AirMagnet Survey Express. "Realworld" Survey Data Collection and Solution of "What-If" Scenarios With the AirMapper app on the AirCheck G2 or EtherScope nXG users can quickly and easily gather location-based WiFi measurements and create visual heat maps of key performance metrics in AirMagnet Survey PRO. Simple to use, the AirMapper app is ideal for quick site surveys of new deployments, change validation and performance verfification. Complete faster and easier WiFi site surveys with an entirely mobile platform Perform enterprise-grade surveys without the need of a dongle or tethered device Collaborate - easily visualize and share survey data through Link-Live cloud service or AirMagnet Survey PRO AirMagnet Survey´s simultaneous wireless site surveying capability leverages multiple adapters plugged into the same PC to provide users with a solution that emulates real-world client behavior (using active and iPerf surveys). Having an accurate wireless emulator tool reduces site surveying time and efforts, cuts cost by half and requires users to walk the floor only once to collect all required data. With this wireless 802.11 site survey tool, users can create "what-if" scenaros to simulate a variety of changes to the network and preview the impacts. Options include changing access point transmit power, channel, SSID settings and the addition of environmental noise. Users can also simulate moving access points to new locations and preview the effect of adding additional access points. AirMagnet Survey PRO empowers users with the option of creating an automated channel plan for access points that avoids interference and over-allocation. Outdoor Wireless Site Surveys With GPS support and integration with Google Earth, AirMagnet Survey PRO provides fully-automated outdoor wireless site surveys. Users can leverage NMAE-compliant GPS devices to automatically collect outdoor wireless data. Users also can import street maps of any city in the world, and have the option to analyze results within the AirMagnet Survey user interface or exported into Google Earth for a zoomed-in view to any street within the city. RF Spectrum and Voice-over-WLAN Surveys Beforem making any design and deployment decisions, users can account for RF interference from non-WiFi devices. Users who own AirMagnet Spectrum XT can collect both WiFi and spectrum analysis data in a single survey and integrate the data into AirMagnet Survey. With this integration, users can visualize the RF energy at any location and identify/display the presence of non-802.11 devices interfering with the WLAN. AirMagnet Survey addresses the challenges faced by network installers and IT staff when deploying VoWLAN networks. With a built-in voice readiness verification system, AirMagnet Survey allow users to ensure that their network design is aligned with the recommendations of the phone vendor. This system also allow users to perform real-world voice surveys by validating and plotting phone call quality, capacity and other voice specific parameters at every location on a floor map helping to identify and minimize issues. Validate user and Application Requirements The AirWise engine allows users to set wireless network design/application requirements, such as signal coverage, wireless network throughput, PHY data rates, 802.11 specific parameters and more to help identify any problem areas. Once set, users are alerted to the areas on the floor map that meet, or do not meet the requirement, enabling them to take the necessary action to solve the coverage, performance or capacity problems. AirWise includes the option to create profiles based on real-world survey data or wireless network modeling data that can be used to verify WLAN deployment readiness for a variety of applications. This single-click assessment of the WLAN network helps save time, effort and money by avoiding costly re-designs of the WLAN network and minimize IT troubleshooting costs. Users can generate a Pass/Fail report that enables an efficient hand-over of results of the survey to the installer or the end-customer. Professional Custom Reports AirMagnet Survey PRO includes a completely integrated reporting module that instantly creates custom outputs of site survey and simulations. Customized templates provide wireless 802.11 site survey users with flexibility by creating various reports based on project requirements. Users can customize reports further by including/excluding sections, adding in notes and customizing logos, headers and footers amongst many other customizable options. Reports can be saved in multiple formats, such as PDF, XML, HTML, Excel or Word. Visualize Coverage and Performance Differences Over Time WiFi environments are very dynamic and to guarantee the best performance for end-users, it is important to be able to verify changes in coverage and performance in the network. AirMagnet Survey´s Diff View feature allows side-by-side visualization of differences between two separate surveys. The Diff View feature helps display how a site´s wireless environment has changed over time. This view is a great tool for System Integrators to drive repeat business of validating the coverage and performance of the network on an on-going basis. Likewise, users can use this feature to quickly compare AirMagnet Planner results with actual site survey results. This information can the be used to fine-tune the dl losses for the building and environmental conditions within Planner for more accurate planning. Integration with WLAN Infrastructure Vendors AirMagnet Survey allows exporting of real-world survey data to Cisco Prime. This is critical for, not only calibrating Cisco´s built-on planner modeling capabilities but also for specialized applications. For example, location services that mandate a calibration site survey for maximizing location accuracy for WLAN clients, or tags and VoWLAN servics that recommend the use of site surveys to validate real-world data versus the predictive capabilities of the infrastructure. Take advantage of the planning capabilities built inside AirMagnet Survey PRO by creating and exporting planner projects directly into Cisco Prime. This integration eliminates the need to repeat these tasks within Cisco Prime, saving users time and resources needed, in setting up of maps, access point placement locations and other WLAN deployment modeling activities. System Requirements for Laptop/Notebook/PC/Tablet PC: Operating Systems: Microsoft Window 8.1 Pro / Enterprise 64 bit or Windows 10 Pro / Enterprise 64 bit Intel Core 2 Duo 2.00 GHz (Intel COre i5 or higher recommended) 4 GB or higher 800 MB free hard disk space USB port or multiple ports in the PC when using multiple adapters AirMagnet-supported wireless network adapter(s) or AirCheck G2/EtherScope nXG with AirMapper (recommended) Optional: AirMagnet Spectrum XT Adapter and license (required for viewing spectrum data and heat map; Survey PRO only) A site map in a format supported by AirMagnet Survey (supported formats are: .bmp, .dib, .dwg, .dxf, .emf, .gif, vsd, .jpg, .wmf, .vdx or .png Google Earth must be installed in order to export the GPS data for outdoor surveys to Google Earth (Survey PRO only) Supported GPS device. Here is a list of GPS devices that have been approved for use with the AirMaget Survey product: Gamin eTrex LEGEND HCx Garmin eTrex Garmin eTrex Legend Garmin GPS18X USB Garmin GPS 18 Deluxe Microsoft GPS-500 SIRF III DeLorme Earthmate GPS LT-20 Magellan eXplorist 500 Pharos iGPS-180 US GlobalSat Buz-353-S4 (recommended) System Requirements for Apple Macbook PRO: Operating Systems: MAC OS X v10.5 (Leopard) or higher running a supported Windows OS (as noted under Laptop/Notebook/PC/Tablet PC section) using Boot Camp Intel based CPU 1.6 GHz or higher 4 GB or higher 800 MB free hard disk space USB Port or multiple ports when using multiple adapters AirMagnet-supported wireless network adapter(s) or AircheckG2/EtherScope nXG with AirMapper (recommended) Optional, AirMagnet Spectrum XT Adapter and license (required for viewing spectrum data and heat map; Survey PRO only) A site map in a format supported by AirMagnet Survey (supported formats are: .bmp, .dib, .dwg, .dxf, .emf, .gif, vsd, .jpg, .wmf, .vdx or .png) Google Earth must be installed in order to export the GPS data for outdoor surveys to Google Earth (Survey PRO only) Supported GPS device. Here is a list of GPS devices that have been approved for use with the AirMagnet Survey product: Garmin eTrex LEGEND HCx Garmin eTrex Garmin eTrex Legend Garmin GPS 18 Deluxe Garmin GPS18X USB Microsoft GPS-500 SIRF III Garmin GPSMap 60 DeLorme Earthmate GPS LT-2 DeLorme Earthmate GPS LT-40 Magellan eXplorist 500 Pharos iGPS-180 US GlobalSat BU-353-S4 (recommended) Supported Adapters: AirMagnet Survey supports two categories of wireless adapters: Preferred Adapters: These adapters have been comprehensively tested by AirMagnet and are recommended for use with AirMagnet Survey PRO. Drivers have been customized for extended feature support. Visit netally.com/products/airmagnet-survey-pro Other Adapters: These adapters can be used with AirMagnet Survey PRO but have not been tested by AirMagnet. Drivers have not been customized, will provide limited features and could provide inaccurate data Note: NetAlly is not responsible for the quality of the test results collected using WiFi adapters not included on the Preferred category. Authentications supported by various adapters vould be limited by their own capabilities, Windows wireless zero configurations and various other reasons.Available downloads: Download AirMagnet Survey PRO Data Sheet Download Site Survey Best Practices - White Paper Download 802.11 USB Adapter USB FL 20 V2 Download AirMagnet Survey PRO Preferred Adapters Download AirMagnet Survey PRO - Comparison Table

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LinkRunner AT Network AutoTester
Overview The LinkRunner AT offers user-configured auto-tests for a wide range of important tasks. This network tester´s quick cable test and switch identification facilitates fast problem isolation. Test results can be automatically uploaded to the Link-Live results management cloud service to improve collaboration between network engineers and technicians, creating greater job visibility, project control and fleet management.  Discover nearest switch name and port information via CDP/LLDP/EDP and verify link speed/duplex and connectivity to TCP/IP network with AutoTest Validate up to 30W 802.3af/at PSE with TruePower loaded Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) test Verify twisted-pair cable length and wire-map in a snap AutoTests verifies and documents PoE, nearest switch, DHCP, DNS and Gateway service, and key devices connectivity in one go Automate reporting and enable collaboration with result upload and management via Link-Live cloud service Key Features Two models: LRAT-2000 and LRAT-1000 LinkRunner AT is available in tow models: LRAT-2000 and LRAT-1000. LinkRunner AT 2000 adds the following exclusive* features: Fiber support* TruePower PoE Power Test up to 30W* IPv6 support* Reflector support* More result storage: 50 instead of 10* Uses Li-ION rechargeable battery instead of AA battery pack * This exclusive features can not be added to the LinkRunner AT 1000. Cable length, Wiremap and Location Users can easily find opens, shorts, miswires and split pairs in three different ways: On non-terminated cable With a WireView Cable Identifier Check patch cord with the built-in wiremap port on the side of the LinkRunner AT Cable location Locate cable runs with toning, switch port advertisement, switch port link light blinking and remote cable identifiers. Toning supports both analog and digital IntelliTone modes. Discover Nearest Switch and VLAN The LinkRunner AT uses the IEEE Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP), along with the Cisco and Extreme Discovery Protocols (CDP and EDP) to display the nearest switch model, slot, port and VLAN configured. The LinkRunner AT displays the following critical nearest switch information: Switch name and model Chassis, slot and port Switch IP Address Voice and Data VLAN IDs Duplex and speed (actual and advertised) Signal strength Connection (MDI or MDI/X) PoE voltage and power (actual and test limit) Graphical representation of power on pairs Packet Reflector The LinkRunner AT features a packet reflector mode that allows the device to be used remotely during end-to-end network path performance tests to validate LAN and WAN throughput capabilities, up to 1Gbps. The reflector mode can be configured to swap MAC and/or IP addresses. LinkRunner AT 2000 supports packet reflection for: OptiView XG Network Analysis Tablet OneTocuh AT Network Assistant EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert MetroScope Service Provider Assistant TruePower PoE Testing - Power Over Ethernet Testing LinkRunner AT features the ability to validate TruePower delivery before installing cameras, access points and phones to ensure a smooth deployment. Quickly validate PoE performance by drawing actual power up to the 802.3at standard 25.5W. Load the circuit to stress switches, cabling and patch panels, all while measuring the voltage and pairs being used. IP V4/V6 Addressing Validate the IPv4 DHCP auto-negotiation process, subnet and DHCP server and verify IPv6 Link-Local and global addressing. Key Service and Device Connectivity LinkRunner AT can perform either a Ping or a TCP port open test to verify connectivity. The test conducted will reveal connection and response time to the default Gateway, preferred DNS server and alternate DNS server. LinkRunner AT can connect to as many as 10 user-defined target devices, servers or services, testing using Ping, or a user-defined TCP port number. If a URL is used as the target, results will include response time and an IP address. 802.1x Authentication Verify access to secure networks using 802.1x and MAC Access Control Lists (ACL). The included LinkRunner AT Manager Software can be used to enable 802.1x and download certificates. Automated Test Results Management Serving as a centralized test results and device management system, the free Link-Live cloud service transforms team workflows with the ability to quickly and easily log, document, and report test activity from all LinkSprinter, LinkRunner AT, LinkRunner G2, AirCheck G2 and OneTouch AT hand-held network testers. Once the instrument is connected to the Link-Live cloud service, your test results are automatically uploaded to the dashboard for project management and reporting. You have the option of uploading additional files, screenshots, images, profiles, packet captures, location information and comments anytime. Also, certain NetAlly instruments with AllyCare ssupport can receive firmware updates "over the network" from Link-Live as they become available. An API is available to retrieve and integrate data from Link-Live into other management platforms, such as your trouble-ticket application or network management system. This gives you the ability to easily provide proof-of-performance and better manage jobs and staff efficiency. This unified dashboard of both wired and WiFi network connectivity results enables you to: Reduce results management overhead for multiple testers and users Enables seamless collaboration between site personnel and remote experts Simplify report generation across media types for network deployment documentation Attach photos, user comments to each result, adding context for future changes and troubleshooting For asset management, ability to associate serial numbers of installed devices, and/or cable/walljack label to specific test results Specifications: Dimensions: 3.5 in x 7.8 in x 1.9 in (8.9 cm x 19.8 cm x 4.8 cm) Weight: 18 oz (0.5 kg) Battery:LRAT-1000: Four AA type, alkaline recommendedLRAT-2000: Removable, rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack (18.5 Watt-hrs) Battery Life: Typical operating life is 6 hours; Typical charge time is 3 hours External AC Adapter / Charger: AC input 90 to 264V AC 48 to 62 Hz input power DC output 15V DC at 1.2 Amps Display: 2.8 in color LCD (320 x 240 pixels) Keypad: 12-key elastomeric Tone Generator: IntelliTone digital tone: (500 KHz); analog tones: (400 Hz, 1 KHZ) Media Access;Copper: RJ-45: 10BASE-T100BASE-TX1000BASE-TPoE (IEEE 802.3af and 802.3at) Media Access; Fiber: SFP Adapter port supports 100BASE-FX and 1000BASE-LX/SX/ZX/ (LRAT-2000 only) Cable tests: Pair lengths, opens, shorts, splits, crossed, straight through and cable ID Power over Ethernet (PoE): single ended testing:User-defined testing to IEEE 802.3at class 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 without LLDP negation, or m4 with LLDP negotiationThe following PSE PoE parameters are measured:A) pairs usedB) received classC) PSE typeD) unloaded voltage (V)E) loaded voltage (V) (LRAT-2000 with TruePower)F) unloaded power (W) (LRAT-1000)G) loaded power (W) (LRAT-2000 with TruePower) Operating Temperature: 32°F to 113°F (0°C to +45°C) NOTE: the battery will not charge if the internal temperature of the tester is above 122°F (50°C) Operating relative humidity (% RH without condensation): 90% (50°F to 95°F; 10°C to 35°C) - 75% (95°F to 113°F; 35°C to 45°C) Storage temperature: -4°F to 140°F (-20°C to +60°C) Shock and vibration: Random, 2 g, 5 Hz-500 Hz (Class 2) 1 m drop Safety: EN 61010-1 2nd edition Saftey (LR-AT 2000 only); EN/IEC 60825-1:2007, EN/IEC 60825-2:2004+ A1:2007 (LRAT-2000 only) Altitude: 4.000 m; Storage 12.000m EMC: IEC 61326-1: Basic Electromagnetic Environment; CISPR 11: Group 1, Class A Supported operating systems: Windows Vista, Win XP, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10 CPU: 400 MHz Pentium processor or equivalent (minimum); 1 GHz Pentium processor or equivalent (recommended) RAM: 96 Mb (minimum; 256 MB (recommended) Hard disk: Up to 500 MB of available space may be required Display: 1024 x 768 high color, 32 bit (recommended) conforms to relevant European Union directives conforms to relevant Australian Safety and EMC standardsAvailable downloads: Download LinkRunner Datasheet Download LinkRunner Quick Start Guide ENG Download EC Declaration of Conformity LRAT

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AirCheck G2 Wireless tester Kit
The AirCheck G2 provides fast, easy and accurate Wi-Fi validation and problem resolution and reduces the time it takes to resolve WLAN problems. The AirCheck G2 helps to make WLAN testing easier and allows even less experienced technicians to solve more problems. He provides the following: A robust, purpose-built handheld tester that supports the latest Wi-Fi technologies (802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax) A one-touch AutoTest provides a quick pass/fail result of the WLAN environment and identifies general problems Instantly view results including network availability, connection, application, throughpat, security settings, rogue search and fault detection. Link with centralized report and test result management, link live for greater task visibility, project control, and fleet management for larger distributed environments. Overview The AirCheck G2 integrates Wi-Fi technology with interference detection, transmission channel acquisition and iPerf performance testing. With the one-touch autotest, instant access to detailed information quickly fixes problems at the most common vulnerabilities on Wi-Fi networks, including: Network coverage issues Overload of networks and channels slow connections connection issues faulty Access Points Unauthorized Access Points Client issues Unauthorized Clients Main functions The AirCheck G2 provides instant access to network, channel, acces point, client and interference data that works instantly from the main screen along with push button testing, wireless and wired. Networks Quickly view all networks in the environment and the critical parameters for each network, including signal level, signal-to-noise ratio, security type and number of Access Points. Find common problems such as mixed security types, poor signal strength, or lack of secondary Acces Point coverage. Sort or filter by any parameter you like. Then investigate more details for each network, including 802.11 supported types, number of connected clients, channels and more. On the Network details page, you can find a list of Access Points or clients on the network. Channels Quickly identify whether channels with 802.11 WLAN traffic and/or non-WLAN interference and noise are overloaded. Automatic detection of devices that can cause interference, such as microwaves, wireless games controllers, Bluetooth devices, Zigbee devices and wireless video cameras. You can also research deeper to see Wi-Fi traffic and last 60 seconds interference on a selected channel, as well as Access Points, clients and interferers on that channel. Explore deeper to see the traffic volume and noise in the last 60 seconds on a selected channel and the Access Points using the channel. Access Points Quickly view all the Access Points in the environment and critical parameters for each, including signal level, signal-to-noise ratio, safety type and channel. Find common problems such as incorrect safety type, poor signal strength, or incorrect channel. Sort of filter by any parameter. Then go into detail for each Access Point, including the number of connected clients, supported speeds, 802.11n and 802.11ac functions, and more. On the Access Point details page, you will find a list of connected clients or the channel on which the Access Point is working to check the utilization of each channel or common channel interference. Set the status of access control for the Access Points in the environment to track authorized, neighboring, and potential unauthorized devices on your network. Clients Quickly view all client devices connected to or searching for a network. See critical parameters for each device including signal strength, channel and connected Access Point. Find common problems such as clients connected to the wrong Access Point or undetected client devices connected to the network.  Sort or filter by any parameter. Then inspect each client in greater detail, including connection speed and security type. On the client side, investigate the connected channels more closely or quickly find the client device.  Interference sources Other devices can work on the same bands as your Access Point. See what other devices in your environment can affect the wireless network. Investigate more details on all interference events, including average power levels, duty cycles, affected channels and time of last observation. Then use the LOCATE function to detect them and remove an interfering device. AutoTest AutoTest - Performs the following essential Wi-Fi tests and gives a pass or fail indication fo the wireless environment and identifies common problems - for each level of expertise. 802.11 utilization Reports the first three chanals in each band (2.4 GHz and 5 GHz) with the highest 802.11 WiFi traffic transmission time utilization. Non 802.11 utilization Reports the first three channels in each band (2.4 GHz and 5 GHz) with the highest non-802.11 transmit time utilization. This indicates existing sources of interferences and high noise levels. Interference between channels Reports the first three channels in each band (2.4 GHz and 5 GHz) with the most Access Points on the same channel exceeding the minimum signal level limit. It takes into account 40 MHz and 80 MHz channels in the 5 GHz band by counting an Access Point on its primary and each secondary channel. A list of Access Points for co-channel interference is then displayed. Interference from neighbouring channels Reports the first three channels in the 2.4 GHz band where Access Points may find interference from neighboring channels. For each channel on which at least one Access Point is found, the tester counts how many Access Points are working on other channels that overlap with that channel. The AutoTest considers 20 MHz and 40 MHz channels in the 2.4 GHz band. A list of Access Points for co-channel interference is then displayed.  Network quality Checks coverage, interference, security and ability to connect to specifed networks, as well as availability of critical network services such as DHCP and connection to specified network destinations. Unauthorized devices Reports Access Points that are unauthorized devices. These devices can compromise network security on the network. Ethernet Test Access Points must have a working backhaul connection to the network and this is validated by the AirCheck G2´s built-in Ethernet test. Perform diagnostics and testing for Power over Ethernet (PoE), switch connection, DHCP, gateway and Internet connection. Get VLAN, switch nae and port information via CDP/LLDP/EDP for switches your manage. More detailed insight into certain details For all devices and events found by the AirCheck G2, additional information is available to better understand the particularities of a device and support troubleshooting. The user does not need to try to compare information in a beacon or analyze association requirements to get complete information about Access Points and clients. More tools and features In addition to the primary screens, the AirCheck G2 has several additional features that allow users to quickly test and validate their wireless network. These are available as additional options from the various detail and device screens. Establishing a connection with the network Check network availability and access to critical services by connecting to a network (SSID) or Access Point with a single button press on the button. Important test steps include: Connection to an Access Point Requesting and Receiving an IP Address from a DHCP server Pinging the default gateway and DNS servers for availability Perform a ping or TCP port test for up to ten network destinations Running signal strength, signal-to-noise ratio and repetition rate measurements   Performing an iPerf Performance Test After connecting to a network or Access Point an iPerf based performance test can be performed to verify throughput at that site. Tests are performed for upload and download traffic and can be configured for the following purposes: Protocol to use (TCP vs. UDP) Port to use to initiate the test Duration of the performance test When running an iPerf test the user can either use an iPerf server that they set up themselves, or they can use the iPerf server running on the NETSCOUT test accessory. The test accessory is a small PoE or battery powered device that plugs into an Ethernet port and with the AirCheck G2 can essentially work as an iPerf server in your pocket. It is managed from NETSCOUT´s Link-Live Cloud Management platform and is automatically detected by AirCheck in the following cases: It is located in the same subnet as the AirCheck wireless connection It is located in the same subnet as the last Ethernet test of the AirCheck It has been incorporated into the same link live organization as the user´s AirCheck G2, and the AirCheck G2 has link live connectivity With the test accessories it is as easy as selecting the desired device from a list on the screen and then starting the test.  Performing a roaming test The AirCheck G2 provides a roaming test that allows the user to check if a network has sufficent overlaps to allow smooth and seamless roaming across the entire site. Roaming tests can be performed after connecting to a network. The AirCheck G2 continuously pings a user-selected target resource and provides detailed information about current network quality and ping statistics as the user moves around the site.  Finding devices of interest Track rogue Access Points and unauthorized clients by tracking the real-time signal strength meter and graph over time. Acoustic signaling is provided and the use of a USB headset for private audio is suppported. Explore deeper to see the traffic volume and noise in the last 60 seconds on a selected channel and the Access Points using that channel. Included in delivery: AirCheck G2 Wireless tester with test accessories power supply with 4 international adapters soft carry case external directional antenna (RP-SMA Plug) bag with shoulder strap USB cable Car charger Quick guideAvailable downloads: Download AirCheck G2 Datasheet Download AirCheck G2 Benutzerhandbuch

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Horizontal wall mount for Cisco series and Juniper Mist access points
Horizontal wall mount for Cisco series and Juniper / Mist Access points made of tin with closeable lid.   Material: 1mm tin Colour: white or coated Weight: approx. 890 gr. Measurements: L x W x H in mm: 227 x 150 x 122 mm     compatible with following Cisco series: 1500 series 1600 series 1700 series 1800 series 2600 series 2700 series 2800 series 3600 series 3700 series 3800 series 4800 series 9100 9105AX 9115AX 9117AX 9120AX 9124AX 9130AX 9136 9164 9166     compatible with following Juniper/Mist access points: AP34 AP41 AP43 AP45Available downloads:Download CM-CAPWLL-1 Datasheet 

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LinkRunner G2 smart wired network tester
Overview The LinkRunner G2 smart wired network tester simplifies network validation and configuration of copper and fiber Ethernet networks, streamlining workflows by combining essential functions of installation and triage in a single, ruggeddized unit. Accelerate deployments, speed problem identification, and improve the efficiency and effectiveness of network operations with this next generation Android based tester. The LinkRunner G2 contains all test features available in the LinkRunner AT but features an intuitive design that runs Android based apps with smartphone like features. Discover nearest switch name and port information via CDP/LLDP/EDP and verify link speed/duplex and connectivity to TCP/IP network with AutoTest Validate 90W Power-over-Ethernet (PoE), complex VLAN and DHCP configurations in one AutoTest - useful during IoT, VoIP and WiFi deployment Install and run preferred Android based apps for speed tests, device configuration and workflow management with smartphone like features Automate reporting and enable collaboration with result upload and management via Link-Live cloud services Key Features Discover Nearest Switch and VLAN The LinkRunner G2 uses the IEEE Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP), along with the Cisco and Extreme Discovery protocols (CDP and EDP) to display the nearest switch model, slot, port and VLAN configured. The LinkRunner G2 displayes critical nearest switch information including: Switch name and model Switch chassis, slot and port # Switch IP Address VLAN´s supported Duplex and speed (actual and advertised) Signal Strenght Connection (MDI or MDI/X) PoE voltage and power (actual and test limit) Graphical representation of power on pairs True Power PoE loaded Test for up to 90W LinkRunner G2 is the first field tester able to validate loaded PoE performance by drawing actual power up to 802.3bt 90W across all four pairs. The device loads the circuit to stress switches, cabling and patch panels, all while measuring the voltage and pairs being used. LinkRunner G2 uses the TruePower test to validate the power delivery before installing IoT connected devices to ensure a smooth deployment. Get Answeres Fast without AutoTest The LinkRunner G2 Li-ION battery can be charged via PoE and can power up in just seconds from its standby mode. The enhanced AutoTest performs a set of complex connectivity tests in seconds. LinkRunner G2 quickly and accurately validates various network health variables: PoE loaded test up to 90W Link speed and duplex (actual and advertised) RX pair, polarity and signal level 802.1x authentication Discover the nearest switch/slot/port and data/Voice VLAN List all VLANs seen from the switch port DHCP discovery with vendor classification ID and shows Option 60 and Option 150 response, commonly used in VoIP and WiFi deployment and show subnet and DHCP server addresses Gateway and DNS server availability and responsiveness Ping or TCP port connectivity tests to an unlimited number of user-defined targets Packet Reflector The LinkRunner G2 features a packet reflector mode that allows the device to be used as a remote endpoint during end-to-end network path performance tests to validate LAN and WAN throughput capabilities up to 1Gbps. LinkRunner G2 supports reflection for:  OptiView XG Network Analysis Tablet OneTouch AT Network Assistant Comparing to LinkRunner AT The LinkRunner G2 has 6 key values over that of LinkRunner AT: Complete PoE validation: functionally test voltage, draw power, up to 90W from PSE´s and measure voltage from PoE injectors Verify complex network readiness for WiFi access point and VoIP phone deployment: automatic VLAN visibility in AutoTest and support for DHCP options 43, 60 and 150 AutoTest for testing the network at different sizes or stages of completion: versatile "Stop After" setting, unlimited number IP Targets of connectivity test, "Continuous" testing function to verify connectivity consistency to IP Target and large internal and external storage for test results and site data Do more while connected to the switch to reduce trips back and forth to MDF/IDF: detects link speed issues due to cable faults, utilize 90W PoE power, and add pictures or comments to test results directly from LinkRunner G2 Run Android apps to consolidate workflows: configure devices, interact with corporate systems or the internet with a web browser and run a functional test Advanced troubleshooting functions: Protocol capture and VLAN monitor Smart Tester that runs Android Apps The LinkRunner G2 is the first network tester that features smartphone like qualities, such as a 5" touch screen with built-in camera, flashlight, and running the Android OS. Many job-related Android apps can be downloaded to the unit, eliminating the need to use a separate personal tablet or smartphone for the task. With the optional WiFi and Bluetooth function, and dedicated copper and fiber Ethernet interfaces, LinkRunner G2 can communicate directly with many end-devices for configuration. Because the apps that can be pre-loaded onto the LinkRunner G2 can be controlled, it poses less of a security risk than a personal smart phone. Example of a typical workflow with LinkRunner G2: Receive a trouble ticket View PDFs or other documents that are needed for the job Verify PoE and network connectivity via AutoTest Automatically document test results on unit or to the Link-Live cloud service On-board camera to document installed devices, scan QR/barcodes, etc. Configure any device that supports an Android app or the Chrome browserA) Configure an IoT device (security camera, access point, digital lighting controller, HVAC)B) Telnet into a switchC) Run a speed test to the internet To view applications available on the LinkRunner G2, visit https://link-live.com/public/apps Programmable AutoTest Profile for IoT Projects Some IoT systems installations require conducting network services tests at various stages of deployment. The necessary AutoTest Profiles can be created, such that the LinkRunner G2´s will test for the specific configuration needed at each installation stage, providng clear Pass/Fail documentation of the deployment. Additional information can be appended to the test results, such as images of the location where the device is deployed (using LinkRunner G2´s onboard camera), the serial number of the IoT devices as scanned by a barcode app and technician comments. Key Service and Device Connectivity LinkRunner G2 can run ping, TCP port open, or HTTP connection tests. The test conducted will reveal connection and response time to the default Gateway, preferred DNS server and alternate DNS server. The LinkRunner G2 connection test supports unlimited user-defined target devices, servers or services, based on IP address or URL. Continuous testing can be executed on a specific target to verify intermittent behavior, based on response time. Cable Length, Wiremap and Location Easily find opens, shorts, miswires and split pairs three different ways: On non-terminated cable With a WireView Cable Identifier With the built-in wiremap port on the side of the LinkRunner AT LinkRunner G2 has the unique capability to detect and test distance to open even when the cable is connected to a switch Cable location Locate cable runs with toning, switch port advertisement, switch port link light blinking and remote cable identifiers. Toning supports both analog and digital IntelliTone modes. 802.1x Authentication Verify access to secure networks using 802.1x and MAC Access Control Lists (ACL). Users can also configure 802.1x EAP type and enter passwords. Automated Test Result Management Serving as a centralized test result and device management system, the free Link-Live cloud service transforms worksflows with the ability to quickly and easily log, document and resport test activity from all LinkSprinter, LinkRunner AT, LinkRunner G2, AirCheck G2 and OneTouch  AT hand-held network testers. Once the instrument is connected to the Link-Live cloud service, your test results are automatically uploaded to the dashboard for project management and reporting. You have the option of uploading additional files, screenshots, images, profiles, packet captures, location information and comments anytime. Also, certain NetAlly instruments with AllyCare Support can receive firmware updates "over the network" from Link-Live as they become available. An API is available to retrieve and integrate data from Link-Live into other management platforms, such as your trouble ticket application or network management system. This gives you the ability to easily provide proof-of-performance and better manage jobs and staff efficiency. This unified dashboard of both wired and WiFi network connectivity results enables you to: Reduce results management overhead for multiple testers and users Enables seamless collaboration between site personnel and remote experts Simplify report generation across media types for network deployment documentation Attach photos, user comments to each result, adding context for future changes and troubleshooting For asses management, ability to associate serial numbers of installed devices, and/or cable/walljack label to specific test results Specifications: Dimensions: 3.8 in 7.7 in x 1.6 in (9.7 cm x 19.6 cm x 4.1 cm) Weight: 18 oz (0.51 kg) Battery: Rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack (3.6 V, 6 Ah, 21 Wh) Battery Life: Typical operating life is 4 hours. Typical charge time is 3 hours Display: 5.0 in color LCD with capacitive touch screen (480 x 800 pixels) Keypad: 1-key elastometric (power only) Host Interface: Mirco USB On-the-Go port USB port: USB 2.0 Type A port SD Card slot: supports Micro SD Cable test: Pair length, crossed, reversed and distance to open, short, split Tone Generator: Digital tone (455 KHz); Analog tones: (400 Hz, 1 KHz) Ports: A) RJ-45 copper port 10/100/1000BASE-TB) 100/1000BASE-XC) Fiber addapter port, fiber port supports standard SFP  External AC Adapter / Charger: AC input 90-264 Vac 48-62 Hz input power DC output 15 Vdc at 2 amps or RJ-45 via PoE Operating Temperature: 32°F to 113°F (0^C bis +45°C) Operating relative humidity (% RH without condensation): 90% (50°F to 95°F; 10°C to 35°C) - 75% (95°F to 113°F; 35°C bis 45°C) Shock and vibration: 1 m drop test, Random, 3.8 grms, 5 Hz-500 Hz (Class 2) Safety: IEC 61010-1:2010: Pollution degree 2 Altitude: 4.000m; Storage: 12.000m EMS: IIEC 61326-1:2013: Basic Electromagnetic Environment; CISPR 11: Group 1, Class A conforms to relevant EU directives conforms to relevant Australian Safety and EMC Standards complies with 47 CFR Part 15 requirements of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission conforms to relevant South Korean EMC StandardsAvailable downloads: Download LinkRunner G2 Quick Start English

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LinkRunner 10G Advanced Ethernet Tester
Overview Introducing the new LinkRunner 10G Advanced Ethernet Tester, the most cost effective solution for 10 Gig network testing. LinkRunner 10G simplifies testing and configuration of copper and fiber Ethernet networks, streamlining workflows by combining essential functions of installation and triage in a single, ruggedized unit. The next generation Android based tester delivers complete network validation and troubleshooting, from the media (copper/fiber) to the application (Layers 1-7), accelerating deployments, speeding problem identification and improving the efficiency and effectiveness of network installers and operations teams. Install, test, verify and troubleshoot technology upgrades, Multi-Gig (NBASE-T) and10G networks with advanced Android based troubleshooting apps and purpose built test hardware Physical layer testing includes cable (TDR) testing, toning, wiremapping and cable SNR (Signal-to Noise Radio) for Multi Gig links Compatibility with standards compliant SFPs enables test and validation of any wired media (copper or fiber) for a variety of use models Validate up to 90W 802.3bt PSE with TruePower loaded Power over Ethernet (PoE) test Serves as a peer to the EtherScope nXG for line-rate performance testing to verify network capacity, performance and QoS, as well as service provider SLAs between sites Key Features Flexible Platform for a variety of testing needs The LinkRunner 10G has two Ethernet ports. The main test RJ-45 port supports Multi-Gig networks from 10/100/1000 Mbps to 2.5/5/10G to verify link speed, SNR and duplex advertised and connected. It can request and verify PoE power under load from uip to 90W PSE´s. Alternatively, it can interface to fiber networks via single/multi mode SFP+ to test 1/10Gbps fiber based Ethernet. The second RJ-45 management port connects to 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet for remote control, and conducts network scanning and tests where needed. It is also the port for cable testing. In addition to fiber optic transceivers (SX, LX, SR, LR, ZX, singlemode, multimode, etc.) the SFP+ slot can be utilized with a variety of standards-based interfaces, such as TwinAx or other Direct Attach Copper (DAC) cables, and vendor specific transceivers. As an Android based device, LinkRunner 10G can use a variety of apps from the Live-Live app store for a variety of uses. The USB-A port provides connectivity for added USB adapters and third party accessories such as printers, barcode scanners, fiber optic inspection cameras and more. The use of a USB based WiFi adapter (such as the Edimax AC1200 for 802.11ac/b/g/n) provides for connectivity and wireless testing using a third party app. The USB-C port is compatible with higher power USB-C chargers, as well as external power packs for all day portable use. Simplifies tasks and empowers technicians to verify complex networks with the next generation AutoTest The LinkRunner 10G has out-of-the-box AutoTest profiles with best practice pass/fail thresholds for quick assessment of network configurations and services. AutoTest Element Configurations include: Switch port PoE validation up to 90W from PSE and TruePower load testing 802.1x autthentication Link speed/duplex advertised vs. actual, Multi-Gig link SNR measurement VLAN tagged traffic detection & monitoring Witch port identification with interface stats, connected devices and drill-down DHCP availability, response time, automatic detection fo 2nd DHCP offer and connect log DNS lookup (forward/reverse) availability and response time Gateway availability and response time Active connection test targets (Ping or TCP Connect) End-user response time measurement via HTTP Multiple profiles can be created for complex networks with multiple VLANs supported per switch port, each with its own set of IP targets. These can then be organized into profile groups that execute each test against each profile in sequence. The result is that multiple VLANs can be verified and documented in one go. Since the pre-defined profiles can be executed individually, the profiles group serves as a resource for technicians to verify each specific VLAN during troubleshooting. With profile groups, engineers can transfer their network configuration and test knowledge to technicians, saving training time and effort. Multi-Gig Link Validation With the expanding deplayment of Multi-Gig switching (typically to feed greater bandwith to WiFi 6 access points), users are finding that their cable plant may not support the desired speed. Cable quality, length, installation workmanship, and noise in the environment all can contribute to "downshifting" to lower-than-expected-speeds. Cabling SNR Measurement - LinkRunner 10G can now verify copper media for Multi-Gig capability (1 / 2.5 / 5 / 10G), and provide root cause diagnosis when link speed downshifting occurs. 24 hour monitoring for intermittent issues Periodic AutoTest: In this mode, AutoTest runs at specified intervals (from 1 minute to 24 hours) and sends the results to Link-Live to view the results over time. This is an effective way to "monitor" aspects of your network for an extended period, or to help diagnose intermittent issues without having to manually execute multiple tests. Results are automatically timestamped and can be prefixed with a user-entered comment for grouping or organization. Test results can be quickly analyzed in Link-Live using the filtering and sorting functions. Email notifications can warn you when errors are found. 10G copper/fiber wired performance tests for critical links and key devices The LinkRunner 10G works as a test peer with the EtherScope nXG Network Performance Test (NPT) to stress critical network links, such as switch ports to servers/storag/WiFi access points, uplinks or WAN links, with up to four simultaneous data streams at up to 10G line rate. It verifies the link´s compliance to service level agreements (SLA) based on throughput, packet loss, QoS, delay and jitter. This performance test can be run at up to full line rate in order to measure the top end bandwith and quality of your network from end-to-end, or for particular network segments. It can also be utilized to bench test switches for optimal configuration prior to rollout into production. For troubleshooting on a production network (where excessive test traffic could be detrimental), many users will configure the NPT feature with a low stream of traffic (even just 128 Kbps) in order to characterize network quality, identify possible packet loss, delay and jitter and validate Qos. Settings for data streams and thresholds for VoIP or video service can be stored and recalled where needed, saving configuration time. For key servers/services in the cloud or internet, engineers can pre-define tests and thresholds to verify their connectivity and performance using ping, TCP connect, HTTP or FTP. Continuous testing with response time measurements is available to verify consistency and identify intermittent issues. These tests can be easily recalled by field technicians to reduce configuration time or mistakes, to get more done faster. List of problems automatically detected by LinkRunner 10G discovery enabled Bad Subnet Mask Duplicate IP Address DHCP server not responding LinkRunner 10G received used IP from DHCP LinkRunner 10 lost DHCP lease max clients on SSID high interface utilization* high interface errors* high FCS errors* high packet discards* detected half-duplex interfaces high CPU unilization* high disk utilization* high memory utilization* recent device reboot* spanning tree topology change SNMPv3 Agent Responded to SNMPv1/v2 Query (* problems detected wither user-definable threshold) Additional troubleshooting tools Packet capture: You can capture up to 10G line rate to create a PCAP file of up to 1 GB. Packet slicing and filtering are supported and PCAp files can be uploaded to the Link-Live cloud service for easy sharing. Cable test: determine length, shorts, and split pairs and locate opens on UTP cable. Verify the wiremap of UTP and ScTP cable with a WireView adapter. It can generate either analog tone or the unique digital tone for the Fluke Networks IntelliTone Probe for quick cable tracing. Android Apps: users can download apps from the Link-Live app store to accomplish many tasks in addition to testing. Automated test results management Serving as a centralized test result and device management system, the free Link-Live cloud service transforms team workflows with the ability to quickly and easily log, document and report test activity from all LinkSprinter, LinkRunner AT, LinkRunner G2, LinkRunner 10G, AirCheck G2 handheld network testers. Once the instrument is connected to the Link-Live cloud service, your test results are automatically uploaded to the dashboard for project management and reporting. You have the option of uploading additional files, screenshots, images, profiles, packet captures, location information and comments anytime. Also, certain NetAlly instruments with AllyCare support can receive firmware updates "over the network" from Link-Live as they become available. An API is available to retrieve and integrate data from Link-Live into other management platforms, such as your trouble ticket application or network management system. This gives you the ability to easily provide proof-of-performance and better manage jobs and staff efficiency. This unified dashboard of both wired and WiFi network connectivity results enables you to: reduce results management overhead for multiple testers and users enables seamless collaboration between site personnel and remote experts Attach photos, user comments to each result, adding context for future changes and troubleshooting for asset management, ability to associate serial numbers of installed devices, and/or cable/walljack label to specific test results WiFi network visibility With the use of a USB-A based WiFi adapter (such as Edimax AC1200 for 802.11ac/b/g/n) provides for connectivity and wireless testing using a third party apps, available for download from the Link-Live app store. While not nearly as powerful as the tools available in EtherScope nXG or AirCheck G2, this capability provides an essential level of visibility where needed. Note, other than the upload/attachment of screen captures, there is no integration from third party apps with Link-Live. Information collected from these apps can not be saved to Link-Live (another reason to utilize EtherScope nXG or AirCheck G2 for WiFi troubleshooting.) AllyCare - Enabled features deliver advanced troubleshooting capabilities(The following features below are only available to customers with AllyCare support on their LinkRunner 10G. Visit support.netally.com/allycare Discovery - Know who and what is on your network The LinkRunner 10G discovery app automatically discovers your network immediatley upon power-up. The discovery provides quick security and health audits of the network devices across multiple VLANs and subnets. Devices are classified and correlated to provide complete visibility of thier name, network addresses, VLAN, SSID, device type, and where available, traffic statistics. Engineers can name and set authorization status for devices discovered. Discovery results can be directly uploaded to the complimentary Link-Live cloud service for storage, conduct detailed analysis of devices discovered with filter and sort tools, or export to CSV/PDF files as documentation. LinkRunner´s discovery can be enriched by accessing SNMP MIBs of infrastructure devices. It shows details such as device configuration summary, interface configuration and traffic detail, SSIDs supported by WiFi controllers, and devices directly connected to switches. Community strings entered are concealed from view. Discover possible security risks caused by users and others: 2nd DHCP offers indicating possible rogue servers, unknown switches granting access to multiple devices. The LinkRunner 10G´s discovery automatically detects problems. It shows possible cause(s) for each problem detected, and it has integrated troubleshooting tools to investigate further to get to root cause. Switch Management Drill into switch interfaces via SNMP for additional diagnostics, including trend graphs on utilization, errors, discards, half-duplex (HDX), RSTP and recent reboots. Path Analysis Shows the switch/router path connecting the LinkRunner 10G to an IP device on across wired and WiFi networks and even beyond the local network, e.g., from the LinkRunner 10G´s test port to a server in the cloud or data center. The LinkRunner 10G offers built-in tools to conduct further analysis of the devices along the path: view configuration, interface traffic statistics, launch Telnet of browser, conduct port scan, ping and more. Simple "Access-Anywhere" Remote Control LinkRunner 10G permits a remote engineer to control the EtherScope nXG "out of band" (using VNC) to collaborate with technicians on-site, or to troubleshoot remotely where there is no local staff. But connecting to distant sites via VNC on different networks is difficult or impossible, particularly behind NAT firewalls. With the AllyCare-enabled web remote control, users can instantly connect to remote units through the Link-Live cloud service - anywhere in the world - for collaborative and remote troubleshooting. Network Topology Mapping - Integrated Wired and WiFi Network Diagrams No more struggling to keep manually drwan maps up to date! LinkRunner 10G (with AllyCare support) automatically discovers both your wired and WiFi networks for instant mapping in NetAlly´s Link-Live cloud service. These comprehensive, up-to-the-minute-accurate network diagrams show your network as it is NOW, integrating Layer 2 and Layer 3 topology information, including these connections: switch to host, switch to Access Point, Access Point to WiFi client, switch to switch, switch to router and router to router hops. Now, users can now interact with the network in a flexible map-based user interface to quickly visually identify configuration and topology issues, speeding troubleshooting and automatically create network documentation. The LinkRunner 10G´s patented discovery engine gathers data from its wired connection (via SNMP and other methods) and from the air (observing WiFi traffic) to generate comprehensive network connectivity maps. Easy to use filters and map controls allow you to see exactly what you want and how you want it displayed. Quickly identify network and device configuration errors and see "unknown" switches and rogue devices. Element icons are color-coded to identify errors or warnings; double-clicking on any map element brings up its detailed discovery information, including status, problems, interface information and more. The importance of visualizing your network The faster engineers can "see" what is going on in their network, to know who is on the network and where they are connected, and what the path is from "here to there", the faster they can get to root cause when troubleshooting performance issues. This is especially true for maintenance organizations or system integrators who often troubleshoot an "unknown" network. The problem is that traditional methods (CLI or element managers) take too long and present complex data that´s often hard to interpret and difficult to correlate. Documentation is an essential step for any project, such as pre-deployment network assessments and new technology rollouts, but it can take too much time to complete. From the graphical map based user interface, one click sends the map data through a Visio file generator, pre-populating the diagram with all discovered devices, links, and corresponding configuration information, saving hours of manual effort, allowing further customization. Ideal for enterprises or service organizations, LinkRunner 10G´s mapping function saves hours of manual labor, allowing documentation to keep up as the network changes, or provide instant maps for client projects. Specifications: Dimensions: 4.05 in x 7.67 in x 2.16 in (10.3 cm x 19.5 cm x 5.5 cm) Weight: 1.68 oz (0.77 kg) Battery: Rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack (7.2V, 6.4 A, 46 Wh) Display: 5.0 in color LCD with capacitive touch screen (720 x 1280 pixels) Host inferfaces: RJ-45 and SFP Analysis ports, RJ-45 cable test port and management port, USB Type-A port and USB Type-C On-the-Go port SD card slot: supports micro SD storage - up to 64GB supported Memory: Approx. 8 GB available for storing test results and user applications, 1 GB packet capture buffer Charging: USB Type-C 45W adapter: 100-240 Vac, 50-60 Hz; DC output power 15 V (3 A) Media Access: Copper: 10M/100M/1G/2.5G/5G/10G - Fiber SFP Adapters: 1G/10GBASE-X Supported IEEE Standards: Wired: 802.3/ab/ae/an/bz/i/u/z - PoE: 802.3af/at/bt/, Class 0-8 and UPOE Cable Test: Pair lenghts, opens, shorts, split pairs, crossed, straight through and WireView ID Multi-Gig link Signal-to-Noise (SNR) measurement (5 db threshold) Operating temperature: 32°F to 113°F (0°C to +45°C) Operating relative humidity (% RH without condensation): 90% (50°F to 95°F; 10°C to 35°C) - 75% (95°F to 113°F; 35°C to 35°C) Storage temperature: -4°F to 140°F (-20°C to +60°C) Shock and vibration: Meets the requirements of MIL-PRF-28800F for Class 3 Equipment Safety: IEC 61010-1:2010: Pollution degree 2 Altitude Operating: 4.000 m; Storage: 12.000 m EMC: IEC 61326-1: Basic Electromagnetic Environment; CISPR 11: Group 1, Class A conforms to relevant European Union directives conforms to relevant Australian Safety and EMC standards complies with 47 CFR Part 15 requirements of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission listed by the Canadian Standards AssociationAvailable downloads: Download LinkRunner 10G Data Sheet NetAlly-LR10G-DS-20-V4 Download LinkRunner 10G Quick Start Guide (English) Download LinkRunner 10G User Guide v1.4 Download LinkRunner Capability Comparison (2021)

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EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert
Overview The EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert is a multi-technology, all-in-one handheld network analyzer that enables engineers and technicans to get more done faster, from deployment to maintenance and documentation of their everchaning Wi-Fi and Ethernet access networks. With its simple operation, yet in-depth visibility, and the ability to remotely access and control EtherScope nXG, engineers can now fully enable and leverage the "locals hands" of field technicians, to expedite problem-solving. Test, verify, and troubleshoot technology upgrades, NBASE-T, 10G and Wi-Fi networks with advanced Android based troubleshooting apps and purpose built test hardware Verify up to 10G Ethernet link performance for critical servers, uplinks and key end devices, and validate Wi-Fi network performance Empowers technicians who may not have access to network management systems or other engineer-level tools, to assess and document complex network deployments with multiple VLANs and Wi-Fi SSIDs Enables remote engineers to troubleshoot and collaborate with on-site technicians to solve tough problems at remote sites, saving time and cost of travel Seamlessly consolidate, analyze, and manage field test data, and integrate with network management systems via the complimentary Link-Live Cloud Service Automatically discover and instantly map your wired and Wi-Fi networks using Link-Live cloud service; speeds troubleshooting and keeps network documentation up-to-date. Exports to Visio Key Features All-in-one to address multiple technologies The EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert has two sets of native Wi-Fi network interfaces: a 4x4 adapter to scan and test Wi-Fi networks, and a 1x1 adapter for remote control connection and testing. Both interfaces support 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax and can show analysis of utilization and status of Wi-Fi channels, SSIDs, BSSIDs, access points, client devices and interferers. The EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert provides visibility of Wi-Fi 6 devices. The EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert has two Ethernet ports. The main test RJ-45 port supports Multi-Gig networks from 10/100/1000 Mbps to 2.5/ 5 /10G to verify link speed SNR, and duplex advertised and connected. It can request and verify PoE power under loan from up to 90W PSE´s. Alternatively, it can interface to fiber networks via single/multi SFP+ to test 1/10Gbps fiber based Ethernet. The second RJ-45 management port connects to 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet for remote control, and conducts network scanning and tests where needed. It is also the port for cable testing. The EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert has built-in Bluetooth v5/BLE and USB interfaces to discover and configure nearby devices. Simplifies tasks and empowers technicians to verify commplex networks with next generation AutoTest The EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert has out-of-the-box AutoTest profiles with best practice pass/fail thresholds for quick assessment of network configurations and services of Wi-Fi and wired networks. Ethernet Network: switch port poE characteristics, VLAN Tagged traffic detection, 802.1x authentication, link speed advertised vs negotiated, DHCP/DNS/Gateway availability and accessibility. Air Quality: assess numer of APs, co-channel and adjacent channel interference, and channel utilization Wi-Fi Network: supports various authentication and security schemes to connect to SSIDs/BSSIDs for coverage by signal/noise, and DHCP/DNS/Gateway availability and accessibility. Multiple profiles can be created for complex networks with multiple VLANs supported per switch port, and Wi-Fi networks with multiple SSIDs each with its own set of IP targets. These can then be organized into profile groups that execute each test against each profile in sequence. The result is that multiple VLANs, and SSIDs can be verified and documented in one go. Since the pre-defined profiles can be executed individually, the profiles group serves as a resource for technicians to verify each specific VLAN or SSID during troubleshooting. With profile groups, engineers can transfer their network configuration and test knowledge to technicians, saving training time and effort. 24-Hour Monitoring for Intermittent Issues Periodic AutoTest: In this mode, AutoTest runs at specified intervals (from 1 minute to 24 hours) and sends the results to Link-Live to view the results over time. This is an effective way to "monitor" aspects of your network for an extended period, or to help diagnose intermittent issues without having to manually execute multiple tests. Results are automatically timestamped and can be prefixed with a user-entered comment for grouping or organization. Test results can be quickly analyzed in Link-Live using the filtering and sorting functions. Email notifications can warn you when errors are found. A number of additional enhancements in version 1.2 expand the use models for EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert, provide more actionable information, and make the network analysis process even more efficient. See the EtherScope nXG v1.2 release notes for additional information. Multi-Gig Link Validation With the expanding deployment of Multi-Gig switching (typically to feed greater bandwith to Wi-Fi 6 access points), users are finding that their cable plant may not support the desired speed. Cable quality, length, installation workmanship, and noise in the environment all can contribute to "downshifting" to lower-than-expected-speeds. Cabling SNR Measurement The EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert can now verify copper media for Multi-Gig capability (1 / 2.5 / 5 / 10G), and provide root cause diagnosis when link speed downshifting occurs. List of Problems Automatically Detected by EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert Wired Network Problems: Bad Subnet Mask Duplicate IP Address DHCP Server not responding EtherScope nXG received multiple DHCP offers EtherScope nXG received used IP from DHCP EtherScope nXG lost DHCP lease max clients on SSID high interface utilization* high interface errors* high FCS errors* high packet discards* detected half-duplex interfaces high CPU utilization* high disk utilization* high memory utilization* recent device reboot* Spanning tree topology change SNMPv3 agent responded to SNMPv1/v2 query Wi-Fi network problems: AP with encryption disabled client with encryption disabled using open authentication using shared key authentication high utilization on channel* high retries on channel* high non-802.11 utilization on channel* co-channel interference threshold (#AP)* co-channel interference AP signal level* high utilization on AP* AP overloaded with clients* high retries on device* BSSID channel changes* RF regulatory violation Wi-Fi AutoTest - Link Validation The Wi-Fi AutoTest runs a series of tests by connecting to a selected wireless network (associate to an AP), providing a status indication of success, warning or fail. This comprehensive test validates not only the Wi-Fi connection, but also each critical supporting network device. (Note: Wi-Fi AutoTest supports connecting to captive portals where a sign-in is required for access; see user guide for instructions.) Wi-Fi Link Test - validates the ability to connect to the selected network. Drilling into the link test provides in-depth information about the SSID, signal strength/SNR, channel utilization, retries and PHY rate. Of note, roams indicates the number of times the unit has disconncted from the previous AP and connected to a different AP with a better signal strenght. The Wi-Fi Link Test graphs save and display data for up to 24 hours in the past, providing a way to "go back in time" to identify specific problem instances. Channel Test - shows the channel on which the AP is operating and the current 802.11 and non 802.11 utilization in real time and plots the percentage of channel capacity used by devices and non 802.11 interference. AP Test - shows the AP name and SSID of the network it supports, its IP and MAC addresses, security, channel (if the BSSID is on multiple channels, the bold number indicates the primary), 802.11 types supported, and client associations (number of clients connected to the AP). DHCP, NS, Gateway results - these validate the availability and performance of critical network services via the Wi-Fi network. Diagnostics on each test provide details on response times and logs for troubleshooting. Path Analysis - can be run from the above network services tests to identify the connection path to the specified service (or server), this is useful to determine if errors or excessive utilization on the wired network may be affecting the particular service. Air Quality Test The Air quality test performs a single scan of the channels in your wireless network to measure channel utilization and interference. Each table on the air quality results screen shows the top four channels in each band with the highest utilization or co-channel interference, along with the number of APs operating on the channel including adjacent channel interference detection in the 5 GHz band (to detect 40 and MHz-wide overlapping BSSIDs). Channel utilization and interference Quickly determine if channels are over utilized with Wi-Fi traffic and/or with non Wi-Fi interference and noise. You can also gain visibility on the level of Wi-Fi traffic and interference over the last 60 seconds on a selected channel, as well as, the access points, clients and interferers using this channel. Drill into details and detect devices that can cause interference, such as, microwave ovens, wireless game controllers, Bluetooth devices, Zigbee devices and wireless video camera. Automated problem detection EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert automatically diagnoses various conditions on both wired and wireless networks and identifies specific problems. Tapping the problems card shows all discovered issues, which can be sorted by severity or time detected. Drill in to see a detailed description of the problem and recommended course of action to mitigate. 10G copper/fiber wired and Wi-Fi performance tests for critical links and key devices The EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert can stress critical network links, such as switch ports to servers/storage/Wi-Fi access points, uplinks or WAN links, with up to four simultaneous data streams at up to 10G line rate. It verifies the link´s compliance to service level agreements (SLA) based on throughput, packet loss, Qos, delay and jitter against peers such as EtherScope nXG, LinkRunner10G, OptiViewXG, or a windows based software reflector agent. Settings for data streams and thresholds for VOIP or video service can be stored and recalled where needed, saving configuration time. Additionally, the EtherScope nXG can use the popular iPerf v3 network test algorithm to test against the NetAlly test accessory. It determines TCP or UDP application throughput through its Wi-Fi or wired interfaces. For key servers/services in the cloud or internet, engineers can pre-define tests and thresholds to verify their connectivity and performance using ping, TCP connect, HTTP or FTP. Continuous testing with response time measurements is available to verify consistency and identify intermittent issues. These tests can be easily recalled by field technicians to reduce configuration time or mistakes, to get more done faster. Performance Test relationships - EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert can conduct performance tests through various end points TCP Connect test - TCP Connect test showing response time over time (up to last 24 hours) Auditing & documenting network security & health The EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert automatically discovers your network through its dual set of Wi-Fi and Ethernet test interfaces immediately upon power up. The discovery provides quick security and health audits of the network devices across multiple VLANs and all Wi-Fi channels. Devices are classified and correlated to provide complete visibility of their name, network addresses, VLAN, SSID, deice type and where available, traffic statistics. Engineers can name and set authorization status for devices discovered. Discovery results can be directly uploaded to the complimentary Link-Live cloud service for storage, conduct detailed analysis of devices discovered with filter and sort tools, or export to CSV/PDF files as documentation. The EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert correlates the discovery result from the wired and Wi-Fi networks and breaks the Layer 2 visibility ceiling. EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert makes it easy to discover the actual identity of a Wi-Fi device by showing its name and IP address while most other Wi-Fi tools only show the MAC address. EtherScope nXG´s discovery can be enriched by accessing SNMP MIBs of infrastructure devices. It shows detail such as device configuration summary, interface configuration and traffic detail, SSIDs supported by WLAN controllers and devices directly connected to switches. Community strings entered are concealed from view. Discover possible security risks caused by users and others: 2nd DHCP offers indicating possible rogue servers, APs with different security schemes, unknown or unauthorized devices, unknown switches granting access to multiple devices and hidden SSIDs. EtherScope nXG´s "Batch Authorization" workflow allows the user to filter discovery data to be a subset of easily identifiable devices, then apply a "label" to the grouping (such as "Authorized" or "Neighbor") to the list of devices. Labeling known/acceptable devices makes it easy to sort/filter and identify unauthorized hosts in subsequent audits - so you have clear knowledge of who and what is on your network and whether they should be there or not.  The EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert discovery automatically detects problems. It shows possible cause(s) for each problem detected, and it has integrated troubleshooting tools to investigate further to get to root cause.  Network topology mapping - integrated wired and Wi-Fi  network diagrams No more struggling to keep manually drawn maps up to date! EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert automatically discovers both your wired and Wi-Fi networks for instant mapping in NetAlly´s Link-Live cloud service. These comprehensive, up-to-the-minute-accurate network diagrams show your network as it is NOW, integrating Layer 2 and Layer 3 topology informatio, including these connections: switch to host, switch to access point, access point to Wi-Fi client, switch to switch, switch to router and router to router hops. Now, users can now interact with the network in a flexible map based user interface to quickly visually identify configuration and topology issues, speeding troubleshooting and automatically create network documentation. EtherScope nXG´s patented discovery engine gathers data from its wired connection (via SNMP and other methods) and from the air (observing Wi-Fi traffic) to generate comprehensive network connectivity maps.  Easy to use filters and map controls allow you to see exactly what you want and how you want it displayed. Quickly identify network and device configuration errors, and see "unknown" switches and rogue devices. Element icons are color-coded to identify errors or warnings; double-clicking on any map element brings up its detailed discovery information, including status, problems, interface information and more. NOTE: customers with AllyCare get access to in-depth map configuration, controls and export to Visio. For information about AllyCare, go to support.netally.com/allycare/ The importance of visualizing your network The faster engineers can "see" what is going on in their network, to know who is on the network and where they are connected and what the path is from "here to here", the faster they can get to root cause when troubleshooting performance issues. This is especially true for maintenance organizations or system integrators who often troubleshoot an "unknown" network. The problem is that traditional methods (CLI or element managers) take too long and present complex data that´s often hard to interpret and difficult to correlate. Documentation is an essential step for any project, such as pre-deployment network assessments and new technology rollouts, but it can take too much time to complete. From the graphical map based user interface, one click sends the map data through a Visio file generator, pre populating the diagram with all discovered devices, links, and corresponding configuration information, saving hours of manual effort, allowing further customization. Ideal for enterprises or service organizations, EtherScope nXG´s mapping function saves hours of manual labor, allowing documentation to keep up as the network changes, or provide instant maps for client projects. Simple "access-anywhere" remote control enables collaboration The EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert has dedicated Wi-Fi and Ethernet management ports that enable a more experienced/knowledgeable remote engineer to control the EtherScope nXG "out of badn" (using VNC) to collaborate with technicians on-site, or to troubleshoot remotely where there is no local staff. But connecting to distant sites via VNC on different networks is difficult or impossible, particularly behind NAT firewalls. With AllyCare-enabled web remote control feature, users can instantly connect to remote units through the Link-Live cloud service - anywhere in the world - for collaborative and remote troubleshooting. At locations with no internet service, the Wi-Fi management port can connect to a personal Wi-Fi hotspot for remote control and upload results to the Link-Live cloud service. Automated test results management Serving as a centralized test result and instrument management system, the complimentary Link-Live cloud service transforms team workflows with the ability to quickly and easily log, document and report test activity from any NetAlly LinkSprinter, LinkRunnerAT, LinkRunner G2, AirCheck G2, OneTouchAT and EtherScope nXG Portable Network testers. Once the tester is connected to the Link-Live cloud service, your test results are automatically uploaded to the dashboard for project management and reporting. You have the option of uploading additional files, screenshots, images, profiles, packet captures, location information and comments anytime. Also, certain NetAlly testers with AllyCare support can receive firmware updates "over the network" from Link-Live as they become available. An API is available to retrieve and integrate data from Link-Live into other management platforms, such as your trouble-ticket application or network management system. It gives you the ability provide proof-of-performance and better manage jobs and staff efficiency. This unified dashboard of both wired and Wi-Fi network connectivity results enables you to: Reduce results managemnt overhead for multiple testers and users Enables seamless collaboration between site personnel and remote experts Simplify report generation across media types for network deployment documentation Attach photos, user comments to each result, adding context for future changes and troubleshooting For asset management, ability to associate serial numbers of installed devices, and/or cable/walljack label to specific test results Multiple advanced troubleshooting tools in one Path Analysis: shows the switch/router path connecting the EtherScope nXG to an IP device on across wired and Wi-Fi networks and even beyond the local network, e.g., from the EtherScope nXG´s Wi-Fi port to a server in the cloud or data center on the internet. The EtherScope nXG Portable Network Expert offers built-in tools to conduct further analysis of the devices along the path: view configuration, interface traffic statistics, launch Telnet or browser, conduct port scan, ping and more. Packet capture: from both the Wi-Fi and Ethernet test interfaces. You can capture up to 10G line rate to create a PCAP file of up to 1 GB. Packet slicing and filtering are supported and PAP files can be uploaded to the Link-Live cloud service for easy sharing. Cable test: determine lenght, shorts, and split pairs and locate opens on UTP cable. Verify the wiremap of UTP and ScTP cable with a WireView adapter. It can generate either analog tone or the unique digital tone for the Fluke Networks IntelliTone Probe for quick cable tracing. Android Apps: Users can download apps from the Link-Live app store to accomplish many tasks in addition to testing.  Optical power meter When connected with fiber, the AutoTest Link card has been augmented with the ability to set a reference and display the current power reading relative to that reference. This is useful for saving the power level at the source as a reference, then measuring the fiber power loss at the far end. EtherScope nXG Controlled Edition Allows administrators to temporarily or permanently hardware-disable selective features for restricted environments With the Controlled Edition, administrators can be disable specific EtherScope capabilities allowing the analyzer to be used in restricted or secure environments. The Controlled Edition is ideal for military and agency use, as well as highly secure enterprises. Control may be teporarily achieved via a secure administrator password. To make the controlled configuration permanent, the administrator follows a clear workflow that fully disables the selected functions using eFuses in silicon, that once burned, cannot be reversed, ensuring the security of the unit. Builds upon the enterprise hadened EtherScope to allow hadening by removing capability Allows custom granular control of the exact features and capabilities to be permanently disabled The camera is physically removed while retaining the opening for flashlight operation User accessible deep erasure of all test data upon leaving secured environments Specifications Dimensions: 10,3 cm x 19,5 cm x 5,5 cm Weight: 0,76 kg Battery: Rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack (7,2 V, 6,4 A, 46 Wh) Battery life: Typical operating life is 6 hours; typical charge time is 3 hours Display: 5,0 inch colour LCD with capacitive touchscreen (720 x 1280 pixels) Host Interface: RJ-45 cable test and management port, USB Type A port, USB Type C on-the-Go port SD card port: supports micro SD card storage - up to 32GB supported Memory: Approx. 8 GB available for storing test results and user applications Charging: USB Type-C 45-W adapter; AC input power 100-240V, 50-60 HZ; DC output power 15 V (3 A); RJ-45: 802.3at and 802.3bt PoE Media Access: Copper: 10M/100M/1G/2,5G/5G/10G - Fiber SFP Adapters: 1G/10GBASE-X Supported IEEE Standards: Wired: 802.3/ab//ae/an/bz/i/u/z - Wi-Fi: 802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax - PoE: 802.3af/at/bt, Class 0-8 and UPOE Cable test: Pair lenghts, opens, shorts, splits, crossed, straight through and WireView ID EtherScope nXG has two internal Wi-Fi radios: Wi-Fi testing - 4x4 Dual-band 802.11ac Wave 2 wireless radio Android system Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and Management - 1x1 Dual-band 802.11ac Wave 2 + Bluetooth 5.0 and BLE wireless radio (both are IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax compliant) Specification compliance: IEEE 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n, 802.11ac, 802.1ax - Note: The tester provides 802.11ax visibility using an 802.11ac radio Wi-Fi connectivity: 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n, 802.11ac, 802.11ax - Note: The tester connects to 802.11ax networks using an 802.11ac radio Operating frequencies - Note: These are the center frequencies of the channels that the AirCheck G2 tester supports. Frequencies of channels received: Note: The tester receives on all of the frequencies in very country. 2,4 GHz band: 2.412 - 2.484 GHz (channel 1 to channel 14) 5 GHz band: 5.170 - 5.320 GHz, 5.500 - 5.700 GHz, 5.745 - 5.825 GHz (channels 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 52, 56, 60, 100, 104, 108, 112, 116, 120, 124, 128, 132, 136, 140, 149, 153, 157, 161, 165) Frequencies of channels transmitted: Note: the tester transmits only on the frequencies allowed in the country whre it is operating. 2,4 GHz band 802.11b: 2.412 - 2.484 Ghz (channel 1 to channel 14) 802.11g/n 20 MHz BW (HT20): 2.412 - 2.472 GHz (channel 1 to channel 13) 802.11n 40 MHz BW (HT40): 2.422 - 2.462 GHz (includes all combinations of legal, bonded pairs of channels) 5 GHz band 802.11a/n 20 MHz BW (HT20): 5.180 - 5.320 GHz, 5.500 - 5.700 GHz, 5.745 - 5825 GHz (channels 36, 40, 44, 48, 52, 56, 60, 64, 100, 104, 108, 112, 116, 120, 124, 128, 132, 136, 140, 144, 149, 153, 157, 161, 165) 802.11n 40 MHz BW (HT40/VHT40): 5.190 - 5.310 GHz, 5.510 - 5.670 GHz, 5.755 - 5.795 GHz) includes all combinations of legal, bonded pairs of channels) 802.11ac 80 MHz BW (VHT80): 5.210 - 5.290 GHz, 5.530 - 5.690 GHz, 5.775 GHz (includes all combinations of legal, bonded pairs of channels) Internal Wi-Fi antennas: Three interal 2,4 GHZ, 1.1 dBi peak, 5 GHz, 3.2 dBi peak antennas External directional antenna: Antenna, frequency range 2,4 - 2,5 and 4,9 - 5,9 GHz. Minimum gain 5,0 dBi peak in the 2,4 GHz band and 7,0 dBi peak in the 5 GHz band Operating temperature: 32°F to 113°F (0°C to +45°C) / Note: The battery will not charge if the internal temperature of the device is above 112°F (50°C) Operating relative humidity (% RH without condensation): 90% (50°F to 95°F; 10°C to 35°C) - 75% (95°F to 113°F; 35°C to 45°C) Storage temperature: -4°F to 140°F (-20°C to 60°C) Shock and vibration: Meets the requirements of MILPRF-28800F for Class 3 Equipment Safety: IEC 61010-1:2010: Pollution degree 2 Altitude: Operating: 4.000m, Storage: 12.000m EMC: IEC 61326-1: Basic Electromagnetic Environment; CISPR 11: Group 1, Class A Certifications and Compliance conforms to relevant European Union directives conforms to relevant Australian Safety and EMC standards complies with 47 CFR Part 15 requirements of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission listed by the Canadian Standards Association NPT Reflector software agent supported operating sytems: Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Windows 2008-R2, Windows 2012, Windows 2012-R2, Windows 2016 and Windows 2019 minimum hardware requirement CPU: 1 GHz or better CPU minimum hardware requirement RAM: 1 GB or more RAM minimum hardware requirement Harddisk: 1 GB available space network interface: Ethernet and/or WiFiAvailable downloads: Download EtherScope nXG Quick Start v1.2 Download EtherScope nXG User Guide v1.4 Download EtherScope nXG Data Sheet

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