This portable version is the go-to option for fieldwork. It's very well suited for use in environmental survey or incident response work carried out; at remote locations, or in datacenters, equipment rooms, and customer premises. It's equally at home in use within test labs and continuous integration environments. Where it's API can be used within test rigs and automated testing routines.
The server is highly portable weighing in at just over 14 kg. It comes supplied in a wheeled padded transit trolley and the computer itself is housed in a fully ruggedised case. Featuring a drop-down full sized keyboard and track pad it's designed to be easy to use from the off.
Ease of use has been a key factor throughout the design process. All functions (record, capture and replay) are controlled through the intuitive user interface.
Supplied with removable SSD RAID storage, providing a platform of scaleable storage for the signals and network traffic you are likely to need to record. Storage management is also performed using the user interface. The system is capable of recording loss less network traffic at a sustained rate of up to 40Gbps.
A fully featured suite of analysis tools provides you with the capability to undertake in depth, real-time analysis of any network traffic recorded. Alternatively PCAP files can be recorded and stored for inspection and off-line analysis using a pre-installed version of Moloch.
All recorded formats can be replayed, including raw mode, making it an extremely flexible tool for. The replay format does not need to be the same as the original record format. Therefore ethernet recorded at 40Gb/s LAN can be replayed as 10Gb/s WAN.
- 8-core hyper-threaded Xeon E5 v4 3.2GHz
- 128 GiB 2166MHz ECC DDR4
- 48TB removable SSD in RAID array
- Up to 12 ports (1G, 10G) for;
- 12 x LAN/WAN/PoS/Raw or;
- 3 x 40G ports
- IPMI BMC controller for remote management
- Dual port 10GbE or single port 40GbE NIC
- Stock Linux kernel with XFS filing system
- Field portable chassis
- Precision time-stamping and accurate replay