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Fluke 100 MHz LANMeter Remote

Testing 100 ohm twisted pair with your Fluke LANMeter requires the optional 100 MHz remote adapter. If the optional 100 MHz remote adapter is used to test 100 ohm twisted pair cable, the results comply with EIA 568A, TSB-67 requirements for Level I test of Basic Link or Channel configurations.

NEXT

The NEXT measurement requires the optional 100 MHz remote. For 100 ohm twisted pair cable the test performs a near-end crosstalk (NEXT) test at frequencies up to 100 MHz, depending on configuration.

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Attenuation

The attenuation measurement requires the optional 100 MHz remote. Attenuation is a measure of loss of signal strength along the cabling link, and changes with the frequency of the signal. For 100 ohm twisted pair cable the test performs an attenuation test at frequencies up to 100 MHz, depending on configuration.

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Selling Visual Networks V.35 – We Buy New Used V.35 (‘s) Top Dollar Paid!

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Visual Networks V.35 Universal Inline Probe

The Visual UpTime® Select™ V.35 LinkSafe™ inline probe ASE is deployed inline on a T1 access line, typically between a CSU/DSU and customer premises equipment. This ASE supports Multi-Protocol software for deployment in standard frame relay or HDLC networks and IP Transport software for deployment in frame relay or HDLC-based networks that use IP switching.
The V.35 inline probe ASE supports V.35 connectivity through a V.35 Data Terminal Equipment (DTE) interface on the network side and Data Communications Equipment (DCE) interface on the user side. The ASE operates at data rates up to 2.048 Mbps, deriving timing from the network-side and sourcing timing on the user side. It also includes LinkSafe technology to protect circuit integrity in case of an ASE outage, as well as power failure noti?cation.

Features:

  • Inband management capabilities
  • LinkSafe technology
  • Multi-Protocol or IP Transport software
  • Service Level Agreement (SLA) metrics
  • Voice over IP (VoIP) analysis capability
  • Application analysis capability
  • LMI spoo? ng
  • LAN management port
  • Power loss detection
  • Realtime events

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Selling Visual Networks X.21 – We Buy New Used X.21 (‘s) Top Dollar Paid!

If you’re looking to Sell Visual Networks X.21 Interface Inline Probe ASE

Visual Networks Universal Inline Probe

The Visual UpTime® Select™ X.21 LinkSafe™ inline probe ASE is deployed inline on an access line, typically between a CSU/DSU and customer premises equipment (CPE). It supports Multi-Protocol software for deployment in standard frame relay or HDLC networks and IP Transport software for deployment in frame relay or HDLC-based networks that use IP switching. The ASE supports X.21 connectivity through a X.21 Data Terminal Equipment (DTE) interface on the network side and Data Communications Equipment (DCE) interface on the user side. The ASE operates at data rates up to 2.048 Mbps, deriving timing from the network-side and sourcing timing on the user side. It also includes LinkSafe technology to protect circuit integrity in case of an ASE outage, as well as power failure noti?cation.

Features:

  • Inband management capabilities
  • LinkSafe technology
  • Multi-Protocol or IP Transport software
  • Service Level Agreement (SLA) metrics
  • Voice over IP (VoIP) analysis capability
  • Application analysis capability
  • LMI spoo?ng
  • LAN management port
  • Power loss detection
  • Realtime events

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Visual Networks E3 Inline Probe
The Visual UpTime® Select™ E3 LinkSafe™ inline probe ASE complies with Class A standards for countries using E3 ATM lines and supports digital transmission at the E3 rate of 34 Mbps. This ASE supports Multi-Protocol software for deployment in standard ATM networks and IP Transport software for deployment in ATM-based networks that use IP switching. The ASE also includes LinkSafe technology to protect circuit integrity in case of an ASE outage, as well as power failure noti? cation.
The E3 inline probe ASE is designed for deployment at the network demarcation point between a subscriber’s CPE and the WAN. It can be deployed in ATM and mixed frame relay-ATM environments. The ? gure below shows the ASE positioned at the edge of an inter-worked frame relay-to-ATM network, allowing for SLA messaging between a frame relay DLCI and an ATM VPI/VCI.

What are ASEs?
ASEs (Analysis Service Elements) are data collection and network performance monitoring hardware devices placed on a wide area network (WAN) or Local Area Network (LAN) as part of the Visual UpTime Select system,which offers in-depth, real-time, and historical visibility into the performance of your applications infrastructure. In the system, data gathered by ASEs is stored in the Visual UpTime Select server and displayed and analyzed from the Visual UpTime Select Web client. As a service level management tool, ASEs indicate when services are being met, provide warnings when services start to degrade, and send alerts when services are not met.

Features:

  • Inband management capabilities
  • LinkSafe technology
  • Multi-Protocol or IP Transport software
  • Service Level Agreement (SLA) metrics
  • Application analysis capability
  • LAN management port
  • Realtime events

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Selling Fluke Networks DS3/E3– We Buy New Used DS3/E3 (‘s) Top Dollar Paid!

If you’re looking to Sell Fluke Networks DS3/E3 Visual Uptime Select

Fluke Networks DS3/E3 Inline Probe

The Visual UpTime® Select™ DS3/E3* LinkSafe™ inline probe ASE complies with Class A standards for countries using DS3 access lines and supports digital transmission at the DS3 rate of 45 Mbps. This ASE supports IP Transport software for deployment in ATMbased data networks that use IP switching over DS3 physical lines.
The DS3/E3 ASE includes LinkSafe technology to protect circuit integrity in case of an ASE outage, as well as power failure notification.This ASE is designed for deployment at the network demarcation point between a subscriber’s CPE and the WAN. The figure below shows the ASE positioned between a Line Services Unit and a customer edge router on a DS3 line.

What are ASEs?
ASEs (Analysis Service Elements) are data collection and network performance monitoring hardware devices placed on a wide area network (WAN) or Local Area Network (LAN) as part of the Visual Performance Management system, which offers in-depth, real-time, and historical visibility into the performance of your applications infrastructure. Data gathered by ASEs is stored in the Visual Performance Manager server and displayed and analyzed from the Web portal interface. As a service level management tool, ASEs indicate when services are being met, provide warnings when services start to degrade, and send alerts when services are not met.

Features:

  • Monitor ATM data on DS3 lines
  • IP Transport software
  • LinkSafe technology
  • VoIP call monitoring
  • Application analysis capability
  • LAN management port
  • Realtime events

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Fluke Networks 660 Frame Relay Assistant

Three test tools in one.
An automated test tool for frame relay installation and troubleshooting.
Monitors live frame circuits.
Pass/fail results.
Optional Internetwork Throughput test.
Product Capabilities
Fluke Networks’ 660 Frame Relay Installation Assistant automatically determines frame relay and line configurations, provides a one-button AutoTest to replace multiple-step provisioning procedures, and enables the frontline technician to run IP tests with no prior knowledge of IP technology.

The 660 Series Frame Relay Installation Assistant is a portable, battery-operated, handheld tester used to install frame relay services and perform basic throughput testing and troubleshooting of those services over Wide Area Network (WAN) links.

As an installation tool, the Frame Relay Installation Assistant gives you the option of emulating customer premise or network equipment. This feature enables you to test the function of each network component and determine whether a frame relay service is ready for use before any routers, Channel Service Units/Data Service Units (CSUs/DSUs), or Frame Relay Access Devices (FRADS) are deployed.

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As a basic throughput and troubleshooting tool, you can use the tester to verify end-to-end connectivity and test performance of a frame relay network. You can obtain single-ended throughput diagnostics by configuring soft loopbacks in CPE or network switches. Additionally, you can perform end-to-end throughput testing by terminating each end of a permanent virtual circuit (PVC) with a 660 tester and conducting a two-way test.

The tester can also monitor in-service traffic to capture utilization, congestion, and error statistics over a specified period. The data can be stored in the tester’s memory or exported to a personal computer for processing by a spreadsheet program or text editor.

660TE: connects to and tests frame relay service on DDS, T1, E1, and Serial circuits

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If you’re looking to Sell Fluke 686 Enterprise LANMeter

  • Troubleshoots and manages 10/100 Ethernet and Token Ring networks
  • Frame relay, ISDN and T1/E1 troubleshooting
  • Direct connectivity to test 100BASE-TX networks
  • A large range of enhancement options for full network vision
  • Auto-negotiate sensing capabilities
  • Network Monitor
  • Switch Testing
  • Remote Access
  • Protocol Analysis
  • Wide Area Capability
  • Network Documentation
  • Extensible Monitoring

The isolated nature of a switched network can be a nightmare for Network Engineers who are responsible for troubleshooting problems in these environments.

The Enterprise LANMeter® Series provides you with troubleshooting and management capabilities for 10/100 Ethernet and Token Ring networks. With the SwitchWizard™ and WideAreaWizard™ options you can browse switch, router and other SNMP statistics in a graphical user friendly manner. You can also dig into frame relay, ISDN and T1/E1 configurations to check utilization and connectivity problems.

For 672, 675, 682 and 685 users, enhancement kits are available to allow you to convert your existing LANMeter product to a 683 or 686 Enterprise LANMeter capable of direct connection to Fast Ethernet networks. Additionally, our Priority Support Gold Members automatically receive a 20% discount on these enhancements.

Plummeting per-port costs for Fast Ethernet hubs and user demands for higher bandwidth to the desktop are forcing many networks to adopt 100BASE-TX as the technology of choice for growth and for replacement of aging hardware. To support this trend, Fluke added direct connectivity for 100BASE-TX to the already popular Enterprise LANMeter series test tools.

The 683 (10/100 Ethernet) and 686 (10/100 Ethernet, and Token Ring) Enterprise LANMeters take advantage of the support for Fast Ethernet offered by implementing a complete auto-negotiate sensing capability. Users may connect to 10 or 100 Mbps Ethernet drops indiscriminately, and the instrument will automatically detect which speed is present and link accordingly. Or, if advanced testing is appropriate, the user may configure 10 or 100 Mbps explicitly in order to force a connection at the desired

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Network Monitor

Enterprise LANMeter’s extensive network monitoring capabilities include:

Ethernet

  • Network Statistics – Monitors the general health of a network by calculating statistics for key network parameters. The results show Utilization, Collisions, Errors, and Broadcasts as average, maximum, and total values, in numeric and bar graph formats.
  • Error Statistics – Monitors the types and sources of errors. Displays chart which shows error distributions by error type. For Error Types that are preceded by the icon, highlight the specific Error Type and press the “Zoom In” softkey to obtain a list of stations sourcing those errors.

 

Token Ring

  • Network Statistics – Monitors the general health of a network by calculating statistics for key network parameters. The results show Utilization and Soft Errors in numeric and bar graph formats, and other key frames as average, maximum, and total numerical values.
  • Error Statistics – Monitors the types and sources of errors. Displays results in numerical and pie chart formats. Highlight a category and press the “Zoom In” softkey for fault domain address information.
  • Token Rotation – Calculates the time for the token to travel completely around the ring. This test shows the last, average, and maximum values for token rotation time and the number of active stations. The LANMeter analyzer also reports when token rotation is outside of the normal range.
  • Ring Stations – Monitors the Network and compiles an ordered list of stations inserted into the ring. The list is in the correct physical order around the ring, starting with the active monitor.
    Stations may be displayed in the following address formats, depending on which are known; symbolic name, manufacturer prefix, or hexadecimal MAC address.
    Use the active monitor history screen to view a time-stamped log of which stations have been the active monitor. This helps you isolate hard-to-find problems related to which station is the active monitor.
  • Beaconing Rings – Push one button and, in seconds, the LANMeter analyzer will insert into a beaconing ring and automatically identify the fault domain. No more wading through screens of decodes to extract the buried fault domain information. A beacon alert pop-up window is displayed when the LANMeter analyzer detects beacon frames on the network.

 

Ethernet and Token Ring

  • Protocol Mix – Displays a percentage-ranked listing of the top protocols measured by frame count on the local segment.
    The LANMeter analyzer automatically identifies encapsulation types for IPX. Highlight a protocol and press the “Zoom In” softkey for a list of the top stations transmitting that protocol. The list of all protocols and stations recorded for each protocol may be printed or viewed.
  • Top Senders – Monitors the busiest transmitting nodes on the local network. The LANMeter analyzer can be configured to filter on a single address and show the top senders to a particular station.
  • Top Receivers – Monitors the busiest receiving nodes on the network. Information is displayed in the same format as Top Senders.
  • Top Broadcasters – Monitors the type and source of broadcasts and can be used to identify misconfigured stations. The LANMeter analyzer distinguishes between broadcast, multi-cast, and non-broadcast frames for Ethernet. For Token Ring, the LANMeter analyzer distinguishes between all routes, single routes, no route control, and non-broadcast frames.
  • Traffic generation – Traffic generation is used to stress test network components. Adding traffic reveals media and other physical layer problems on networks. The traffic generator may be run concurrently on Ethernet networks with Network Statistics, Error Statistics, and Collision Analysis, and on Token Ring networks with Network Statistics, Error Statistics, and Ring Stations. Use traffic generation to characterize network behavior in high traffic circumstances. User selectable parameters include frames-per-second of added traffic and frame size. To assist in testing bridges and routers the LANMeter analyzer automatically builds IP and IPX headers, all you need to supply is the source and destination address.
    While the test is running, users may increase or decrease the current frame rate and size on the fly with the cursor keys. This is particularly useful when trying to locate sources of throughput problems and failure conditions.
    For Token Ring networks, select among three different worst-case data patterns. These patterns are known to test for correlated phase jitter sensitivity resulting from cabling, adapter card, and interoperability problems.
  • MAC Matrix – Monitors the busiest transmitting nodes on the local network and displays test results by Source/Destination address pairs. Test results include frame count transmitted by each address in the pair combination. When address filtering is on, displayed conversations are limited to those that are to or from the filtered address. With filtering off, the test tracks the first 512 conversing station pairs seen on the network, displaying the busiest eight.
    A list of all conversations recorded as transmitting during the test may be printed or viewed.

 

Switch Testing

  • Improved Virtual Network (VLAN) Support – Access to private MIB information and enhanced detection of VLAN traffic, such as Cisco’s Inter-Switch Link (ISL) protocol, allows the Enterprise LANMeter to monitor individual backbone segments for bandwidth consumption and top talkers.
    Information about detected VLAN traffic, and VLAN configurations on a per-port basis for the most popular switches are available at a keystroke, and without any required configuration of the Enterprise LANMeter.
  • Optional SwitchWizard – “Network requirements are driving an evolution in networking technology,” said Manny Rivelo, Systems Engineer Manager at Cisco Systems, a world leader in switching technology and a beta user of the SwitchWizard edition of Enterprise LANMeter.
    “As more people deploy switching into their networks, the tools used to manage shared media will be severely limited. The powerful SwitchWizard capabilities of the Fluke Enterprise LANMeter address these limitations.”
    Documenting which user(s) are attached to which switch port has been a labor-intensive challenge until now. The SwitchWizard™ option now provides the ability to store bridge forwarding table information for export to a PC or printer from all standard switch products via a single keystroke. This ability will permit network support staff to significantly enhance the quality of network documentation with little effort.
    The SwitchWizard edition of the Enterprise LANMeter series performs a Segment Discovery test, which analyzes the attached IP segment and catalogues all critical network attributes. In addition to identifying problems, searching for IP routers, subnet information, IP servers, including DHCP, BOOTP and DNS servers, SNMP agents and local hosts, the enhanced Segment Discovery feature will also identify bridges and switches.
    Once the desired switch is identified, the MultiPort Statistics function can be run to determine what is occurring at each port of the switch. The test displays utilization and error percentages for up to eight ports simultaneously, while monitoring the other ports in the background. The user may sort the data by port number, average utilization or average error rates. The MultiPort Statistics test will display information for any type of port, including 10BASE-T, Token Ring, Serial Links, Fast Ethernet, and FDDI.
    Additional tests, such as Statistics Detail and Port Detail provide additional information on switches. Statistics Detail gives utilization, error rates and broadcast traffic levels as well as the capability of viewing the types of errors seen at that port. Port Detail displays the list of MAC addresses from the port’s bridge forwarding table, together with their associated IP addresses and DNS names from the Segment Discovery test.
    SwitchWizard is available as either an option or upgrade to the Fluke Enterprise LANMeter. For more information and pricing, contact your local sales organization.

 

Remote Access

Web Enabled Access Web Browser Remote Viewing

Any Java-enabled web browser now allows senior network support staff to assist network technicians or remote office staff in diagnosing and interpreting network problems with the Enterprise LANMeter.

A quick telephone call to provide the instrument’s current IP address permits anyone with a web browser to see the current instrument display.   No more awkward dialogs where the experienced technician is trying to guess over the phone what test the user is running, or trying to imagine what critical bit of information the user didn’t think was important enough to mention.   By using the web browser reload or refresh feature, changes to the instrument display are available almost as quickly as for the person holding the instrument.

The web browser may also be used to retrieve stored test results and view configurations remotely.

 

Features available through virtually any web browser include:

  • View the current Enterprise LANMeter display
  • Retrieve test results
  • Retrieve screen captures
  • Retrieve station lists
  • Retrieve data logs

E-mail Support for Test Results

Increased use of TCP/IP driven by Internet access has provided an opportunity for Fluke to facilitate the easy retrieval of test results from the Enterprise LANMeter.

After configuring the instrument with a valid TCP/IP address and the identity of your mail server, all test results stored in the instrument may be immediately e-mailed to your mail account via a just-tested network connection.

Stored results that may be e-mailed in this manner include:

  • Test results
  • Screen captures
  • Station lists
  • Data logs

 

Network Documentation

Improved Documentation Capabilities

Documenting which user(s) are attached to which switch port has been a labor intensive challenge until now. The SwitchWizard™ option now provides the ability to store bridge forwarding table information for export to a PC or printer from all standard switch products via a single keystroke. This ability will permit network support staff to significantly enhance the quality of network documentation with little effort.

The Data Log function has also been enhanced to permit recording of an entire week’s worth of statistics. The logging function permits configurations of five or seven consecutive 24-hour log files with no user intervention. These log files may then be exported to a PC for processing into charts and graphs and detailed analysis by the optional Network Inspector LANMeter Edition or LANMeter Reporter Software, or your own spreadsheet application.

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If you’re looking to Sell Fluke 683 10/100 Enterprise LANMeter

Fluke 683 Enterprise LANMeter
LANMeter Instrument Network Configuration

The Fluke LANMeter series of handheld testers now makes testing and troubleshooting complicated networks faster and easier than ever before.The first and only portable troubleshooting tools specifically designed to help network managers see across routers to view events on managed networks

Modern Tools for Modern Networks

Today’s diverse super-segmented WANs are loaded with managed hubs, switches, and routers, all scattered over remote sites, making it almost impossible to “see” where problems are originating. Unlike protocol analyzers the Enterprise LANMeter gives managers of these modern networks the fast answers they need.

Ease of Use

From the moment you pick it up, you will find the LANMeter’s front panel simple, straightforward and fast to use. Five dynamically labeled soft function keys put you in control of the intuitive menu system, and status LED indicators reflect the most common local segment problems. It also contains an extensive context sensitive help file system.

New Device Verification

Minimize installation problems by using the LANMeter to verify correct operation of network interface cards, cabling and hubs or MAUs before they have a chance to impact network operation. Verify connectivity and access to key network resources through LAN and WAN connections with protocol-specific ping tests.

Quick Problem Isolation

The unique functionality of the LANMeter series allows you to quickly isolate the most common problems that occur on an Ethernet or Token Ring network. The Fluke LANMeter is the only single instrument in a handheld package capable of pinpointing network, component and cable problems.

Distributed Testing

The Enterprise LANMeter provides more flexibility in solving network problems by combining portability with remote access and control. With the WebRemote Control Option for Enterprise LANMeter, you can take full control of a 68x Enterprise LANMeter via a Netscape or Microsoft web browser anywhere on the network. No more running back and forth to the physical location of an intermittent problem hoping to be there when the problem occurs again. Just place the LANMeter near the source of the problem, point your web browser to the IP address of the LANMeter and monitor the situation from your office.

TCP / IP

Fluke has substantially enhanced support for today’s growing TCP/ IP networks. TCP/IP has rapidly become the most important network protocol for many enterprise- wide networks. The Enterprise LANMeter provides features designed to show key IP network configuration information that is necessary to troubleshoot connectivity and configuration problems in IP networks. In addition, Enterprise LANMeter can use SNMP commands to retrieve configuration and status information, such as route table and bridge forward table, to further facilitate quick diagnostic of network problems in switched or routed environment.

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SNMP

The Enterprise LANMeter is the first portable tool to include SNMP-based troubleshooting capabilities, in an easy-to-use format to reach beyond the attached LAN segment. The unique capability to query via SNMP (including MIB I, II and RMON queries) allows access to information that already exists in managed devices throughout the entire network.

Support You Can Count On The LANMeter analyzer’s Flash ROM Technology protects your investment by allowing quick and easy software updates from your PC. If anything should go wrong, you can count on Fluke’s worldwide service and support to get you up and running fast.

Cable Identifier

Used to map UTP drop and lobe cables to individual offices from the wiring closet. Unique Cable Identifier Remote Units are identified and displayed in the order detected. Up to thirteen identifiers can be connected.

Ethernet
HUB Autotest Tests new or suspected faulty hub and switch ports for correct operation by testing for the presence and polarity of link pulses, offered auto negotiation capabilities and for hub transmit levels. Protocols detected are identified, and selected local IP hosts and IPX servers are queried to ensure connectivity. Cable tests are performed when a cable fault is suspected.

SwitchWizard Option

This option shows what is occurring at each port of a multiinterface device. This test displays utilization and error percentages for up to eight ports simultaneously, while monitoring the other ports in the background. The user may sort the data by port number, average utilization or average error rates. The SwitchWizard Option will display information for any type of SNMP monitored port: Ethernet, Token Ring, Serial Links, FDDI, even very high speed switch backplanes. SwitchWizard will provide detailed Interface Statistics on the selected port, including utilization, error rates, and broadcast levels. You can obtain greater detail on the specific types of errors by pressing the Interface Errors softkey.

WideAreaWizard Option

This option allows access to information from WAN interfaces selected from the Internet Toolkit, Interface Table test.

WebRemote Control Option

Optional advanced features The WebRemote Control option expands the standard web server function of the Enterprise
LANMeter to allow full remote control of all test functions through a web browser. Users can access the power of the Enterprise LANMeter regardless of where they are. The access is password protected to prevent unauthorized access to the Enterprise LANMeter. Imagine that you can dispatch the Enterprise LANMeter to a remote site and remotely control it to troubleshoot the network without leaving your office. In addition, datalog sessions can be initiated remotely to create a network baseline report for network segments.

Features available through virtually any web browser include:

  • Navigate the LANMeter menus and screens
  • View the current Enterprise LANMeter display
  • Retrieve test results
  • Retrieve screen captures
  • Retrieve station lists
  • Retrieve data logs


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