Selling Fluke NetTool We Buy New Used NetTool (‘s) Top Dollar Paid!

If you’re looking to Sell Fluke NetTool Series II Network Tester

Email not responding? Who’s to blame? Where to start? NetTool Series II redefines how to track down and isolate the source of connectivity problems while providing the vision you need to troubleshoot network devices.

The new Series II NetTool features NetProve™ diagnostics – this easy, one-button test proves if the network is to blame for a connectivity problem. In seconds, you can test connectivity to key devices and service ports enterprise-wide.

NetTool’s inline vision provides a unique view into 10, 100 and Gigabit links to troubleshoot device problems fast. Verify compatible configurations of switches and PCs. Monitor the conversations between VoIP phones and the network. Monitor ports for suspicious traffic from spyware, malware, and viruses. Discover key devices, problems, VLANs and switch ports. Measure PoE line voltage and current and verify PoE pairs.

And if the problem is cable related, NetTool verifies wiremap, displays the distance to cabling faults, and locates cables others can’t with IntelliTone Digital Toning.

All this in a handheld, portable tool built to take what you can dish out.

 

NetTool Series II features

  • NetProve diagnostics – isolate device and application connectivity issues in seconds.
  • Inline Gigabit – troubleshoot Gigabit-tothe- desk deployments with dual 10, 100, and 1000 Mbps Ethernet interfaces.
  • PoE current measurement – view PoE current, voltage and pair information either inline or single-ended.
  • Monitoring and authentication option – identify spyware, malware, and viruses with port monitoring; troubleshoot authentication issues with 802.1X log.
  • VoIP Option – monitor IP phone boot-up and VoIP conversations and measure key call quality metrics.
  • PC to network connectivity – connect inline between two network devices and see common connectivity problems like speed and duplex mismatch, link problems, and errors.
  • PC’s network configuration – review servers the PC is configured to use, with services offered, name, IP address and subnet.
  • VLAN, CDP, EDP, LLDP visibility – see native and appliance VLANs and discovery protocol information. Inline vision between the PC or VoIP phone and network to solve application connectivity problems with the touch of a button
  • Spot available network resources – see the IP address, MAC address, subnet, and services offered by active servers, routers and printers.
  • Identify protocols on the PC and network – IP, NetWare, NetBIOS, Apple, and other protocols shown to identify mismatches and unwanted protocols.
  • Distinguish service at a network drop – determine whether a drop is offering Ethernet, phone, Token Ring, or is inactive.
  • Monitor network health – see frames sent, utilization, broadcasts, errors, and collisions – for both the desktop and network conversations.
  • Problems Log – alerts you to excessive errors, duplicate IPs, unanswered DNS queries, unwanted protocols and TCP/IP connection failures.
  • Perform basic cable tests – check patch cables or installed wiring for length, shorts, split pairs, or opens, including pin-to-pin connection.
  • IntelliToneTM Digital Signalling – quickly and safely locate cables on active networks, even when terminated at a switch.

 

Isolate device and application connectivity issues in seconds with NetProve™
Verify, isolate, and document device and connectivity problems faster than ever before with automated NetProve diagnostics. A user calls you, blaming the network, when he is unable to send an email message. Armed with a NetTool Series II, in seconds you can prove whether the network is truly at fault by seeing connectivity to key network devices and services. If the network is at fault, NetProve will isolate the source of the problem so you can fix it fast. If it is not the network, NetProve will identify which device or application port is slow to respond so you can dispatch the appropriate resource to correct the problem. This revolutionary new way to resolve connectivity issues is at least four times faster than conventional methods, resulting in improved productivity and happier users.

And NetProve improves IT staff efficiencies through improved workflow – simply create multiple catalogs representing various segments of your network. Within minutes, you can prove connectivity with up to 100 key enterprise devices and services. Do you manage remote sites? Equip less skilled personnel at remote sites with NetTools, pre-loaded with NetProve catalogs, to shift some frontline troubleshooting responsibilities to local staff.

Inline functionality reduces troubleshooting time
NetTool Series II is the only handheld troubleshooting tool with inline vision into 10, 100 and Gigabit links to see the actual traffic between the network and end devices like PCs, VoIP phones, access points and security cameras. By analyzing networkdevice conversations, you can view detailed configuration information to troubleshoot compatibility and connectivity issues. Monitor link health and network problems, discover key devices, identify active protocols, and view segment information including VLANs and switch port.

Maintain network security
Suspect malicious applications may be affecting a user’s network connection? The monitoring and authentication option allows you to identify spyware, malware, and viruses fast. Select from a list of ports used on your network and test against the expected list during troubleshooting. Unexpected traffic and ports will be displayed and flagged during the autotest.

Whether you have already deployed 802.1X or plan to soon, the monitoring and authentication option can help. For troubleshooting, monitoring and authentication can be used inline between a PC and the network to observe the client authentication process and identify failures. For deployment, your NetTool can be used to emulate a device and verify connection by loading it with your enterprise 802.1X configuration settings.

Debug VoIP phone problems
Connect inline for visibility into real-time VoIP traffic to quickly diagnose IP phone boot-up and call control problems and to measure key call quality metrics. Qualify links as being ready for VoIP during pre-deployment assessments. Monitor VoIP calls and troubleshoot VoIP problems near the edge of your network with an immediate view into call processes, avoiding the need for complicated and time-consuming packet capture and post-capture decode. Measure key VoIP metrics, including jitter and dropped packets, to quantify the quality of an IP call.

Measure PoE power
Fully characterize your Power over Ethernet (PoE) links prior to the rollout of PoE services or the installation of powered devices. Verify the PoE pairs, line voltage and current to ensure a successful deployment. Place a NetTool Series II inline between a PD and PSE to troubleshoot PoE link configuration issues.

Buying, Selling, Trading Fluke NetTool

Locate cables on active networks
IntelliTone digital signaling gives you superior vision for locating cables hidden in floors, ceilings, walls and in bundles. When paired with an IntelliTone Probe (optional), this breakthrough digital technology facilitates safe and effective cable location on active networks, even when terminated at a switch. The IntelliTone Probe clearly identifies this digital signal with audio and LED visual indicators, allowing rapid isolation of the correct cable from a bundle or on a patch panel – eliminating hours of cable confusion.

Save, send, or print reports
Generate comprehensive test reports to document network resources and PC configurations – document the network, end device, protocols, key devices, VoIP log and NetProve pass/fail results. Create baseline reports for future reference. Deliver proof that the network is operating properly or, if not, document the source of the problem for trouble ticket escalation to other groups like the server or application support team.

Minimize training time, maximize productivity
NetTool is so easy to use, even inexperienced technicians can get up to speed quickly with minimal training. And it’s priced so every technician can have one. By reducing the time and expense associated with troubleshooting PC, VoIP, device application connectivity problems, NetTool dramatically increases technician productivity.

If you’re selling your Fluke NetTool please fill out form on the right hand side of page.

Selling Fluke NetTool We Buy New Used NetTool (‘s) Top Dollar Paid!

If you’re looking to Sell Fluke NetToolSeries II Network Tester

Email not responding? Who’s to blame? Where to start? NetTool Series II redefines how to track down and isolate the source of connectivity problems while providing the vision you need to troubleshoot network devices.

The new Series II NetTool features NetProve™ diagnostics – this easy, one-button test proves if the network is to blame for a connectivity problem. In seconds, you can test connectivity to key devices and service ports enterprise-wide.

NetTool’s inline vision provides a unique view into 10, 100 and Gigabit links to troubleshoot device problems fast. Verify compatible configurations of switches and PCs. Monitor the conversations between VoIP phones and the network. Monitor ports for suspicious traffic from spyware, malware, and viruses. Discover key devices, problems, VLANs and switch ports. Measure PoE line voltage and current and verify PoE pairs.

And if the problem is cable related, NetTool verifies wiremap, displays the distance to cabling faults, and locates cables others can’t with IntelliTone Digital Toning.

All this in a handheld, portable tool built to take what you can dish out.

 

NetTool Series II features

  • NetProve diagnostics – isolate device and application connectivity issues in seconds.
  • Inline Gigabit – troubleshoot Gigabit-tothe- desk deployments with dual 10, 100, and 1000 Mbps Ethernet interfaces.
  • PoE current measurement – view PoE current, voltage and pair information either inline or single-ended.
  • Monitoring and authentication option – identify spyware, malware, and viruses with port monitoring; troubleshoot authentication issues with 802.1X log.
  • PC to network connectivity – connect inline between two network devices and see common connectivity problems like speed and duplex mismatch, link problems, and errors.
  • PC’s network configuration – review servers the PC is configured to use, with services offered, name, IP address and subnet.
  • VLAN, CDP, EDP, LLDP visibility – see native and appliance VLANs and discovery protocol information. Inline vision between the PC or VoIP phone and network to solve application connectivity problems with the touch of a button
  • Spot available network resources – see the IP address, MAC address, subnet, and services offered by active servers, routers and printers.
  • Identify protocols on the PC and network – IP, NetWare, NetBIOS, Apple, and other protocols shown to identify mismatches and unwanted protocols.
  • Distinguish service at a network drop – determine whether a drop is offering Ethernet, phone, Token Ring, or is inactive.
  • Monitor network health – see frames sent, utilization, broadcasts, errors, and collisions – for both the desktop and network conversations.
  • Problems Log – alerts you to excessive errors, duplicate IPs, unanswered DNS queries, unwanted protocols and TCP/IP connection failures.
  • Perform basic cable tests – check patch cables or installed wiring for length, shorts, split pairs, or opens, including pin-to-pin connection.
  • IntelliToneTM Digital Signalling – quickly and safely locate cables on active networks, even when terminated at a switch.

 

Isolate device and application connectivity issues in seconds with NetProve™
Verify, isolate, and document device and connectivity problems faster than ever before with automated NetProve diagnostics. A user calls you, blaming the network, when he is unable to send an email message. Armed with a NetTool Series II, in seconds you can prove whether the network is truly at fault by seeing connectivity to key network devices and services. If the network is at fault, NetProve will isolate the source of the problem so you can fix it fast. If it is not the network, NetProve will identify which device or application port is slow to respond so you can dispatch the appropriate resource to correct the problem. This revolutionary new way to resolve connectivity issues is at least four times faster than conventional methods, resulting in improved productivity and happier users.

And NetProve improves IT staff efficiencies through improved workflow – simply create multiple catalogs representing various segments of your network. Within minutes, you can prove connectivity with up to 100 key enterprise devices and services. Do you manage remote sites? Equip less skilled personnel at remote sites with NetTools, pre-loaded with NetProve catalogs, to shift some frontline troubleshooting responsibilities to local staff.

Inline functionality reduces troubleshooting time
NetTool Series II is the only handheld troubleshooting tool with inline vision into 10, 100 and Gigabit links to see the actual traffic between the network and end devices like PCs, VoIP phones, access points and security cameras. By analyzing networkdevice conversations, you can view detailed configuration information to troubleshoot compatibility and connectivity issues. Monitor link health and network problems, discover key devices, identify active protocols, and view segment information including VLANs and switch port.

Maintain network security
Suspect malicious applications may be affecting a user’s network connection? The monitoring and authentication option allows you to identify spyware, malware, and viruses fast. Select from a list of ports used on your network and test against the expected list during troubleshooting. Unexpected traffic and ports will be displayed and flagged during the autotest.

Whether you have already deployed 802.1X or plan to soon, the monitoring and authentication option can help. For troubleshooting, monitoring and authentication can be used inline between a PC and the network to observe the client authentication process and identify failures. For deployment, your NetTool can be used to emulate a device and verify connection by loading it with your enterprise 802.1X configuration settings.

Debug VoIP phone problems
Connect inline for visibility into real-time VoIP traffic to quickly diagnose IP phone boot-up and call control problems and to measure key call quality metrics. Qualify links as being ready for VoIP during pre-deployment assessments. Monitor VoIP calls and troubleshoot VoIP problems near the edge of your network with an immediate view into call processes, avoiding the need for complicated and time-consuming packet capture and post-capture decode. Measure key VoIP metrics, including jitter and dropped packets, to quantify the quality of an IP call.

Measure PoE power
Fully characterize your Power over Ethernet (PoE) links prior to the rollout of PoE services or the installation of powered devices. Verify the PoE pairs, line voltage and current to ensure a successful deployment. Place a NetTool Series II inline between a PD and PSE to troubleshoot PoE link configuration issues.

Buying, Selling, Trading Fluke NetTool

Locate cables on active networks
IntelliTone digital signaling gives you superior vision for locating cables hidden in floors, ceilings, walls and in bundles. When paired with an IntelliTone Probe (optional), this breakthrough digital technology facilitates safe and effective cable location on active networks, even when terminated at a switch. The IntelliTone Probe clearly identifies this digital signal with audio and LED visual indicators, allowing rapid isolation of the correct cable from a bundle or on a patch panel – eliminating hours of cable confusion.

Save, send, or print reports
Generate comprehensive test reports to document network resources and PC configurations – document the network, end device, protocols, key devices, VoIP log and NetProve pass/fail results. Create baseline reports for future reference. Deliver proof that the network is operating properly or, if not, document the source of the problem for trouble ticket escalation to other groups like the server or application support team.

Minimize training time, maximize productivity
NetTool is so easy to use, even inexperienced technicians can get up to speed quickly with minimal training. And it’s priced so every technician can have one. By reducing the time and expense associated with troubleshooting PC, VoIP, device application connectivity problems, NetTool dramatically increases technician productivity.

If you’re selling your Fluke NetTool please fill out form on the right hand side of page.

Selling Fluke NetTool We Buy New Used NetTool (‘s) Top Dollar Paid!

If you’re looking to Sell Fluke NetTool Series II Network Tester

Email not responding? Who’s to blame? Where to start? NetTool Series II redefines how to track down and isolate the source of connectivity problems while providing the vision you need to troubleshoot network devices.

The new Series II NetTool features NetProve™ diagnostics – this easy, one-button test proves if the network is to blame for a connectivity problem. In seconds, you can test connectivity to key devices and service ports enterprise-wide.

NetTool’s inline vision provides a unique view into 10, 100 and Gigabit links to troubleshoot device problems fast. Verify compatible configurations of switches and PCs. Monitor the conversations between VoIP phones and the network. Monitor ports for suspicious traffic from spyware, malware, and viruses. Discover key devices, problems, VLANs and switch ports. Measure PoE line voltage and current and verify PoE pairs.

And if the problem is cable related, NetTool verifies wiremap, displays the distance to cabling faults, and locates cables others can’t with IntelliTone Digital Toning.

All this in a handheld, portable tool built to take what you can dish out.

 

NetTool Series II features

  • NetProve diagnostics – isolate device and application connectivity issues in seconds.
  • Inline Gigabit – troubleshoot Gigabit-tothe- desk deployments with dual 10, 100, and 1000 Mbps Ethernet interfaces.
  • PoE current measurement – view PoE current, voltage and pair information either inline or single-ended.
  • Monitoring and authentication option – identify spyware, malware, and viruses with port monitoring; troubleshoot authentication issues with 802.1X log.
  • VoIP Option – monitor IP phone boot-up and VoIP conversations and measure key call quality metrics.
  • PC to network connectivity – connect inline between two network devices and see common connectivity problems like speed and duplex mismatch, link problems, and errors.
  • PC’s network configuration – review servers the PC is configured to use, with services offered, name, IP address and subnet.
  • VLAN, CDP, EDP, LLDP visibility – see native and appliance VLANs and discovery protocol information. Inline vision between the PC or VoIP phone and network to solve application connectivity problems with the touch of a button
  • Spot available network resources – see the IP address, MAC address, subnet, and services offered by active servers, routers and printers.
  • Identify protocols on the PC and network – IP, NetWare, NetBIOS, Apple, and other protocols shown to identify mismatches and unwanted protocols.
  • Distinguish service at a network drop – determine whether a drop is offering Ethernet, phone, Token Ring, or is inactive.
  • Monitor network health – see frames sent, utilization, broadcasts, errors, and collisions – for both the desktop and network conversations.
  • Problems Log – alerts you to excessive errors, duplicate IPs, unanswered DNS queries, unwanted protocols and TCP/IP connection failures.
  • Perform basic cable tests – check patch cables or installed wiring for length, shorts, split pairs, or opens, including pin-to-pin connection.
  • IntelliToneTM Digital Signalling – quickly and safely locate cables on active networks, even when terminated at a switch.

 

Isolate device and application connectivity issues in seconds with NetProve™
Verify, isolate, and document device and connectivity problems faster than ever before with automated NetProve diagnostics. A user calls you, blaming the network, when he is unable to send an email message. Armed with a NetTool Series II, in seconds you can prove whether the network is truly at fault by seeing connectivity to key network devices and services. If the network is at fault, NetProve will isolate the source of the problem so you can fix it fast. If it is not the network, NetProve will identify which device or application port is slow to respond so you can dispatch the appropriate resource to correct the problem. This revolutionary new way to resolve connectivity issues is at least four times faster than conventional methods, resulting in improved productivity and happier users.

And NetProve improves IT staff efficiencies through improved workflow – simply create multiple catalogs representing various segments of your network. Within minutes, you can prove connectivity with up to 100 key enterprise devices and services. Do you manage remote sites? Equip less skilled personnel at remote sites with NetTools, pre-loaded with NetProve catalogs, to shift some frontline troubleshooting responsibilities to local staff.

Inline functionality reduces troubleshooting time
NetTool Series II is the only handheld troubleshooting tool with inline vision into 10, 100 and Gigabit links to see the actual traffic between the network and end devices like PCs, VoIP phones, access points and security cameras. By analyzing networkdevice conversations, you can view detailed configuration information to troubleshoot compatibility and connectivity issues. Monitor link health and network problems, discover key devices, identify active protocols, and view segment information including VLANs and switch port.

Maintain network security
Suspect malicious applications may be affecting a user’s network connection? The monitoring and authentication option allows you to identify spyware, malware, and viruses fast. Select from a list of ports used on your network and test against the expected list during troubleshooting. Unexpected traffic and ports will be displayed and flagged during the autotest.

Whether you have already deployed 802.1X or plan to soon, the monitoring and authentication option can help. For troubleshooting, monitoring and authentication can be used inline between a PC and the network to observe the client authentication process and identify failures. For deployment, your NetTool can be used to emulate a device and verify connection by loading it with your enterprise 802.1X configuration settings.

Debug VoIP phone problems
Connect inline for visibility into real-time VoIP traffic to quickly diagnose IP phone boot-up and call control problems and to measure key call quality metrics. Qualify links as being ready for VoIP during pre-deployment assessments. Monitor VoIP calls and troubleshoot VoIP problems near the edge of your network with an immediate view into call processes, avoiding the need for complicated and time-consuming packet capture and post-capture decode. Measure key VoIP metrics, including jitter and dropped packets, to quantify the quality of an IP call.

Measure PoE power
Fully characterize your Power over Ethernet (PoE) links prior to the rollout of PoE services or the installation of powered devices. Verify the PoE pairs, line voltage and current to ensure a successful deployment. Place a NetTool Series II inline between a PD and PSE to troubleshoot PoE link configuration issues.

Buying, Selling, Trading Fluke NetTool

 

Locate cables on active networks
IntelliTone digital signaling gives you superior vision for locating cables hidden in floors, ceilings, walls and in bundles. When paired with an IntelliTone Probe (optional), this breakthrough digital technology facilitates safe and effective cable location on active networks, even when terminated at a switch. The IntelliTone Probe clearly identifies this digital signal with audio and LED visual indicators, allowing rapid isolation of the correct cable from a bundle or on a patch panel – eliminating hours of cable confusion.

Save, send, or print reports
Generate comprehensive test reports to document network resources and PC configurations – document the network, end device, protocols, key devices, VoIP log and NetProve pass/fail results. Create baseline reports for future reference. Deliver proof that the network is operating properly or, if not, document the source of the problem for trouble ticket escalation to other groups like the server or application support team.

Minimize training time, maximize productivity
NetTool is so easy to use, even inexperienced technicians can get up to speed quickly with minimal training. And it’s priced so every technician can have one. By reducing the time and expense associated with troubleshooting PC, VoIP, device application connectivity problems, NetTool dramatically increases technician productivity.

If you’re selling your Fluke NetTool please fill out form on the right hand side of page.

Selling Fluke NetTool We Buy New Used NetTool (‘s) Top Dollar Paid!

If you’re looking to Sell Fluke NetTool Series II Network Tester

Email not responding? Who’s to blame? Where to start? NetTool Series II redefines how to track down and isolate the source of connectivity problems while providing the vision you need to troubleshoot network devices.

The new Series II NetTool features NetProve™ diagnostics – this easy, one-button test proves if the network is to blame for a connectivity problem. In seconds, you can test connectivity to key devices and service ports enterprise-wide.

NetTool’s inline vision provides a unique view into 10, 100 and Gigabit links to troubleshoot device problems fast. Verify compatible configurations of switches and PCs. Monitor the conversations between VoIP phones and the network. Monitor ports for suspicious traffic from spyware, malware, and viruses. Discover key devices, problems, VLANs and switch ports. Measure PoE line voltage and current and verify PoE pairs.

And if the problem is cable related, NetTool verifies wiremap, displays the distance to cabling faults, and locates cables others can’t with IntelliTone Digital Toning.

All this in a handheld, portable tool built to take what you can dish out.

 

NetTool Series II features

  • NetProve diagnostics – isolate device and application connectivity issues in seconds.
  • Inline Gigabit – troubleshoot Gigabit-tothe- desk deployments with dual 10, 100, and 1000 Mbps Ethernet interfaces.
  • PoE current measurement – view PoE current, voltage and pair information either inline or single-ended.
  • Monitoring and authentication option – identify spyware, malware, and viruses with port monitoring; troubleshoot authentication issues with 802.1X log.
  • VoIP Option – monitor IP phone boot-up and VoIP conversations and measure key call quality metrics.
  • PC to network connectivity – connect inline between two network devices and see common connectivity problems like speed and duplex mismatch, link problems, and errors.
  • PC’s network configuration – review servers the PC is configured to use, with services offered, name, IP address and subnet.
  • VLAN, CDP, EDP, LLDP visibility – see native and appliance VLANs and discovery protocol information. Inline vision between the PC or VoIP phone and network to solve application connectivity problems with the touch of a button
  • Spot available network resources – see the IP address, MAC address, subnet, and services offered by active servers, routers and printers.
  • Identify protocols on the PC and network – IP, NetWare, NetBIOS, Apple, and other protocols shown to identify mismatches and unwanted protocols.
  • Distinguish service at a network drop – determine whether a drop is offering Ethernet, phone, Token Ring, or is inactive.
  • Monitor network health – see frames sent, utilization, broadcasts, errors, and collisions – for both the desktop and network conversations.
  • Problems Log – alerts you to excessive errors, duplicate IPs, unanswered DNS queries, unwanted protocols and TCP/IP connection failures.
  • Perform basic cable tests – check patch cables or installed wiring for length, shorts, split pairs, or opens, including pin-to-pin connection.
  • IntelliToneTM Digital Signalling – quickly and safely locate cables on active networks, even when terminated at a switch.

Buying, Selling, Trading Fluke NetTool

Isolate device and application connectivity issues in seconds with NetProve™
Verify, isolate, and document device and connectivity problems faster than ever before with automated NetProve diagnostics. A user calls you, blaming the network, when he is unable to send an email message. Armed with a NetTool Series II, in seconds you can prove whether the network is truly at fault by seeing connectivity to key network devices and services. If the network is at fault, NetProve will isolate the source of the problem so you can fix it fast. If it is not the network, NetProve will identify which device or application port is slow to respond so you can dispatch the appropriate resource to correct the problem. This revolutionary new way to resolve connectivity issues is at least four times faster than conventional methods, resulting in improved productivity and happier users.

And NetProve improves IT staff efficiencies through improved workflow – simply create multiple catalogs representing various segments of your network. Within minutes, you can prove connectivity with up to 100 key enterprise devices and services. Do you manage remote sites? Equip less skilled personnel at remote sites with NetTools, pre-loaded with NetProve catalogs, to shift some frontline troubleshooting responsibilities to local staff.

Inline functionality reduces troubleshooting time
NetTool Series II is the only handheld troubleshooting tool with inline vision into 10, 100 and Gigabit links to see the actual traffic between the network and end devices like PCs, VoIP phones, access points and security cameras. By analyzing networkdevice conversations, you can view detailed configuration information to troubleshoot compatibility and connectivity issues. Monitor link health and network problems, discover key devices, identify active protocols, and view segment information including VLANs and switch port.

Maintain network security
Suspect malicious applications may be affecting a user’s network connection? The monitoring and authentication option allows you to identify spyware, malware, and viruses fast. Select from a list of ports used on your network and test against the expected list during troubleshooting. Unexpected traffic and ports will be displayed and flagged during the autotest.

Whether you have already deployed 802.1X or plan to soon, the monitoring and authentication option can help. For troubleshooting, monitoring and authentication can be used inline between a PC and the network to observe the client authentication process and identify failures. For deployment, your NetTool can be used to emulate a device and verify connection by loading it with your enterprise 802.1X configuration settings.

 

Debug VoIP phone problems
Connect inline for visibility into real-time VoIP traffic to quickly diagnose IP phone boot-up and call control problems and to measure key call quality metrics. Qualify links as being ready for VoIP during pre-deployment assessments. Monitor VoIP calls and troubleshoot VoIP problems near the edge of your network with an immediate view into call processes, avoiding the need for complicated and time-consuming packet capture and post-capture decode. Measure key VoIP metrics, including jitter and dropped packets, to quantify the quality of an IP call.

Measure PoE power
Fully characterize your Power over Ethernet (PoE) links prior to the rollout of PoE services or the installation of powered devices. Verify the PoE pairs, line voltage and current to ensure a successful deployment. Place a NetTool Series II inline between a PD and PSE to troubleshoot PoE link configuration issues.

Locate cables on active networks
IntelliTone digital signaling gives you superior vision for locating cables hidden in floors, ceilings, walls and in bundles. When paired with an IntelliTone Probe (optional), this breakthrough digital technology facilitates safe and effective cable location on active networks, even when terminated at a switch. The IntelliTone Probe clearly identifies this digital signal with audio and LED visual indicators, allowing rapid isolation of the correct cable from a bundle or on a patch panel – eliminating hours of cable confusion.

Save, send, or print reports
Generate comprehensive test reports to document network resources and PC configurations – document the network, end device, protocols, key devices, VoIP log and NetProve pass/fail results. Create baseline reports for future reference. Deliver proof that the network is operating properly or, if not, document the source of the problem for trouble ticket escalation to other groups like the server or application support team.

Minimize training time, maximize productivity
NetTool is so easy to use, even inexperienced technicians can get up to speed quickly with minimal training. And it’s priced so every technician can have one. By reducing the time and expense associated with troubleshooting PC, VoIP, device application connectivity problems, NetTool dramatically increases technician productivity.

If you’re selling your Fluke NetTool please fill out form on the right hand side of page.

Selling Fluke NetTool We Buy New Used NetTool (‘s) Top Dollar Paid!

If you’re looking to Sell Fluke NetTool
1H173 – Fluke NetTool 10/100/1000 Series II Network Tester

Email not responding? Who’s to blame? Where to start? NetTool Series II redefines how to track down and isolate the source of connectivity problems while providing the vision you need to troubleshoot network devices.

The new Series II NetTool features NetProve™ diagnostics – this easy, one-button test proves if the network is to blame for a connectivity problem. In seconds, you can test connectivity to key devices and service ports enterprise-wide.

NetTool’s inline vision provides a unique view into 10, 100 and Gigabit links to troubleshoot device problems fast. Verify compatible configurations of switches and PCs. Monitor the conversations between VoIP phones and the network. Monitor ports for suspicious traffic from spyware, malware, and viruses. Discover key devices, problems, VLANs and switch ports. Measure PoE line voltage and current and verify PoE pairs.

And if the problem is cable related, NetTool verifies wiremap, displays the distance to cabling faults, and locates cables others can’t with IntelliTone Digital Toning.

All this in a handheld, portable tool built to take what you can dish out.

 

NetTool Series II features

  • NetProve diagnostics – isolate device and application connectivity issues in seconds.
  • Inline Gigabit – troubleshoot Gigabit-tothe- desk deployments with dual 10, 100, and 1000 Mbps Ethernet interfaces.
  • PoE current measurement – view PoE current, voltage and pair information either inline or single-ended.
  • Monitoring and authentication option – identify spyware, malware, and viruses with port monitoring; troubleshoot authentication issues with 802.1X log.
  • VoIP Option – monitor IP phone boot-up and VoIP conversations and measure key call quality metrics.
  • PC to network connectivity – connect inline between two network devices and see common connectivity problems like speed and duplex mismatch, link problems, and errors.
  • PC’s network configuration – review servers the PC is configured to use, with services offered, name, IP address and subnet.
  • VLAN, CDP, EDP, LLDP visibility – see native and appliance VLANs and discovery protocol information. Inline vision between the PC or VoIP phone and network to solve application connectivity problems with the touch of a button
  • Spot available network resources – see the IP address, MAC address, subnet, and services offered by active servers, routers and printers.
  • Identify protocols on the PC and network – IP, NetWare, NetBIOS, Apple, and other protocols shown to identify mismatches and unwanted protocols.
  • Distinguish service at a network drop – determine whether a drop is offering Ethernet, phone, Token Ring, or is inactive.
  • Monitor network health – see frames sent, utilization, broadcasts, errors, and collisions – for both the desktop and network conversations.
  • Problems Log – alerts you to excessive errors, duplicate IPs, unanswered DNS queries, unwanted protocols and TCP/IP connection failures.
  • Perform basic cable tests – check patch cables or installed wiring for length, shorts, split pairs, or opens, including pin-to-pin connection.
  • IntelliToneTM Digital Signalling – quickly and safely locate cables on active networks, even when terminated at a switch.

 

Isolate device and application connectivity issues in seconds with NetProve™
Verify, isolate, and document device and connectivity problems faster than ever before with automated NetProve diagnostics. A user calls you, blaming the network, when he is unable to send an email message. Armed with a NetTool Series II, in seconds you can prove whether the network is truly at fault by seeing connectivity to key network devices and services. If the network is at fault, NetProve will isolate the source of the problem so you can fix it fast. If it is not the network, NetProve will identify which device or application port is slow to respond so you can dispatch the appropriate resource to correct the problem. This revolutionary new way to resolve connectivity issues is at least four times faster than conventional methods, resulting in improved productivity and happier users.

And NetProve improves IT staff efficiencies through improved workflow – simply create multiple catalogs representing various segments of your network. Within minutes, you can prove connectivity with up to 100 key enterprise devices and services. Do you manage remote sites? Equip less skilled personnel at remote sites with NetTools, pre-loaded with NetProve catalogs, to shift some frontline troubleshooting responsibilities to local staff.

Inline functionality reduces troubleshooting time
NetTool Series II is the only handheld troubleshooting tool with inline vision into 10, 100 and Gigabit links to see the actual traffic between the network and end devices like PCs, VoIP phones, access points and security cameras. By analyzing networkdevice conversations, you can view detailed configuration information to troubleshoot compatibility and connectivity issues. Monitor link health and network problems, discover key devices, identify active protocols, and view segment information including VLANs and switch port.

Maintain network security
Suspect malicious applications may be affecting a user’s network connection? The monitoring and authentication option allows you to identify spyware, malware, and viruses fast. Select from a list of ports used on your network and test against the expected list during troubleshooting. Unexpected traffic and ports will be displayed and flagged during the autotest.

Whether you have already deployed 802.1X or plan to soon, the monitoring and authentication option can help. For troubleshooting, monitoring and authentication can be used inline between a PC and the network to observe the client authentication process and identify failures. For deployment, your NetTool can be used to emulate a device and verify connection by loading it with your enterprise 802.1X configuration settings.

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Debug VoIP phone problems
Connect inline for visibility into real-time VoIP traffic to quickly diagnose IP phone boot-up and call control problems and to measure key call quality metrics. Qualify links as being ready for VoIP during pre-deployment assessments. Monitor VoIP calls and troubleshoot VoIP problems near the edge of your network with an immediate view into call processes, avoiding the need for complicated and time-consuming packet capture and post-capture decode. Measure key VoIP metrics, including jitter and dropped packets, to quantify the quality of an IP call.

Measure PoE power
Fully characterize your Power over Ethernet (PoE) links prior to the rollout of PoE services or the installation of powered devices. Verify the PoE pairs, line voltage and current to ensure a successful deployment. Place a NetTool Series II inline between a PD and PSE to troubleshoot PoE link configuration issues.

Locate cables on active networks
IntelliTone digital signaling gives you superior vision for locating cables hidden in floors, ceilings, walls and in bundles. When paired with an IntelliTone Probe (optional), this breakthrough digital technology facilitates safe and effective cable location on active networks, even when terminated at a switch. The IntelliTone Probe clearly identifies this digital signal with audio and LED visual indicators, allowing rapid isolation of the correct cable from a bundle or on a patch panel – eliminating hours of cable confusion.

Save, send, or print reports
Generate comprehensive test reports to document network resources and PC configurations – document the network, end device, protocols, key devices, VoIP log and NetProve pass/fail results. Create baseline reports for future reference. Deliver proof that the network is operating properly or, if not, document the source of the problem for trouble ticket escalation to other groups like the server or application support team.

Minimize training time, maximize productivity
NetTool is so easy to use, even inexperienced technicians can get up to speed quickly with minimal training. And it’s priced so every technician can have one. By reducing the time and expense associated with troubleshooting PC, VoIP, device application connectivity problems, NetTool dramatically increases technician productivity.

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If you’re looking to Sell Fluke NetTool 10/100/1000 Series II Network Tester

Email not responding? Who’s to blame? Where to start? NetTool Series II redefines how to track down and isolate the source of connectivity problems while providing the vision you need to troubleshoot network devices.

The new Series II NetTool features NetProve™ diagnostics – this easy, one-button test proves if the network is to blame for a connectivity problem. In seconds, you can test connectivity to key devices and service ports enterprise-wide.

NetTool’s inline vision provides a unique view into 10, 100 and Gigabit links to troubleshoot device problems fast. Verify compatible configurations of switches and PCs. Monitor the conversations between VoIP phones and the network. Monitor ports for suspicious traffic from spyware, malware, and viruses. Discover key devices, problems, VLANs and switch ports. Measure PoE line voltage and current and verify PoE pairs.

And if the problem is cable related, NetTool verifies wiremap, displays the distance to cabling faults, and locates cables others can’t with IntelliTone Digital Toning.

All this in a handheld, portable tool built to take what you can dish out.

 

NetTool Series II features

  • NetProve diagnostics – isolate device and application connectivity issues in seconds.
  • Inline Gigabit – troubleshoot Gigabit-tothe- desk deployments with dual 10, 100, and 1000 Mbps Ethernet interfaces.
  • PoE current measurement – view PoE current, voltage and pair information either inline or single-ended.
  • Monitoring and authentication option – identify spyware, malware, and viruses with port monitoring; troubleshoot authentication issues with 802.1X log.
  • PC to network connectivity – connect inline between two network devices and see common connectivity problems like speed and duplex mismatch, link problems, and errors.
  • PC’s network configuration – review servers the PC is configured to use, with services offered, name, IP address and subnet.
  • VLAN, CDP, EDP, LLDP visibility – see native and appliance VLANs and discovery protocol information. Inline vision between the PC or VoIP phone and network to solve application connectivity problems with the touch of a button
  • Spot available network resources – see the IP address, MAC address, subnet, and services offered by active servers, routers and printers.
  • Identify protocols on the PC and network – IP, NetWare, NetBIOS, Apple, and other protocols shown to identify mismatches and unwanted protocols.
  • Distinguish service at a network drop – determine whether a drop is offering Ethernet, phone, Token Ring, or is inactive.
  • Monitor network health – see frames sent, utilization, broadcasts, errors, and collisions – for both the desktop and network conversations.
  • Problems Log – alerts you to excessive errors, duplicate IPs, unanswered DNS queries, unwanted protocols and TCP/IP connection failures.
  • Perform basic cable tests – check patch cables or installed wiring for length, shorts, split pairs, or opens, including pin-to-pin connection.
  • IntelliToneTM Digital Signalling – quickly and safely locate cables on active networks, even when terminated at a switch.

 

Isolate device and application connectivity issues in seconds with NetProve™
Verify, isolate, and document device and connectivity problems faster than ever before with automated NetProve diagnostics. A user calls you, blaming the network, when he is unable to send an email message. Armed with a NetTool Series II, in seconds you can prove whether the network is truly at fault by seeing connectivity to key network devices and services. If the network is at fault, NetProve will isolate the source of the problem so you can fix it fast. If it is not the network, NetProve will identify which device or application port is slow to respond so you can dispatch the appropriate resource to correct the problem. This revolutionary new way to resolve connectivity issues is at least four times faster than conventional methods, resulting in improved productivity and happier users.

And NetProve improves IT staff efficiencies through improved workflow – simply create multiple catalogs representing various segments of your network. Within minutes, you can prove connectivity with up to 100 key enterprise devices and services. Do you manage remote sites? Equip less skilled personnel at remote sites with NetTools, pre-loaded with NetProve catalogs, to shift some frontline troubleshooting responsibilities to local staff.

Inline functionality reduces troubleshooting time
NetTool Series II is the only handheld troubleshooting tool with inline vision into 10, 100 and Gigabit links to see the actual traffic between the network and end devices like PCs, VoIP phones, access points and security cameras. By analyzing networkdevice conversations, you can view detailed configuration information to troubleshoot compatibility and connectivity issues. Monitor link health and network problems, discover key devices, identify active protocols, and view segment information including VLANs and switch port.

Maintain network security
Suspect malicious applications may be affecting a user’s network connection? The monitoring and authentication option allows you to identify spyware, malware, and viruses fast. Select from a list of ports used on your network and test against the expected list during troubleshooting. Unexpected traffic and ports will be displayed and flagged during the autotest.

Whether you have already deployed 802.1X or plan to soon, the monitoring and authentication option can help. For troubleshooting, monitoring and authentication can be used inline between a PC and the network to observe the client authentication process and identify failures. For deployment, your NetTool can be used to emulate a device and verify connection by loading it with your enterprise 802.1X configuration settings.

Debug VoIP phone problems
Connect inline for visibility into real-time VoIP traffic to quickly diagnose IP phone boot-up and call control problems and to measure key call quality metrics. Qualify links as being ready for VoIP during pre-deployment assessments. Monitor VoIP calls and troubleshoot VoIP problems near the edge of your network with an immediate view into call processes, avoiding the need for complicated and time-consuming packet capture and post-capture decode. Measure key VoIP metrics, including jitter and dropped packets, to quantify the quality of an IP call.

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Measure PoE power
Fully characterize your Power over Ethernet (PoE) links prior to the rollout of PoE services or the installation of powered devices. Verify the PoE pairs, line voltage and current to ensure a successful deployment. Place a NetTool Series II inline between a PD and PSE to troubleshoot PoE link configuration issues.

Locate cables on active networks
IntelliTone digital signaling gives you superior vision for locating cables hidden in floors, ceilings, walls and in bundles. When paired with an IntelliTone Probe (optional), this breakthrough digital technology facilitates safe and effective cable location on active networks, even when terminated at a switch. The IntelliTone Probe clearly identifies this digital signal with audio and LED visual indicators, allowing rapid isolation of the correct cable from a bundle or on a patch panel – eliminating hours of cable confusion.

Save, send, or print reports
Generate comprehensive test reports to document network resources and PC configurations – document the network, end device, protocols, key devices, VoIP log and NetProve pass/fail results. Create baseline reports for future reference. Deliver proof that the network is operating properly or, if not, document the source of the problem for trouble ticket escalation to other groups like the server or application support team.

Minimize training time, maximize productivity
NetTool is so easy to use, even inexperienced technicians can get up to speed quickly with minimal training. And it’s priced so every technician can have one. By reducing the time and expense associated with troubleshooting PC, VoIP, device application connectivity problems, NetTool dramatically increases technician productivity.

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NetTool

Sometimes less can be more, especially where network test equipment is concerned. Several of the feature-rich connectivity testers on the market are bulky, expensive and difficult to use for first-line technicians. These testers often have an abundance of options and abilities that are seldom used in basic network testing. Network analyzers also can be dangerous in unskilled hands because the tester can generate undesired network traffic unknowingly. And, often a technician may need two or more testers, a laptop computer, diagnostic software and sometimes the assistance of network engineers to get to the root of network problems.

Fluke Networks addresses most of these with its new NetTool Connectivity Tester. Positioned in Fluke’s lineup between its DSP (digital signal processor) wiring testers and the OneTouch series network analyzers, the palm-sized NetTool combines the most desired elements of network analyzers and cable-scanning equipment. It has an easy-to-use interface designed to bridge the gap between network and PC technicians.

Fluke has created an all-in-one tester that does exactly what it sets out to do: test the network, PC link and wiring at the first-responder level. Well-designed and with intuitive controls, NetTool seemed to be thinking for me on more than one occasion during my tests. And the unit’s small size is an advantage; it fits easily on a belt, in a laptop case or in a tool bag.

NetTool has six push-buttons (including the power switch), and its easy-to-read display and three-color LEDs combine to help give a technician tremendous insight into the desktop-to-network connectivity environment, including network characteristics and key network resources. The unit also provides a very practical approach to looking at network wiring. Additionally, NetTool is strictly passive, so it won’t interfere with network traffic.

NetTool is powered by four AA alkaline batteries or an optional AC adapter. Battery life is an estimated 20 hours of normal usage. A serial cable is provided to allow for tester screen-shot captures to a PC and also is used for software upgrades through the included NetTool Blaster support software. I upgraded the software on the demo unit provided by Fluke and found the process to be fast and painless. As with other Fluke products, NetTool software upgrades will be available on a CD or downloadable via the Web, according to the company.

NetTool is configured in two models that differ only in firmware (and cost), and tests can be run in single-ended mode or inline mode. NetTool configured for single-ended testing verifies a live network connection, speed and duplex of a link, key devices on the network (IP, Novell NetWare and NetBIOS servers, along with routers and printers), health of the connection and observed protocols. Individual protocols can be tagged as “unwanted” and will be called out as problems if found on the network.

The tester shows cable length on a horizontal cable not connected to the network and individual pair lengths without needing a remote adapter. Patch-cord integrity can be verified by using both RJ-45 jacks on NetTool. For those charged with upkeeping a cable plant as well as the network, NetTool can provide most of the functionality of Microtest’s Microscanner and Siemon Co.’s STM-8 testers. Fluke’s NetTool can verify wiring.

 

Link Runner

At a Glance :

  • Link : Determine whether the drop is active, identify its speed, duplex capabilities and service type-10/100/1000 Mbps.
  • Ping : Verify connectivity to key devices.
  • Cable verification : Multiple tests help you quickly determine if cable is the problem.
  • Cable identification : Document unmarked segments, saving you hours of troubleshooting time.
  • Improved efficiency : Speed up the escalation process by identifying physical or link layer problems.

 

Product Capabilities :

  • An essential, personal tool to quickly verify network connectivity and availability.
  • As networks run faster and become more complex, infrastructure cabling and devices must operate to precise levels in a tighter performance window.
  • As a result, nearly 80% of network problems stem from simple wiring and connection problems.
  • Front-line technicians are the first line of defense against problems in the physical and link layers of the network.
  • LinkRunner improves your troubleshooting and escalation accuracy by helping you to quickly identify if a problem is the network or the PC NIC.

 

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Microscanner Pro

The MicroScanner Pro is a powerful verification tool designed to confirm basic installation quality of multiple cable types. It automates the testing of cable conductor continuity and configuration, and provides necessary information to rapidly solve prob- lems including the location of cable faults. MicroScanner Pro tests coaxial cable (RG6, RG59, etc., for CATV/CCTV), twisted pair cable (UTP/STP/SSTP), and other wiring for audio, control, security or basic telephone service. The MicroScanner Pro speeds basic live network testing with powerful network tap service and speed identification.

 

Quickly identify problems
Use the MicroScanner Pro for verification to ensure basic continuity and correct terminations. The wiremap test checks end-to-end continuity on all UTP cable four-wire pairs to quickly verify if the cable under test has the correct wiring scheme (either 568A or 568B) and identifies any cabling problems.  MicroScanner Pro quickly identifies a fault (see Figure 1), allowing you to see opens, shorts, crossed pairs, split pairs or any miswires.

 

MicroScanner Pro features

  • Tests all common copper cable types: bare wire, coaxial cabling, UTP and STP cabling
  • Checks wire configuration (wiremap) to ANSI/TIA/EIA 568A, 568B standards
  • Speeds identification and troubleshooting of common miswires such as opens, shorts, crossed and split pairs
  • Uses patented TDR technology to ensure accurate pair length measurements
  • Flashes hub light to help identify pairs
  • Generates four unique tones for locating cables hidden in walls, ceilings, or wiring closets
  • Identifies active networking 10 Base-T/ 100Base-T hubs
  • Identifies half or full duplex capability
  • Matches (UTP or coaxial) cables to offices during adds, moves and changes
  • Enables patch cable testing without couplers or external adapters

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NetTool Series II

Email not responding? Who’s to blame? Where to start? NetTool Series II redefines how to track down and isolate the source of connectivity problems while providing the vision you need to troubleshoot network devices.

The new Series II NetTool features NetProve™ diagnostics – this easy, one-button test proves if the network is to blame for a connectivity problem. In seconds, you can test connectivity to key devices and service ports enterprise-wide.

NetTool’s inline vision provides a unique view into 10, 100 and Gigabit links to troubleshoot device problems fast. Verify compatible configurations of switches and PCs. Monitor the conversations between VoIP phones and the network. Monitor ports for suspicious traffic from spyware, malware, and viruses. Discover key devices, problems, VLANs and switch ports. Measure PoE line voltage and current and verify PoE pairs.

And if the problem is cable related, NetTool verifies wiremap, displays the distance to cabling faults, and locates cables others can’t with IntelliTone Digital Toning.

All this in a handheld, portable tool built to take what you can dish out.

 

NetTool Series II features

  • NetProve diagnostics – isolate device and application connectivity issues in seconds.
  • Inline Gigabit – troubleshoot Gigabit-tothe- desk deployments with dual 10, 100, and 1000 Mbps Ethernet interfaces.
  • PoE current measurement – view PoE current, voltage and pair information either inline or single-ended.
  • Monitoring and authentication option – identify spyware, malware, and viruses with port monitoring; troubleshoot authentication issues with 802.1X log.
  • VoIP Option – monitor IP phone boot-up and VoIP conversations and measure key call quality metrics.
  • PC to network connectivity – connect inline between two network devices and see common connectivity problems like speed and duplex mismatch, link problems, and errors.
  • PC’s network configuration – review servers the PC is configured to use, with services offered, name, IP address and subnet.
  • VLAN, CDP, EDP, LLDP visibility – see native and appliance VLANs and discovery protocol information. Inline vision between the PC or VoIP phone and network to solve application connectivity problems with the touch of a button
  • Spot available network resources – see the IP address, MAC address, subnet, and services offered by active servers, routers and printers.
  • Identify protocols on the PC and network – IP, NetWare, NetBIOS, Apple, and other protocols shown to identify mismatches and unwanted protocols.
  • Distinguish service at a network drop – determine whether a drop is offering Ethernet, phone, Token Ring, or is inactive.
  • Monitor network health – see frames sent, utilization, broadcasts, errors, and collisions – for both the desktop and network conversations.
  • Problems Log – alerts you to excessive errors, duplicate IPs, unanswered DNS queries, unwanted protocols and TCP/IP connection failures.
  • Perform basic cable tests – check patch cables or installed wiring for length, shorts, split pairs, or opens, including pin-to-pin connection.
  • IntelliToneTM Digital Signalling – quickly and safely locate cables on active networks, even when terminated at a switch.

 

Isolate device and application connectivity issues in seconds with NetProve™
Verify, isolate, and document device and connectivity problems faster than ever before with automated NetProve diagnostics. A user calls you, blaming the network, when he is unable to send an email message. Armed with a NetTool Series II, in seconds you can prove whether the network is truly at fault by seeing connectivity to key network devices and services. If the network is at fault, NetProve will isolate the source of the problem so you can fix it fast. If it is not the network, NetProve will identify which device or application port is slow to respond so you can dispatch the appropriate resource to correct the problem. This revolutionary new way to resolve connectivity issues is at least four times faster than conventional methods, resulting in improved productivity and happier users.

And NetProve improves IT staff efficiencies through improved workflow – simply create multiple catalogs representing various segments of your network. Within minutes, you can prove connectivity with up to 100 key enterprise devices and services. Do you manage remote sites? Equip less skilled personnel at remote sites with NetTools, pre-loaded with NetProve catalogs, to shift some frontline troubleshooting responsibilities to local staff.

Inline functionality reduces troubleshooting time
NetTool Series II is the only handheld troubleshooting tool with inline vision into 10, 100 and Gigabit links to see the actual traffic between the network and end devices like PCs, VoIP phones, access points and security cameras. By analyzing networkdevice conversations, you can view detailed configuration information to troubleshoot compatibility and connectivity issues. Monitor link health and network problems, discover key devices, identify active protocols, and view segment information including VLANs and switch port.

Maintain network security
Suspect malicious applications may be affecting a user’s network connection? The monitoring and authentication option allows you to identify spyware, malware, and viruses fast. Select from a list of ports used on your network and test against the expected list during troubleshooting. Unexpected traffic and ports will be displayed and flagged during the autotest.

Whether you have already deployed 802.1X or plan to soon, the monitoring and authentication option can help. For troubleshooting, monitoring and authentication can be used inline between a PC and the network to observe the client authentication process and identify failures. For deployment, your NetTool can be used to emulate a device and verify connection by loading it with your enterprise 802.1X configuration settings.

Debug VoIP phone problems
Connect inline for visibility into real-time VoIP traffic to quickly diagnose IP phone boot-up and call control problems and to measure key call quality metrics. Qualify links as being ready for VoIP during pre-deployment assessments. Monitor VoIP calls and troubleshoot VoIP problems near the edge of your network with an immediate view into call processes, avoiding the need for complicated and time-consuming packet capture and post-capture decode. Measure key VoIP metrics, including jitter and dropped packets, to quantify the quality of an IP call.

Measure PoE power
Fully characterize your Power over Ethernet (PoE) links prior to the rollout of PoE services or the installation of powered devices. Verify the PoE pairs, line voltage and current to ensure a successful deployment. Place a NetTool Series II inline between a PD and PSE to troubleshoot PoE link configuration issues.

Locate cables on active networks
IntelliTone digital signaling gives you superior vision for locating cables hidden in floors, ceilings, walls and in bundles. When paired with an IntelliTone Probe (optional), this breakthrough digital technology facilitates safe and effective cable location on active networks, even when terminated at a switch. The IntelliTone Probe clearly identifies this digital signal with audio and LED visual indicators, allowing rapid isolation of the correct cable from a bundle or on a patch panel – eliminating hours of cable confusion.

Save, send, or print reports
Generate comprehensive test reports to document network resources and PC configurations – document the network, end device, protocols, key devices, VoIP log and NetProve pass/fail results. Create baseline reports for future reference. Deliver proof that the network is operating properly or, if not, document the source of the problem for trouble ticket escalation to other groups like the server or application support team.

Minimize training time, maximize productivity
NetTool is so easy to use, even inexperienced technicians can get up to speed quickly with minimal training. And it’s priced so every technician can have one. By reducing the time and expense associated with troubleshooting PC, VoIP, device application connectivity problems, NetTool dramatically increases technician productivity.

 

Link Runner

At a Glance :

  • Link : Determine whether the drop is active, identify its speed, duplex capabilities and service type-10/100/1000 Mbps.
  • Ping : Verify connectivity to key devices.
  • Cable verification : Multiple tests help you quickly determine if cable is the problem.
  • Cable identification : Document unmarked segments, saving you hours of troubleshooting time.
  • Improved efficiency : Speed up the escalation process by identifying physical or link layer problems.

 

Product Capabilities :

  • An essential, personal tool to quickly verify network connectivity and availability.
  • As networks run faster and become more complex, infrastructure cabling and devices must operate to precise levels in a tighter performance window.
  • As a result, nearly 80% of network problems stem from simple wiring and connection problems.
  • Front-line technicians are the first line of defense against problems in the physical and link layers of the network.
  • LinkRunner improves your troubleshooting and escalation accuracy by helping you to quickly identify if a problem is the network or the PC NIC.

 

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Microscanner 2

Revolutionary Interface:
Yesterday’s cable verification testers-force users to toggle between up to four different modes of operation to view all test results. This not only slows the test process, but also causes frustration and leads to high  user error rates. MicroScanner2 has defeated this challenge by displaying key test results – wiremap, pair lengths, distance to fault, cable ID, and  far end device – all on one screen. Plus it features an oversized, backlit LCD screen with the power to display wiremap results graphically, which  brings unprecedented comfort and clarity to the user experience.

Multimedia Support:
Tired of losing or breaking all the adapters needed for testing the various  voice, data, and video media types? MicroScanner2 makes these awkward adapters things of the past with built-in RJ11, RJ45, and coax support. Both the main unit and the far-end identifiers can be used to test telephone jacks,  Ethernet jacks, and CATV outlets right out of the box. Just one more way  MicroScanner2 streamlines cable verification.

IntelliTone Toning:
MicroScanner2 features built-in IntelliTone digital and analog toning to  precisely locate virtually any cable or wire pair, regardless of work  environment. Use digital mode to locate high-grade data cabling (Cat 5e/6/6a)  in bundles, or at switches, patch panels, or wall outlets. Digital mode  especially performs in environments with high data, RF, or electromagnetic  interference. When coupled with the IntelliTone 200 Pro Probe, it can also be used to verify cable wiremap from either the tester end or the probe end.

Use analog mode on voice-grade cabling (Cat 3 and below), as well as coax, security/alarm, and speaker wiring. These cables are optimized for lower  frequency transmissions, and therefore are more easily isolated with a  low-frequency tone. MicroScanner2’s smart analog tone eliminates frustrating guesswork locating individual wire pairs during installations by changing songs each time the pair under test is shorted together. This provides technicians a  decisive way to identify individual wire pairs before punching them down or when  diagnosing voice transmission problems.

VDV Service Detection:
Voice, Data, and Video technicians have a lot more problems to deal with than just the cabling. They have to rule out a whole host of potential cable and  service issues before determining the cause of a connection problem.  MicroScanner2 acknowledges this, giving technicians high power vision to detect  today’s most common service problems. Detect the presence of POTS voltage and  verify polarity. Verify powered 10/100/1000 Ethernet switches at the far end.  Or, confirm proper PoE voltage and pairs.

Rugged Housing:
With all the abuse you put your tools through, you can’t afford for them to be  delicate. MicroScanner2 features a rubber wrap-around holster that makes it the right tool for even the toughest jobs. Toss it into your toolbox.It can handle it. Plus, it now comes standard with a vinyl carry pouch for enhanced protection and convenience.

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If you’re looking to Sell Fluke NetTool Network Connectivity Tester

Sometimes less can be more, especially where network test equipment is concerned. Several of the feature-rich connectivity testers on the market are bulky, expensive and difficult to use for first-line technicians. These testers often have an abundance of options and abilities that are seldom used in basic network testing. Network analyzers also can be dangerous in unskilled hands because the tester can generate undesired network traffic unknowingly. And, often a technician may need two or more testers, a laptop computer, diagnostic software and sometimes the assistance of network engineers to get to the root of network problems.

Fluke Networks addresses most of these with its new NetTool Connectivity Tester. Positioned in Fluke’s lineup between its DSP (digital signal processor) wiring testers and the OneTouch series network analyzers, the palm-sized NetTool combines the most desired elements of network analyzers and cable-scanning equipment. It has an easy-to-use interface designed to bridge the gap between network and PC technicians.

Fluke has created an all-in-one tester that does exactly what it sets out to do: test the network, PC link and wiring at the first-responder level. Well-designed and with intuitive controls, NetTool seemed to be thinking for me on more than one occasion during my tests. And the unit’s small size is an advantage; it fits easily on a belt, in a laptop case or in a tool bag.

NetTool has six push-buttons (including the power switch), and its easy-to-read display and three-color LEDs combine to help give a technician tremendous insight into the desktop-to-network connectivity environment, including network characteristics and key network resources. The unit also provides a very practical approach to looking at network wiring. Additionally, NetTool is strictly passive, so it won’t interfere with network traffic.

NetTool is powered by four AA alkaline batteries or an optional AC adapter. Battery life is an estimated 20 hours of normal usage. A serial cable is provided to allow for tester screen-shot captures to a PC and also is used for software upgrades through the included NetTool Blaster support software. I upgraded the software on the demo unit provided by Fluke and found the process to be fast and painless. As with other Fluke products, NetTool software upgrades will be available on a CD or downloadable via the Web, according to the company.

Buying, Selling, Trading Fluke NetTool

NetTool is configured in two models that differ only in firmware (and cost), and tests can be run in single-ended mode or inline mode. NetTool configured for single-ended testing verifies a live network connection, speed and duplex of a link, key devices on the network (IP, Novell NetWare and NetBIOS servers, along with routers and printers), health of the connection and observed protocols. Individual protocols can be tagged as “unwanted” and will be called out as problems if found on the network.

The tester shows cable length on a horizontal cable not connected to the network and individual pair lengths without needing a remote adapter. Patch-cord integrity can be verified by using both RJ-45 jacks on NetTool. For those charged with upkeeping a cable plant as well as the network, NetTool can provide most of the functionality of Microtest’s Microscanner and Siemon Co.’s STM-8 testers. Fluke’s NetTool can verify wiring.

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If you’re looking to Sell Fluke NetToolNetwork Connectivity Tester
Sometimes less can be more, especially where network test equipment is concerned. Several of the feature-rich connectivity testers on the market are bulky, expensive and difficult to use for first-line technicians. These testers often have an abundance of options and abilities that are seldom used in basic network testing. Network analyzers also can be dangerous in unskilled hands because the tester can generate undesired network traffic unknowingly. And, often a technician may need two or more testers, a laptop computer, diagnostic software and sometimes the assistance of network engineers to get to the root of network problems.

Fluke Networks addresses most of these with its new NetTool Connectivity Tester. Positioned in Fluke’s lineup between its DSP (digital signal processor) wiring testers and the OneTouch series network analyzers, the palm-sized NetTool combines the most desired elements of network analyzers and cable-scanning equipment. It has an easy-to-use interface designed to bridge the gap between network and PC technicians.

Fluke has created an all-in-one tester that does exactly what it sets out to do: test the network, PC link and wiring at the first-responder level. Well-designed and with intuitive controls, NetTool seemed to be thinking for me on more than one occasion during my tests. And the unit’s small size is an advantage; it fits easily on a belt, in a laptop case or in a tool bag.

NetTool has six push-buttons (including the power switch), and its easy-to-read display and three-color LEDs combine to help give a technician tremendous insight into the desktop-to-network connectivity environment, including network characteristics and key network resources. The unit also provides a very practical approach to looking at network wiring. Additionally, NetTool is strictly passive, so it won’t interfere with network traffic.

NetTool is powered by four AA alkaline batteries or an optional AC adapter. Battery life is an estimated 20 hours of normal usage. A serial cable is provided to allow for tester screen-shot captures to a PC and also is used for software upgrades through the included NetTool Blaster support software. I upgraded the software on the demo unit provided by Fluke and found the process to be fast and painless. As with other Fluke products, NetTool software upgrades will be available on a CD or downloadable via the Web, according to the company.

Buying, Selling, Trading Fluke NetTool

NetTool is configured in two models that differ only in firmware (and cost), and tests can be run in single-ended mode or inline mode. NetTool configured for single-ended testing verifies a live network connection, speed and duplex of a link, key devices on the network (IP, Novell NetWare and NetBIOS servers, along with routers and printers), health of the connection and observed protocols. Individual protocols can be tagged as “unwanted” and will be called out as problems if found on the network.

The tester shows cable length on a horizontal cable not connected to the network and individual pair lengths without needing a remote adapter. Patch-cord integrity can be verified by using both RJ-45 jacks on NetTool. For those charged with upkeeping a cable plant as well as the network, NetTool can provide most of the functionality of Microtest’s Microscanner and Siemon Co.’s STM-8 testers. Fluke’s NetTool can verify wiring.

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