AE5501 - APPLICATIONS
Testing Including Layer2/Layer3 Network
- Not only Layer 2 but also Layer 3 lines can be tested for connection and maintained. Tests that can be conducted include: Ping, traffic rate, latency, and frame loss tests.
- Line installation and maintenance between stations. Tests that can be conducted include: Ping, traffic rate, latency, and frame loss tests. As the AE5501 is a simple Ethernet traffic generator, it can be used in a variety of applications.
- Remote installation and maintenance facilitated through Telnet.
- Network environments using dynamic IP addresses also supported, including DHCP function.
LAN/MAN/WAN Network Installation and Maintenace
Expediting testing work on the engineer side. More than one unit can be remotely controlled from a single personal computer through Telnet.
- LAN/MAN-E/WAN-E Network Installation
It is effective to check the traffic rate, data delay (IP telephone, TV confirance) and Frame Loss (IP telephone, TV conference) during installation. this eliminates the possibility of a network primal failure.
As installation tests are mostly set in a menu, the AE5501 can program ten conditions prior to the installation. The installer could simply select a menu to set up conditions, there by saving time.
- LAN/MAN-E/WAN-E Network Maintenace
Simple operation makes maintenance work also easy to handle. Being able to adapt to different Ethernet network (10 M/100 M/1 G) and conditions (VLAN, DHCP, ARP...) with one tester is very useful.
Confirming problems and implementing solutions is easy.
CATV Network Maintenance/InstallationCATV-based Internet access installation and maintenance through DHCP and ARP protocol support through Telnet.
- Latency and frame loss can be measured from a small amount of traffic flowing over the working lines.
IP Telephone Installation
Frame Loss Check
Has statistical TX and RX frame counters. Combined with the "Constant (Burst)/Count" transmission mode, execution of a frame loss check is simple.
Error Frame Counter
Statistical counter for:
- CRC errors
- Oversize frames
- Undersize frames
- Alignment error frames
- Pause packets
- Collision errors at half link