Allegro Network Multimeter

Network Troubleshooter

What is the Allegro Network Multimeter?

The Allegro Network Multimeter is a device for diagnosing problems in network traffic. In a nutshell, it's a real-time and historical analysis and debugging tool for network administrators. It's powerful, yet easy to handle, enabling errors to be quickly detected and localized. Moreover, performance bottlenecks can be pinpointed, packet losses identified, and network quality measured.

What can it do for me?

The Allegro Network Multimeter can be integrated quickly and easily almost anywhere in your network. No extra software is required. There are various ways in which it can easily localize errors and do the groundwork for the analysis of load peaks and faults. This makes identifying network problems and unknown traffic child's play. In addition, the Allegro ensures network quality by measuring traffic continuously.

 

What’s special about the Allegro?

It's a piece of cake to get started! The Allegro is small, light, and requires no configuration. It can be flexibly integrated anywhere in a network, including on the client's premises. And it can be relocated just as easily. Despite being an inexpensive, mobile solution, it ensures the thoroughly reliable analysis of network traffic.

What sizes does the Allegro come in?

The Allegro comes in three different sizes for use in 1G, 10G, 40G or 100G networks. The entry-level Allegro 200 weighs 260g and is hardly bigger than a smartphone. The two larger versions - Allegro 1000 and Allegro 3000 - each weighs about 2kg and fit comfortably in a laptop case. The Allegro 1000 and 3000 series are also available as rack-mounted units.

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Allegro Network Multimeter