Allegro Network Multimeter 1500/ 3500 / 5500 Features
The Most Powerful Appliance in the Allegro Network Multimeter Family
- For Enterprise Core Networks, Data Centers, ISP Networks
- Up to 7 extension slots: dual 200 G (QSFP28), dual 40 G / 100 G (QSFP), dual 25 G (SFP28) dual / quad 10 G (SFP+), quad 1000BAse- (Cu), etc.
- 150 GBit/s max. throughput
- 64 GB integrated database memory, expandable up to 4 TB
- Up to 576 TB integrated ring buffer
- Up to 50,000 active IPs und 16 million retrospective connections at 64 GB
- 4 U
- 437 mm long x 178 mm high x 699 mm deep
- Weighs 40-80 kg
Extent of Application: Enterprise Core Networks, Data Centers, IPS Networks
The x500 series of Allegro Network Multimeters are optimized for analysis, monitoring, verification and troubleshooting of 1 GBit/s to 200 GBit/s network connections. The systems are designed for extremely high recording, analysis and storage rates and provide retroactive verification of up to 800,000 IP addresses and up to 256 million connections.
Allegro Network Multimeter appliances are ideal for use in large data centers, core networks and ISP infrastructures. The Allegro 1500 / 3500 / 5500 is equipped with a back-in-time function and enables precise selection of the recorded information. These data can be extracted as Pcaps via a browser download with a single click. In addition, selected data can be individually imported back into the network to recreate specific events or security incidents.
The x500 series has several extensions for additional connections and memory options. The dual QSFP28 option allows up to 60 GBit/s of real-time traffic to be checked in 200 GBit/s environments. Alternatively, the number of ports can be increased up to 28, selectable from 1, 2.5, 5, 10, 25, 40, 100 or 200 GB Ethernet Cu / SFP+ / QSFP ports. The memory size for processing historical data in the in-memory database is 64 GB in the basic version and can be expanded up to 4 TB. The ring buffer for recording the traffic of a link or the selected data traffic enables the extraction of historical packets. The ring buffer can be dynamically expanded up to 576 TB.
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