JDSU/Acterna/WG DA-380 DominoGB Gigabit Ethernet Analyzer

JDSU/Acterna/WG DA-380 DominoGB Gigabit Ethernet Analyzer
Manufacturer: JDSU/Acterna/TTC /WG
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JDSU/Acterna/WG DA-380 DominoGB Gigabit Ethernet Analyzer

 

JDSU/Acterna/WG DA-380 DominoGB Gigabit Ethernet Analyzer

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   The DominoGB is the first portable Gigabit analyzer suited for field service operations. This analyzer is compatible with most notebook computers and uses the Microsoft Windows user interface. The DominoGB monitors activity, decodes all major protocols, and generates network traffic, making it an excellent tool for troubleshooting Gigabit backbones. It can also be linked to other Domino analyzers to perform as an internetwork analyzer for tracking problems across multiple segments of variable types. Use it to benchmark routers, bridges, gateways, and other equipment prior to installation or after an upgrade. Uses the popular and widely available GBIC modules.

   Field-service organizations require an analyzer that can handle the multiple protocols and multiple topologies of today's complex internetworks and backbones. They also need one that's easy to carry and easy to use. The DominoGigabit® analyzer provides a complete solution in one box. The analyzer can monitor link activity and decode all major protocols as well as generate network traffic on Gigabit Ethernet, making it an excellent tool for troubleshooting Gigabit backbones. Weighing approximately 3 pounds, Domino-Gigabit connects to and is controlled by your notebook PC. By generating and receiving traffic simultaneously, Domino analyzers are ideal tools for benchmarking and tracking problems across routers, bridges, gateways and other equipment prior to installation or after an upgrade.

High-Performance Architecture

   Dedicated buses for each receive and transmit channel, plus custom hardware Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA's) designated to generate, capture and filter Gigabit Ethernet data assure full line-rate operation. Additionally, multiple RISC processors are utilized in parallel to keep network statistics and decode traffic.

Problems Caught with Full Line Rate and Full-Duplex Operation

   Full line rate, full-duplex capture, receive, and transmit functions ensure every piece  of data is available for problem analysis and resolution. Full-duplex operation with bidirectional pass-through and simultaneous transmit and receive functions allow both sides of the conversation to be monitored.

Capture

  • 128 Mbytes capture buffer
  • Pre-capture frame slicing enables you to capture more frames for analysis by slicing out the data-payload portion of the frame and keeping only the protocol portions
  • 32 ns timestamp

Transmit

  • Transmit up to 100 percent line rate
  • Create user-defined frames for transmit or use frames from capture files
  • Set the interframe gap at 20 ns intervals, starting at 40 ns
  • Transmit continuously or a defined number of times

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