GAO Comm's handheld Ethernet analyzer targets multi-network testing

July 22, 2010
The analyzer is billed as an ideal tool for analyzing and troubleshooting Ethernet networks during processes of construction or maintenance.

Toronto, Canada -- GAO Comm announced the release of its 10/100/1000 Ethernet analyzer, billed as an ideal tool for analyzing and troubleshooting Ethernet networks during the processes of construction or maintenance.

Featuring multi-network testing and comprehensive network monitoring capabilities, the portable Ethernet analyzer (model DN065) includes an electrical interface and an optical interface and single and multi-mode fibers selection. The analyzer generates constant, burst or ramped traffic loads, as well as simulates up to 500 multiple stations.

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The analyzer is able to test full line data rate, and 10/100 and GE performance including throughput, latency, frame loss and back-to-back frames. Moreover, by placing the DN065 placed at the two ends of the WAN, long-distance tests can be conducted. A USB interface allows for convenient download of stored data.

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