The NETSCOUT LinkRunner AT 2000 Network Auto-Tester is a portable troubleshooting device for analyzing and testing Ethernet networks over copper and fiber optic cable infrastructure. It stores and performs automated connectivity tests to help identify and analyze network problems. The device analyzes copper or fiber cabling infrastructure, verifies connections at 10M/100M/1G, validates power over Ethernet (PoE) performance, and discovers VLAN ports and switches to help identify potential issues. It measures the availability and responsiveness of network services, including DHCP and DNS, to diagnose and solve complex issues. It supports both IPv4 and IPv6 addressing for compatibility with location and identification protocols, and provides 802.1x authentication to verify access to secure networks. In packet reflector mode it can be used as a remote device during throughput tests to validate LAN and WAN throughput capabilities. The LinkRunner AT 2000 has a 2.8" LCD screen to display test results , and a 12-key elastomeric keypad for navigation. LinkRunner Manager software is included with the device, and enables the operator to generate and save up to 50 reports, manage LinkRunner AT profiles, and upgrade the LinkRunner AT firmware. The softwa re is compatible with Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft Windows Vista, and Microsoft Windows 7. The device comes with WireView WireMapper #1, an RJ45 coupler, a USB cable, an AC adapter, a rechargeable Li-ion battery pack, LinkRunner Manager software CD, a soft case, and instructions. This portable network testing device is suitable for use by network technicians to verify network connectivity in local-area networks such as office buildings or schools.Caractéristiques
The LinkRunner AT provides the answers you need to quickly troubleshoot connectivity problems:
Am I following the best troubleshooting practice?
Is this patch cable good? Where is the cable broken?
Where does the cable from this jack terminate?
this the correct switch and port? Is it delivering PoE power?
What is the speed and duplex of my copper and fiber links?
Are the DHCP and DNS servers working properly?
Is the Gateway available?
Are our most important local datacenter servers avaible?
Are our key cloud and SaaS applications available?
Are 802.1X and IPv6 implemented correctly?
How do I save and manage hundreds of results?
Were and when is my staff is working and what are they testing?
How can I do my job better and fastwhile impressing my boss?