Aggregation TAPs connect MANY network ports to ONE monitoring port (M:1), combining multiple incoming traffic streams into a single flow of outgoing traffic.
For example, in a basic setup, there are two network ports but only one ‘output’, or monitoring, port M. Network traffic entering ports A and B from each direction is then combined or merged to form a single stream of traffic. This is especially useful when that single monitoring tool has a limited number of ports.
This Network Packet Broker optimizer is our signature solution that improves the density of your monitor system for a significantly lower cost.
This type of device transmits traffic from up to 8 SPAN ports into a single NPB port, allowing for unprecedented savings and outstanding return on investment.
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