Niagara 2841 Product Family

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The Niagara 2841 Family contains a single segment of 40 Gigabit Intelligent Active Bypass with support for 10 Gigabit Layer 2 - 4 Hardware Load Balancer/PacketMaster Capabilities. The passive bypass feature automatically switches the network traffic upon power failure of an attached in-line device, preserving network connectivity. The loadbalaning/PacketMaster capabilites supports 8 multi-purpose SFP+ ports for extensive packet filtering and slicing, distribution, aggregation and mirroring functionality. These ports can support 1G SFP or 10G SFP+ media and can be assigned to any of the network segments. The family can support up to 5 appliances.

Niagara 2842

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Niagara 2842 is a modular 1G, 10 Gigabit and 40 Gigabit Intelligent Active Bypass Switch and TAP with up to 32 multi-purpose SFP+ Ports for extensive packet filtering, distribution, aggregation and mirroring functionality. The Niagara 2842 can support up to 8 hot pluggable, field replaceable modules that can be either 2 segments of 1G/10G or 1 segment of 40G.

Ixia xFilter

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Advanced network packet broker appliance for high-density, high-throughput network monitoring, packet management, and tunnel decapsulation

Advanced Network Packet Optimization Appliance

The Ixia xFilter™ provides advanced packet brokering, grooming, and optimization capabilities, including packet management, filtering, tunnel decapsulation, and network management. This advanced appliance allows IT managers to offload the burden of compute-intensive functions from monitoring and security tools. The effectiveness of these tools could otherwise be severely impaired by diverting of bandwidth and CPU resources away from their primary functions of security and performance monitoring. As the first solution on the market to perform these vital functions in a single device, the Ixia xFilter significantly improves the efficiency, performance, and effectiveness of the entire network and its security monitoring infrastructure.

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