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NetScout In-Line TAP-1000BT-SX - tap splitter - Gigabit Ethernet

Mfg. Part: TAP-1000BT-SX | CDW Part: 3522341 | UNSPSC: 43222602
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  • Tap splitter
  • Gigabit Ethernet
  • 1000Base-T
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Product Overview
Main Features
  • Tap splitter
  • Gigabit Ethernet
  • 1000Base-T
In-line taps give access to all network traffic, including all physical errors, from both sides of a full duplex link. They are designed to be fault tolerant and enable network monitoring or analysis tools to be dynamically inserted into LAN segments without breaking the link. In-line taps are completely passive to network traffic and allow for analysis of individual segments along with the ability to rove between segments. In addition, multi-port taps can be daisy-chained to provide remote roving for multiple network segments. All multi-port taps and can be controlled across the network by the use of the switch control server.

Fluke Networks tap solutions can be used with the OptiView Link Analyzer, OptiView Integrated Network Analyzer, Workgroup Analyzers or third-party LAN and security analyzers. Taps provide a cost-effective and unique way for analyzers or probes to see all of the traffic on one or more previously "blind" links. Taps allow for monitoring, capture and analysis of physical errors and enable full-duplex, full-line rate performance, even at gigabit rates, whereas traditional switch span ports do not.

 
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