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Press Release :Enhanced PacketBroker with
Advanced Filter and TTL pulse generation

Gaithersburg, Maryland, USA - June 5, 2019-GL Communications Inc., today announced the latest version of PacketBroker- Passive Ethernet Tap application enhanced with advanced filter grouping feature for drilling-down to traffic of interest, and to generate triggers based on filter groups.

Speaking to the press, Mr. Vijay Kulkarni CEO of GL Communications said, “PacketBroker is an optional application with GL’s PacketExpert™ Ethernet Test Tool, which is used as a highly precise non-intrusive Wirespeed Ethernet Tap and all the necessary features packaged within to capture real world traffic, define multiple filters for drilling-down to traffic of interest, generate triggers based on packet filters, and transmit filtered/aggregated packets for deep-packet data analysis.”

“GL’s PacketExpert™ 10GX is a USB based portable Quad Port wirespeed Ethernet/IP Tester, of which 2 are 10/1 Gbps optical ports, and other 2 are 10/100/1000 Mbps Electrical/Optical ports. The 10/1 Gbps Optical ports can be down shifted to support 1Gbps Electrical ports, thus offering 4 Electrical / 4 Optical 1 Gbps ports for ethernet testing per unit.”

Vijay further added, “In addition to PacketExpert™ 10GX portable platform, GL also offers rack-based variant using mTOP™ 1U/2U rack mount enclosures within which PacketExpert™ 10GX USB units are stacked to provide high density GigE ports form factor solution for testing GigE switches, routers and network conditions. It is a perfect ethernet test tool for customers who require multi-port testing but are constrained by lab space.”


12-Port PacketExpert™ 10GX mTOP™ 1U Rackmount

Some of the advanced PacketBroker applications features -

  • Network Tap - capable of handling bidirectional 100% wirespeed traffic up to 10 Gbps
  • Wirespeed Filtering - powerful and easy to use
  • Packet Modification- to convey useful information like Timestamp, inband
  • TTL Trigger I/O - generates or accept TTL signals based on packet filters
  • Output Aggregation- both direction traffic multiplexed on the selected single output port

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