NetAlly Showcases Next-Generation Link Runner AT Network and Cable Testers

June 17, 2024
NetAlly’s LinkRunner AT new network and cable testers provide many useful features with the recent upgrades since previous generations.

At Cisco Live! NetAlly announced its new next-generation LinkRunner AT network and cable testers. The LinkRunner AT 3000 brings fast and comprehensive validation of copper and fiber network links with high-grade network connectivity troubleshooting. The 3000 offers the same core functions of the previous AT1000 and AT2000. However, it features a large touchscreen and more in-depth AutoTest that shows deeper network visibility on Ethernet links from 10 Mbps to 10 Gbps, while still being the same price as the AT2000.

The LinkRunner AT 4000 includes network discovery, path analysis, and packet capture, and gives deeper visibility and diagnostics, which allows network officials to address and resolve issues hastily that impact one or multiple devices and network segments. Topology mapping is available in Link-Live, NetAlly’s collaboration, reporting, and analysis platform. It delivers up-to-the-minute precise network maps for simple documentation.

“The LRAT 4000 has proven to be an exceptional addition to our toolbox,” said Paul Sutherland, engineer at Hallbeck IT. “It has significantly reduced the time and cost associated with the troubleshooting process. This tool has enhanced our ability to quickly identify active network faults, a task that would have been much more time-consuming with conventional methods.”

“The venerable LinkRunner has served IT professionals for over two decades as the most popular connectivity tester in existence,” stated James Kahkoska, NetAlly Chief Technology Officer.  “Implementing our AllyWare™ common technology platform on LinkRunner AT has enabled the complete transformation of these instruments with functionalities present in NetAlly’s more advanced testers while providing a familiar user experience, both on the testers as well as in Link-Live.”

Lee Badman, wireless network architect at Wirednot, commented, “The latest LinkRunner AT from NetAlly upgrades this very handy product line in all the right ways – from support for the latest PoE standards and switch interfaces to rework of the user interface for ultra-effectiveness, the reasons to invest or upgrade are many.”

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