|Place of Origin:||China|
|Certification:||CCC, CE, RoHS|
|Model Number:||NT-CFTAP-24 26 28XG-D|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 SET|
|Packaging Details:||Outer Carton plus Inner Foam|
|Delivery Time:||1-3 Working Days|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, D/A, D/P, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram|
|Supply Ability:||100 sets per month|
|NPB Offer:||Capturing, Aggregating, Filtering, And Delivering Data||Duplication Data:||Redundant Packet Deduplication|
|SSL Decryption:||Forwarding Private Encryption Information||Threat Intelligence:||Context-aware Visibility And Footprints|
|Applications:||Data Center Of Telecom, Broadcasting, Government, Etc||Deployment:||In SPAN Port To Access Network Data Detect A Threat|
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What can Network Packet Broker do for Your Network Management
What is a network packet broker?
- Obtain more comprehensive and accurate data for better decision-making
- Tighter security
- Solve problems faster
- Improve initiative
- Better return on investment
What can NPB(Network Packet Broker) do?
- Redundant packet deduplication
- SSL decryption
- The header stripping
- Application and threat intelligence
- Application of monitoring
- The benefits of NPB
Ensuring network security and user growth in a rapidly changing IT environment requires a complex set of tools that perform real-time analysis.Your monitoring infrastructure may have network and application performance monitoring (NPM/APM), data loggers, and traditional network analyzers, while your defense system utilizes firewalls, intrusion protection systems (IPS), data leakage prevention (DLP), anti-malware, and other solutions.
No matter how specialized security and monitoring tools are, they all have two things in common:
You need to know exactly what's going on in the network
The analysis results are based only on the data received
A 2016 survey by the business management institute (EMA) found that nearly 30 percent of respondents did not trust their tools to receive all the data they needed.This means there are blind spots in the network for monitoring, resulting in futility, high costs and a higher risk of being hacked.
Visibility requires the avoidance of wasteful investment and network monitoring blind spots, which require the collection of relevant data on all the dynamics of the network.The mirror ports of the splitter/spectrometer and network device are also known as SPAN ports and become access points for capturing traffic for analysis.
This is a relatively "simple operation," and the real challenge is how to efficiently transfer data from the network to every tool that needs it.If you have only a few network segments and relatively few analysis tools, the two can be connected directly.However, given the speed with which the network is expanding, even if it is logically feasible, this one-to-one connection is likely to create an unwieldy management nightmare.
The EMA report says that 35 percent of organizations believe that a shortage of SPAN ports and splitters is the main reason they cannot fully monitor their network segments.Ports on high-end analytics tools such as firewalls can also be scarcer, so it's important to avoid performance degradation from overloading your device.
What can NPB do?
In theory, aggregating, filtering, and delivering data sounds simple.But in reality, smart NPB can perform very complex functions that generate exponentially increased efficiency and security benefits.
Load balancing is one of the functions.For example, if you upgrade your data center network from 1Gbps to 10Gbps, 40Gbps, or higher, NPB can slow down to distribute the high speed traffic to an existing set of 1G or 2G low speed analysis and monitoring tools.This not only extends the value of your current monitoring investment, but also avoids expensive upgrades when IT migrates.
Other powerful features that NPB performs include:
Redundant packet deduplication
Analysis and security tools support receiving a large number of duplicate packets forwarded from multiple distributors.NPB eliminates duplication to prevent the tool from wasting processing power when processing redundant data.
Secure sockets layer (SSL) encryption is a standard technique for securely sending private information.However, hackers can also hide malicious network threats in encrypted packets.
Checking this data must be decrypted, but shredding the code requires valuable processing power.Leading network packet agents can offload decryption from security tools to ensure overall visibility while reducing the burden on high-cost resources.
SSL decryption allows anyone with access to security and monitoring tools to see the data. NPB can block credit card or social security Numbers, protected health information (PHI), or other sensitive personally identifiable information (PII) before transmitting the information, so it is not disclosed to the tool or its administrators.
The header stripping
NPB can remove headers such as vlans, vxlans, and l3vpns, so tools that cannot handle these protocols can still receive and process packet data.Context-aware visibility helps identify malicious applications running on the network and the footprints left by attackers as they work in systems and networks.
Application and threat intelligence
Early detection of vulnerabilities can reduce loss of sensitive information and eventual vulnerability costs.The context-aware visibility provided by NPB can be used to expose intrusion metrics (IOC), identify the geographic location of attack vectors, and combat cryptographic threats.
Application intelligence extends beyond layer 2 to layer 4 (OSI model) of packet data to layer 7 (application layer).Rich data about users and application behavior and location can be created and exported to prevent application-level attacks in which malicious code masquerades as normal data and valid client requests.
Context-aware visibility helps to spot malicious applications running on your network and the footprints left by attackers as they work on systems and networks.
Application of monitoring
Application-aware visibility also has a profound impact on performance and management.You might want to know when an employee USES a cloud-based service like Dropbox or web-based email to bypass security policies and transfer company files, or when a former employee tried to access files using a cloud-based personal storage service.
The benefits of NPB
1- Easy to use and manage
2- Intelligence that removes team burdens
3- Loss-free - 100% reliable when running advanced features
4- High performance architecture
Network Packet Broker Specifications
|NT-CFTAP-24 26 28XG-D NetTAP® NPB Functional Parameters|
|Network Interface||GE ports||24*GE SFP slots|
|10GE ports||0/2/4*10GE SFP+ slots|
|Deployment mode||SPAN monitoring input||support|
|Total QTYs interface||24/26/28|
|Traffic replication / aggregation / distribution||support|
|Link QTYs supporting Mirror replication / aggregation||
1 -> N link traffic replication (N <24/26/28)
N-> 1 link traffic aggregation (N <24/26/28)
G Group(M-> N Link) traffic replication and aggregation [G * (M + N) <24/26/28]
|Functions||Distribution based on traffic identification||support|
|Distribution based on IP / protocol / port Five tuple traffic identification||support|
|Distribution strategy based on protocol header the key labeled traffic identifies||support|
|Strategic distribution based on deep message content identification||support|
|Support Ethernet encapsulation independence||support|
|CONSOLE Network Management||support|
|IP/WEB Network Management||support|
|SNMP V1/V2C Network Management||support|
|TELNET/SSH Network Management||support|
|User authentication function||
Password authentication based on user name
|Electric(1+1 Redundant Power System-RPS)||Rated supply voltage||AC110-240V/DC-48V [Optional]|
|Rated power frequency||AC-50HZ|
|Rated input current||AC-3A / DC-10A|
|Rated power function||150W(24XG: 100W )|
|Operating Humidity||10%-95%, Non-condensing|
|User Configuration||Console Configuration||RS232 Interface, 9600,8,N,1|
|Rack Height||Rack space (U)||1U 460mm*45mm*440mm|
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Data Processing Ability: 480Gbps intelligent network data processing
Tunneling Protocol Identify: Identify the tunneling protocols such as GTP / GRE / PPTP / L2TP / PPPOE
UDF Match: Customized the Offset Value and Key Field Length and Content
Data Packets De-duplication: Save the APM and NPM analysis of system performance