Allegro Network Multimeter
What is the Allegro Network Multimeter?
Allegro Network Multimeters are powerful yet easy to use diagnostic appliances for network analysis. They are used by network administrators to monitor and acquire highly granular real-time and historical network traffic. A comprehensive network analysis can be quickly performed, network problems can be detected with just a few clicks, performance bottlenecks identified, and packet losses detected. The Network Multimeter is the market-leading device for analyzing faults and peak loads, and a highly efficient monitoring tool to ensure best network quality.
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What is so Special About Allegro Network Multimeters?
The entry-level models of the Allegro Network Multimeter are small, lightweight and do not need to be configured. They can be flexibly integrated at almost any point in the network, either directly at the customer's premises or accessed remotely. Our customers appreciate the fact that our debugger is both mobile and high-performance. This provides cost-efficient and powerful network analysis.
What are the system sizes of the network troubleshooting tool?
The Allegro Network Multimeter is available in four different system sizes - designed for network analysis in 1 G, 10 G, 40 G or 100 G networks. The entry-level model (Allegro 200) which weighs in at 260 g is not much larger than a smartphone; the larger versions (Allegro 1000 / Allegro 3000) fit into a laptop bag and weigh around 2 kg. The Allegro 1000 & 3000 Series is also available as a rackmount unit. The 3500 / 5500 Series are optimized as 4U rack devices for installation in server racks. All Allegro Network Multimeters help speed up your network analysis many times over.
Internal IT divisions
The Allegro Network Multimeter supports IT departments in troubleshooting and network analysis. Just connect the mobile device to the point in the network to be examined or place it in a central location for continuous monitoring. Use the Allegro 200 to inspect up to 200 workstations. The storage time and thus the possibility to analyse retrospectively depends on the data volume occurring in the network. If the capacity of the Allegro 200 is not sufficient, the Allegro 1000 is recommended, allowing you to benefit from more memory at no great extra cost. Allegro products are the foundation of your network troubleshooting: whether the printer isn't responding, a service can't be accessed, or the email hasn't arrived. The Allegro Network Multimeter helps you to quickly find and analyze network (LAN and WLAN) errors.
During network analysis with the Allegro Network Multimeter, errors can be found on the different layers in the network. It does not matter whether you suspect the error in the different VLANs, at the IP or application level. Using the information gathered with the Allegro Network Multimeter, you can quickly determine whether the error is in your data center or at the customer's site. Also ensure the quality of the services you have guaranteed (SLAs). For example, if the repetition rate of a service increases, the Allegro Network Multimeter will send you a warning if you wish.
IT system houses
Once you have set up a network, you can use the Allegro Network Multimeter to verify that the data communication and applications are working. If the customer later reports an error, send the mobile Allegro Network Multimeter to the customer. There the device can be connected by a local administrator and immediately start the network analysis. Debug problems remotely via web interface: You can also investigate sporadic errors by navigating to the recorded network traffic in the web interface. Retrospective pcap extraction from the required packages is also possible with the help of the ring buffer. You can choose whether you want to save the pcap on the local USB disk or on your computer.
The Allegro Network Multimeter can be integrated as Virtual Network Functions (VNF) into your existing infrastructure. Continuously measure the quality and services used. If necessary, you can use the information collected to analyze your peak loads and the causes of errors. With the Allegro Network Multimeter, you also get a manufacturer-independent tool for finding malfunctions in network components and reporting them in detail to manufacturers. The pcap ring buffer also allows detection of sporadic errors such as temporary jitter in a data connection.