Conversion nTAPs
 
Optical-to-Copper
Key features of the Copper-to-Optical Conversion nTAP include:
Passive access without packet tampering or introducing a single point of failure
All traffic (including errors) is passed from all OSI layers for analyzing
Enhanced security because the nTAP does not require or use an IP address, making it undetectable compared to a SPAN
Allows you to connect and disconnect the analysis device as needed without taking the network down
Fully IEEE 802.3 compliant
Fully RoHS compliant
Automatic link failover for devices that have an alternate path
Optional redundant power ensures maximum monitoring uptime
LEDs show power and link status
Optical link is unaffected during nTAP power loss
Front-mounted connectors make installation simple
Optional 19-inch 1U rack mount panel holds up to three nTAP
 
 
Copper-to-Optical
Key features of the Copper-to-Optical Conversion nTAP include:
Passive access without packet tampering or introducing a single point of failure
All traffic (including errors) is passed from all OSI layers for analyzing
Enhanced security because the nTAP does not require or use an IP address, making it undetectable compared to a SPAN
Allows you to connect and disconnect the analysis device as needed without taking the network down
Fully IEEE 802.3 compliant
Fully RoHS compliant
Automatic link failover for devices that have an alternate path
Optional redundant power ensures maximum monitoring uptime
LEDs show power and link status
Front-mounted connectors make installation simple
Optional 19-inch 1U rack mount panel holds up to three nTAP