Allegro Packets Network Multimeter 3000/3200

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 3000 series appliances are suitable for ISPs, large data centers and large enterprise networks for link analysis on nodes with a load exceeding 10 GBit/s.

The 3000 series differs from the 1000 series by a 4 x packet processing rate. This enables real-time and historical analysis for up to 40 GBit/s traffic. With optional 25 G (2 x SFP28) and 40 G / 100 G (2 x QSFP28) expansions, the Allegro 3000 series is the ideal analysis appliance for networks with 25, 40 or 100 G ports.

Description

 

  • For office buildings or data centers
  • 3 x 1000Base-T monitor ports, 2 x 10GBase-T monitor ports, 2 x SFP + monitor ports, expandable up to 7 x 1000Base-T, up to 4 x 10GBase-T, up to 6 x SFP+, up to 2 x QSFP28
  • 40 GBit/s max. throughput
  • 64 GB internal database memory, expandable up to 256 GB
  • Up to 10 TB integrated ring buffer
  • Up to 40.000 active IPs und 16 million retrospective connections at 64 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 Multimeter 3000/3200

Use Cases

Video

Examples of how to use the Allegro Network Multimeter

This use case demonstrates how a sales representative’s sudden problem with a WebEx session is solved

Analyses of Webex quality issues. 

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.

Device IP discovery

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