Allegro Packets Network Multimeter 1000/1200

Network Analyses and Troubleshooting

  • Explore your network in real-time
  • Keep track of your network
  • Detect errors and problems in just a few clicks

Allegro 1000 series appliances are cost-efficient entry-level versions for 1 GBit/s to 10 GBit/s analysis of up to 10,000 servers. These network tools provide a highly accurate analysis of an entire location. Depending on the existing network traffic, this is enough for a complete analysis of all data from the several previous days which can be retrieved in real-time from the in-memory database.

The basic versions of the Allegro 1000 and 1200 have 2 x SFP+ for 1 G and 10 G SFP modules, 5 x 1G-BaseT for analysis and 1 x 1G-Base-T as a management port. In addition, there are expansion cards for up to 4 x SFP+ ports, 2 x 10G-Base-T ports, 4 x 1G-Base-T ports, 2 x SFP28, 2 x QSFP28 or 2 x SFP+ with GPS connections for exact timestamps in the nanosecond range. The basic version is equipped with a 16 GB in-memory database. This can be expanded to 64 GB or 128 GB respectively.


  • For office buildings or data centers
  • 3 x 1000Base-T monitor ports, 2 x 10GBase-T monitor ports, 2 x SFP+ monitor ports, 1 extension slot
  • 20 GBit/s max. throughput
  • 16 GB internal database memory, expandable up to 256 GB
  • Up to 10 TB integrated ring buffer
  • Up to 10,000 active IPs and 1.2 million retrospective connections at 16 GB
  • Portable / 1 U
  • 264 cm long x 43 mm high x 226 cm deep / 439 mm long x 43 mm high x 249 mm deep
  • Weighs 2-4 kg

Datasheet: Allegro Packets Multimeter1000/1200

Use Cases


Analysis of WebEx quality issues

This use case demonstrates how a sales representative’s sudden problem with a WebEx session is solved. Here, the Allegro Network Multimeter shows the IT staff L7 protocol and link statistics so they can locate the error, leading to a fast solution to the problem.

Analysing network issues with Webex conferences

Determining the IP address of a device
In heterogeneous networks, it is often difficult to determine the IP address of a terminal device. This video explains how the Allegro Network Multimeter helps you to find out the IPv4 or IPv6 address of a terminal device within seconds. Different ways to determine the IP are shown, e.g. via the MAC address, the device manufacturer or the DHCP name.


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