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PacketExpert™ 10G
(Next-Generation 10G Ethernet/IP Tester)

Quad Port Ethernet Tester
   


   
PacketExpert™ 10G Unit PacketExpert™ 10G - Tablet Inspired

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Overview

GL’s PacketExpert™ 10G provides comprehensive testing of 10 Gbps wirespeed Ethernet/IP networks. It has two 10 Gbps Optical ports, and two 10/100/1000 Mbps Electrical/Optical ports capable of BERT, Smart Loopback, RFC 2544, ExpertSAM, Record and Playback, IPLinkSim™ and PacketBroker functionalities.
Each GigE port provides independent Ethernet/VLAN/MPLS/IP/UDP layer-wise testing at wirespeed.  BERT is implemented for all layers. RFC 2544 is applicable for Layers 2, 2.5, and 3, and Loopback is applicable for Layers 2, 3, and 4.

GL also offers Touchscreen Handheld PacketExpert™ 10G version of 10G Ethernet/IP Tester (PXG101), with a Tablet PC mounted on PacketExpert™ 10G, which makes this tester suitable for field testing.

Currently, PacketExpert™ 10G supports the following important functionalities –

With the capability to generate/receive traffic with stacked VLAN (Q-in-Q) and stacked MPLS, PacketExpert™ 10G finds use in testing a wide range of networks – from testing individual links/switches, testing local Ethernet/IP networks (LAN), end to end testing of Wide Area Networks (WAN), testing Core/MPLS networks, and much more.

GL also offers portable quad-port PacketExpert™, and HD-PacketExpert™ - a higher density 12/24 GigE ports form factor solutions for testing GigE switches, routers and network conditions.

The Command line Interface (CLI) feature allows the users to access all the aforementioned functionalities remotely via TCL or Python clients using MAPS™ CLI Server.

GL also provides PacketCheck™, a software-only Ethernet to IP Test tool, with BERT and throughput (up to 800 Mbps) testing ability that is comprehensive and very easy to use as a general purpose network performance analysis tool for 10Mbps, 100Mbps and 1 Gbps LANs and WANs.

Main Features

Hardware

  • USB based Quad Ports Ethernet / IP Tester
  • Comprehensive testing of Wirespeed Ethernet/IP networks up to 10 Gbps
  • Two Optical 10 Gbps ports (10G BASE-SR, -LR -ER full-duplex SFP)
  • Two Electrical/Optical 10/100/1000 Mbps ports (10/100/1000M Base-T Electrical OR 1G Base-X Optical SFP)
  • Touchscreen Handheld PacketExpert™ 10G available for field testing

Ethernet / IP Testing

  • Capable of simultaneous generation /reception of Ethernet to IP traffic at 100% 10G wire speed
  • Control multiple hardware units from a single GUI, multiplying the number of ports available per system
  • Traffic options lets technicians generate Ethernet to IP frames with user-configurable frame length, and frame size with varying traffic rates
  • User selectable Electrical and/or Optical interface for ports allows mixed technology testing.
  • Wire-speed BERT, RFC 2544, RFC 2544 (single Port), Loopback, WAN Link Emulation, Record/Playback, ExpertSAM, and PacketBroker.
  • BERT, RFC 2544 Testing over Framed Ethernet (Layer2), Stacked MPLS (Layer2.5), IP and UDP. BERT testing is also supported on Layer1.
  • Field upgradable technology allows tester to stay current with industry trend.
  • Support for ARP, Ping, IPv6 etc.
  • Testing with stacked VLAN (Q-in-Q) – up to 3 levels
  • Testing with stacked MPLS, up to 3 levels
  • IP and UDP header checksum validation
  • Ability to define Ethernet, IP and UDP header fields
  • Multi-board support for all the applications

Wire speed BERT

  • Capable of handling full wire speed BERT, in both directions, on both 10G optical ports and 1000Mbps Electrical/Optical ports.
  • Supports industry standards PRBS patterns 29-1, 211-1, 215-1, 220-1, 223-1, 229-1, and 231-1, constant patterns like all ones, all zeroes, alt ones-zeroes and user-defined test patterns ranging between 1 to 32 bits.
  • Single as well as constant rate Bit Error and FCS Error Insertion.
  • Optional sequence number insertion allows detecting out-of-sequence packets and packet loss.
  • Support for frame lengths from 64 bytes to Jumbo frames (up to 16000 bytes).
  • User-defined header parameters for MAC, VLAN, MPLS, IP and UDP layers.
  • Multi-board support for wire-speed BERT and BERT/Loopback applications

Loopback

  • Both smart loopback (auto layer detection) and selected user-defined layers loopback capabilities for incoming traffic.
  • Multi-board support for all port loopback application

RFC2544

  • Throughput, back-to-back, latency and frame loss testing supporting uni-directional and bi-directional traffic between ports
  • Supports RFC 2544 on single or dual electrical / optical ports
  • User-defined configuration parameters such as frame size, trial duration, number of trials, etc.
  • Multi-board support for single and dual ports RFC 2544 application

Statistics and Graphs

  • Real-time results are presented in both tabular as well as graphical format.
  • Detailed test result reports in PDF and CSV file formats.
  • Detailed frame statistics in tabular format for all the ports.
  • Provides various vital measurements such as Bit Error Rate, Bit Error Count, Sync Loss Count, Sync Loss Seconds, and Error Free Seconds.
  • Real time graphical representation of the combined Throughput and Bit Error rate, plotted over time for BERT testing.
  • Graphs and Statistics for all the RFC 2544 tests.
  • Throughput graph from 10 seconds to 7 days (only for IPLinkSim™).
  • Link (P1-P2/P2-P1) statistics and Port (P1, P2) statistics.
  • Supports pause frame transmission with user defined quanta on each port independently.

Hardware Interface



PacketExpert™ 10G Hardware Unit




Back Panel


Front Panel


 

Standalone Tablet Inspired

Interfaces:

  • 2 x 1G Base-X Optical OR 10/100/1000 Base-T Electrical
  • 2 x 10G Base-SR, -LR -ER Optical only
  • Single Mode or Multi Mode Fiber SFP support with LC connector

Protocols:

  • RFC 2544 compliance

Bus Interface:

  • USB 2.0
  • None or USB 2.0

External Power Supply:

  • Meanwell p/n GS18A09-P1J, External Power Supply
  • Input 90 ~ 264 VAC @ 47 ~ 63Hz -or- 135 ~ 370VDC
  • Output 9vDC, 2.0A, 18W, Power plug 2.1mm ID x 5.5mm OD x 11mm L
  • Meanwell p/n GS60A18-P1J, External Power Supply
  • Input 90 ~ 264 VAC @ 47 ~ 63Hz -or- 135 ~ 370VDC
  • Output 18vDC, 3.33A, 60W, Power plug 2.1mm ID x 5.5mm OD x 11mm L

Physical Specification:

  • Length: 6.39 in. (162.33 mm)
  • Width: 9.96 in. (252.93 mm)
  • Height: 2.10 in (53.34 mm)
  • Weight: 3.75 lbs. (1.7 kg)
  • Length: 6.39 in. (162.22 mm)
  • Width: 9.96 in. (252.93 mm)
  • Height: 2.59 in (65.96 mm)
  • Weight: 4.75 lbs. (2.15 kg)

Operations:

Environmental requirements
PXG100:

  • Operating Temperature: +5°C to +40°C
  • Non-Operating Temperature:-30°C to +60°C
  • Operating Humidity:  0% to 80% RH non-condensing
  • Non-Operating Humidity:  0% to 95% RH non-condensing
  • Operating Altitude:  Up to 10,000 feet
  • Non-Operating Altitude: Up to 50,000 feet

Environmental requirements
Tablet Series (Dell Venue 8 Pro 5000 series):

  • Operating 0°C to 35 °C
  • Non-operating -40°C to 65 °C
  • Operating humidity 10% to 90% (non-condensing)
  • Non-operating humidity 5% to 95% (non-condensing)
  • Operating Altitude -50 ft to 10,000 ft
  • Storage Altitude -50 ft to 35,000 ft

 

Layer 1 Frame Testing

In Layer1 testing, data is carried over Layer1 frames. Only the Preamble, SFD and Frame Check Sequence are present. Apart from these fields, the entire frame consists of the payload (BERT pattern).

GL’s PacketExpert™ supports layer 1 testing with

  • Intuitive GUI Layer selection option allows user to easily configure Layer1 testing, as well as other layers
  • BERT and Loopback Testing
  • Detailed Statistics

LAYER 1 Selection

LAYER 1 Statistics

Ethernet, Stacked Virtual LAN (VLAN) Testing Features

Ethernet is a most commonly used local area network (LAN) technology, whose transmission speed ranges from 10 Mbps to 10 Gbps. It is defined by 802.3 standards. A typical Ethernet frame structure is shown below:


Ethernet Frame

With the implementation of frame tagging, the Ethernet frames can be identified as belonging to a particular logical LAN. This allows different ports of a switch to be assigned to different logical LANs unlike traditional LANs. The 'tagging' feature evolved as VLANs allowing any user to be connected to any logical LAN, without having the requirements of physical presence in same premises. The VLANs simplifies security, manageability, and load sharing. The implementation is defined in 802.1q standard.

In order to accommodate tagging, a new optional IEEE 802.1Q tag field has been introduced between the Source MAC address and the Length field of the Ethernet frame as shown below:


Ethernet Frame with VLAN Tagging

A multi-tagged frame having multiple VLAN IDs, EtherTypes and other VLAN header bit fields constitute Q-in-Q frames, also referred to as VLAN stacking. This results in the tagged data frame to be tagged again with a VLAN tag, when it traverses the service provider network. The additional tag is removed at the edge of the service provider network before entering to destination network.

GL’s PacketExpert™ is capable of doing Wire speed Ethernet testing over Ethernet/IP networks.

GL’s PacketExpert™ Ethernet and Stacked VLAN testing supports -

  • User configurable Source and Destination MAC Addresses (6 byte hex format), Len/Type field and VLAN fields. Length/Type field can be populated with User Defined value or preset values for IPv4/IPv6
  • Up to 3 stacked VLANs configuration. The sequence of insertion is such that VLAN#1 forms the innermost tag; followed by VLAN#2 and VLAN#3 forms the outermost tag. Flexibility is provided to the user to select the VLAN type field (0x8100, 0x88A8, 0x9100, 0x9200, 0x9300) for each level.
  • BERT, RFC 2544, and Loopback Testing
  • Setting the VLAN Type Field, VLAN Id, and the Priority Fields for each VLAN stack
  • Statistics per stack position level

PacketExpert™ allows verifying the VLAN implementation meets the QoS expectations. User can set the VLAN Priority field to various levels and conduct the BERT and RFC 2544 tests to verify QoS. Utilizing the stacked VLAN feature, along with VLAN priority setting and combining with BERT/RFC 2544 testing helps extend the Layer2 testing over carrier Ethernet networks.


VLAN Stack Field Type configured with Priority and VLAN IDs

Stacked VLAN Statistics

Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) Testing Features

Quality of Service (QoS) and traffic engineering are inherent features of MPLS. Testing essentially involves sending appropriately formatted MPLS packets through an MPLS provisioned network and verifying:

  • Connectivity – traffic is properly routed to the correct destination, i.e., Label Switching Path
  • Performance – Controlling QoS characteristics like Packet Loss, Latency, and Bandwidth within defined limits.

Both end to end testing from customer edge to customer edge as well as testing within the core MPLS network is important. PacketExpert™ does both.
GL’s PacketExpert™ supports MPLS testing with MPLS related statistics like the Packet Counts per Stack position provided for detailed analysis.

GL’s PacketExpert™ MPLS testing supports

  • Up to 3 MPLS stacked labels - Multiple MPLS label stacks are particularly useful in testing MPLS VPN implementations and multiple MPLS providers, and MPLS tunnels. MPLS#1 is the innermost label, while the other two are inserted in the outer levels.

Multiple MPLS Label stack
  • Configuring the Label value, the CoS bits (also known as the EXP or experimental bits) and the TTL (Time-to-Live) for each label, in addition to selecting the number of MPLS labels.
  • MPLS related statistics like the Packet Count per MPLS stack position are also provided for detailed analysis
  • BERT and RFC 2544 test capabilities over MPLS Layer 2.5 – Supports sending MPLS enabled streams in its BERT and RFC 2544 tests and report various QoS characteristics like Bit Error Rate, Throughput, Frame Loss, and Latency.

MPLS Label Stacking

Stacked MPLS Statistics

IP (Layer 3) Testing

Layer3 configuration allows editing source and destination IP Addresses. In addition, users can configure various IP header fields like TOS, TTL, Protocol, Header Checksum, and Identification field. User can choose to allow hardware to calculate/verify checksum or provide a fixed value. IPv6 is also supported.


IPv4 and IPv6 configuration

IP Statistics

UDP (Layer 4) Testing

Layer4 configuration requires source and destination UDP ports to be defined. User can choose to allow hardware to calculate/verify checksum or provide a fixed value.


UDP configuration

UPD Statistics

Error Insertion

PacketExpert™ provides 2 types of Error Insertion – Bit Error Insertion and FCS (Frame Check Sequence) Error Insertion. Bit Error insertion allows inserting Bit Errors into the outgoing Tx traffic. FCS Error insertion allows sending frames with wrong FCS value.

In both the Bit Error and FCS Error Insertion types, single as well as Rate Error Insertion is supported. Single error insertion allows user to manually introduce a single Bit/FCS error. Rate Error insertion allows the user to select a constant error rate, ranging from 10^-1 to 10^-9, to be introduced into the outgoing stream. Also, FCS Error insertion allows Continuous Error insertion, where every outgoing frame will have FCS error.

BERT Rx provides an option to process frames, even if they have FCS errors, as if they were normal BERT frames.


Bit Error Insertion

FCS Error Insertion

Wire speed BERT Testing

PacketExpert™ 10G supports Wire speed BERT (Bit Error Rate Testing) up to 10 Gbps simultaneously over Framed Ethernet (Layer2), Stacked VLAN (Q-in-Q), Stacked MPLS (Layer 2.5), IP and UDP. It can generate and receive various BER Traffic Patterns, including various PRBS patterns, Bit Error Insertion, and FCS Error Insertion.
The screen below displays the PacketExpert™ 10G GUI, running All Port BER test on Port#1 and Port#2 10G optical ports.

For more information please visit: Wire-speed BERT Testing


BER Testing

Loopback Testing

PacketExpert™ 10G supports Loopback capability on all ports. The loopback can be layer wise loopback as well as Smart Loopback. In Smart Loopback method PacketExpert™ 10G analyses incoming traffic, automatically detects and swaps the Source and Destination Addresses and sends back the traffic on the same port.

For more information please visit: Loopback Testing

Loopback Types

  • Smart Loopback - Analyses incoming traffic, automatically detects and swaps Source and Destination MAC, IP, and UDP addresses before sending back the packet.
  • Layer 1 – Loops back incoming packets as is
  • Ethernet – Swaps Source and Destination MAC addresses before sending back the packet
  • IP – Swaps Source and Destination MAC addresses, IP addresses before sending back the packet.
  • UDP - Swaps Source and Destination MAC addresses, Destination IP addresses, and UDP ports before sending back the packet.


    All Port Loopback Testing

RFC 2544 Testing, RFC 2544 (Single-port) Testing

PacketExpert™ 10G supports RFC 2544 tests up to 10 Gbps. RFC 2544 tests includes Ethernet Throughput, Latency, Frame Loss, and Back-to-Back performance tests in accordance with RFC 2544 specifications. The test is setup such that the traffic can be generated and transmitted on either of the ports and the looped back traffic from the DUT is received on the opposite port validating the test parameters.

For more information please visit: RFC 2544 Testing


RFC 2544 Testing

IPLinkSim™ - Single Stream IP WAN Emulator

A single PacketExpert 10G1G™ interface can emulate a bi-directional IP WAN link of up to 1000 Mbps capacities on the electrical/ optical ports. PacketExpert™ 10G, optical only interface also supports bi-directional (P1 <-> P2) IP WAN link of up to 10G capacities.

IPLinkSim™ can simulate all WAN impairment conditions of real world networks such as Bandwidth throttling, Congestion emulation, Latency, Packet Loss, Packet effects, Packet Corruption and more. The link impairments can be applied independently to both directions. Bandwidth Throttling mimics slower WAN links like RS232/DSL/Modem/T1/E1/T3/E3 etc. This feature allows testing applications running in PCs, which normally have 10000 Mbps interface but access to the outside internet or intranet over WAN is very slow.



IPLinkSim Testing

IPNetSim™ - Multi Stream IP WAN Emulator

IPNetSim™ emulates a bidirectional WAN IP Link with a 10 Gbps or a 10/100/1000 Mbps full duplex link. For each direction, incoming traffic can be identified into separate user defined streams (up to 16 streams for 1 Gbps pipe and up to 4 streams for 10 Gbps pipe). These user defined streams can be modified to simulate network impairments.

IPNetSim™ comprises of 4 ports, of which 2 ports support 10/100/1000 Mbps in either Electrical or Optical mode, emulating a 1Gbps full duplex pipe. The optical mode supports only 1000 Mbps using SFPs enabling testing on optical fiber. The other two ports on the unit support 10 Gbps using 10 Gbps SFP+s.

IPNetSim™ appliance is available with 1U rack-mount and portable hardware unit which requires additional licenses for 1Gbps/10Gbps ports. GL also offers IPNetSim™ as a portable Touch-screen handheld unit which makes it highly suitable for field testing.



IPNetSim™

 

Record and Playback

Record and Playback module is used to transmit and / or capture network traffic at wirespeed.  Record and Playback feature is available in various operating modes such as Record Only mode, Playback Only mode.

Wirespeed Record application supports capturing traffic on both the 1G and 10G ports at full line rate simultaneously (10 Gbps * 2/1 Gbps *2), without disturbing the link. Internal 8GB of DDR3 memory allows capturing up to 8GB of traffic (from both ports) at full Wirespeed (10 Gbps/1 Gbps). The captured traffic can be transferred to the host PC for offline analysis. Capture formats supported are PCAP, NGPCAP (popular wireshark formats), DAT (GL proprietary Raw format), HDL (GL proprietary PacketScan™ format). Continuous capture can be achieved with "Wirespeed filters" to filter out traffic-of-interest, and continuously record to file on the hard disk.  Up to 32 filters (16 per port) can be defined.

Wirespeed Playback allows playback of canned traffic files (in PCAP/NGPCAP/DAT/HDL formats) over one/both ports at full 10 Gbps rate, allowing real world conditions to be recreated in lab.


Record/Playback Testing

ExpertSAM™ (Y.1564 Testing)

PacketExpert™ - ExpertSAM™ module is a single test conducted to validate service-level agreements (SLAs) as per ITU-T Y.1564 standard. ExpertSAM™ is intended for multiservice testing to measure the maximum performance of the DUT or the Network under test. In particular, it is aimed at solving the limitations of RFC 2544 test. ExpertSAM™ defines a methodology to test Ethernet-based services to carry a variety of traffic, namely voice, video, e-mail, online trading and others.

The application is used to validate Ethernet Service Level Agreements (SLAs) as per ITU-T Y.1564 standard. It supports the two key Y.1564 subtests, the Service Configuration Test (SCT) and the Service Performance Test (SPT). SLA parameters measured include the Throughput, Frame Transfer Delay (FTD), Frame Delay Variations (FDV), and Frame Loss Ratio (FLR) service acceptance criteria to validate the network path under test. Up to 16 streams can be tested with full Wirespeed (10 Gbps/1 Gbps).


ExpertSAM Testing

PacketBroker™

PacketBroker is another optional application supported on GL’s PacketExpert™ 10G that allows the test tool to be used as a highly precise non-intrusive Wirespeed Ethernet Tap with all the necessary features such Pass through Tap, Hardware Filtering, Packet Modification and Output aggregation.

Up to 32 Wirespeed filters on each port (16 per port) allows to capture traffic of interest, modify the captured packet to insert useful information such as nanosecond precision timestamp, Port number etc., and forward the modified packets on the output port to be analyzed using packet analysis applications like GL’s PacketScan™.

PacketExpert™ 10G operation is bi-directional, which means that both transmission directions are simultaneously processed by the equipment.


PacketBroker Testing

Multi Stream Traffic Generation and Analysis

Multi Stream Traffic Generator and Analyzer (PXG108) is a hardware based Ethernet tester capable of generating multi-stream Ethernet traffic of varying packet length and also analyze the loopback traffic. This tool finds itself especially useful for end-to-end testing of 1 Gbps and 10 Gbps WAN (Wide Area Network) links. It is currently available on GL’s powerful test platform - PacketExpert 10G™, that sports dual 10 Gbps optical and dual 1 Gbps optical/electrical ports.

As depicted in the network diagram above, the generated streams can be defined according to the intended application type such as Data - HTTP, FTP, ARP, ICMP and many more, VoIP - RTP streams (over UDP) carrying Voice codec payload like G711, G729, AMR etc., and Video - RTP streams (over UDP) with H264 codec.

The test results include Frame Loss, Frame Delay and Frame Delay Variation metrics for each stream. Easily monitor the bandwidth performance using live throughput consolidated graphical view for all the streams (16 streams over 1G/ 10G ports).

The Port#2 on PacketExpert 10G™ offers Smart Loopback functionality on both 10G/1G to loopback the incoming traffic back to the source in the network. Loopback option helps in easy test setup, especially in end-to-end testing, when the other end is in a remote place. In such cases, one PacketExpert™ 10G can be put in constant Loopback at the remote end, and tests can be controlled at the local end.



Multi-Stream Traffic Generations & Analysis

Port-wise Frame Statistics

Detailed statistics per port are provided. In addition to statistics like Frame Count, Frame Rate, Link Utilization (Layer 1 line rate in %), Data Rate (Layer 2 data rate in Mbps), etc., statistics are provided based on various categories like Frame Type (Broadcast, Multicast, VLAN), Frame Lengths (64, 65-127, 1024-1518, Oversized, Undersized), Protocol Type (IPv4, IPv6, UDP, TCP, ICMP, IGRP etc.)

Statistics for Stacked VLAN and Stacked MPLS are provided for detailed analysis. Statistics based on the Packet Count per VLAN/MPLS stack position are provided.

'All Ports' result screen for BERT displays consolidated Frame Statistics for Tx / Rx, Bert Status, and Bert Statistics results for all the 4 ports.


Tx and Rx Frame Statistics

All Port BERT Statistics

Generate Report

PacketExpert™ 10G includes report generation option to generate consolidated reports in CSV and PDF file formats. The following sample CSV and PDF reports generated for ‘All Ports BERT' test includes Interface, BERT Statistics, Tx/Rx Statistics, Tx/Rx Configuration details for each of the 10G ports.



BERT Report Generated in PDF file formats


BERT Report Generated in CSV file formats

Command Line Interface (CLI)

PacketExpert™ also supports Command line Interface (CLI) to access all the functionalities remotely such as BertLoopbackRFC 2544Record PlaybackIPLinkSim™, PacketBroker, and ExpertSAM™ using TCL (Tool Command Language) and MAPS™ CLI Client/Server architecture.

PacketExpert™ 10G can be configured as server-side application and on the client side, the standard TCL shell (tclsh85.exe) with PacketExpert™ 10G specific functionalities can be used to communicate with the MAPS™ CLI Server, execute scripts, read back responses etc.

  • Capability of remote operation, automation and multi-site connectivity using TCL client and MAPS™ CLI server.
  • Scripts for MAC, VLAN, MPLS, IP and UDP layers testing
  • Multiple PacketExpert™ 10G can be controlled remotely from single client application via MAPS™ CLI server.
  • Scripts for BertLoopbackRFC 2544Record PlaybackIPLinkSim™, PacketBroker, and ExpertSAM™  testing

Command line based TCL client

Buyer's Guide

Please Note: The XX in the Item No. refers to the hardware platform, listed at the bottom of the Buyer's Guide, which the software will be running on. Therefore, XX can either be ETA or EEA (Octal/Quad Boards), PTA or PEA (tProbe Units), UTA or UEA (USB Units), HUT or HUE (Universal Cards), and HDT or HDE (HD cards) depending upon the hardware.

Item No. Item Description

PXG100

PacketExpert™ 10G

PXG101

PacketExpert™ 10G with Tablet

PXE100
PXE104
PXE112
PXE124

PacketExpert™
PacketExpert™ - SA (4 ports) 
PacketExpert™ - SA (12 Ports)
PacketExpert™ - SA (24 Ports)

IPN110

IPLinkSim™ WAN Link Emulator
(1 Gbps, 2 active ports)

IPN510

IPLinkSim™ WAN Link Emulator
(1G/ 10G, 2 active ports)

PXE105
PXG105

Wire speed Record /Playback - 1G
Wire speed Record /Playback - 10G

PXE107
PXG107

PacketBroker™ - 1G
PacketBroker™ - 10G

PXE108
PXG108

Multi-Stream Traffic Generator and Analyzer - 1G (on PXE100) (up to 12 users)
Multi-Stream Traffic Generator and Analyzer - 10G (on PXG100, PXG101) (up to 16 users)

PXE106
PXG106

ExpertSAM™ - 1G
ExpertSAM™ - 10G

IPN501

IPNetSim™ 1G (Multi-stream)

IPN505

IPNetSim™ 1G Tablet (Multi-stream)

IPN503 IPNetSim™ 10G (Multi-Stream)
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