Physical Test Probes

Carrier Ethernet and IP test probe to perform CE 2.0, RFC 2544, Y.1564, Y.1731 and TWAMP testing and active performance monitoring

Test Platforms for CE 2.0, RFC 2544, Y.1564, Y.1731 and TWAMP Testing and Monitoring

Veryx probes can generate Ethernet traffic of up to 10G at line rates to enable active testing (CE 2.0, RFC2544, Y.1564) of Service Attributes and Bandwidth profiles and continuous monitoring of performance SLAs. The traffic generated by Veryx probes can be received at the other end by a peer Veryx probe or looped back by a peer access device to perform the required measurements.

Veryx Ethernet and IP test probes come in a range of hardware options to suit the varying requirements of Network Service Providers.

Hardware Platform Details
VT-10202 ports 10G test probe for Carrier Ethernet and IP Service Assurance
  • Test Probe / Traffic generator
  • 2 x 10 GbE (electrical/optical)
VT-10044 ports 1G test probe for Carrier Ethernet and IP Service Assurance
  • Test Probe / Traffic generator
  • 4 x 1GbE (electrical/optical)
  • Auto-negotiation – 1G, 100M, 10M
VT-201VT-201L_transparent
  • Performance Management Initiator/Reflector
  • 1 x 1 GbE (electrical)
  • Auto-negotiation – 1G, 100M, 10M

All Veryx hardware platforms come with PktBlaster test automation and traffic generation and analysis toolkit designed for testing Carrier Ethernet and IP based devices.

Veryx hardware platforms are capable of generating stream-based traffic and analysis of received packets based on streams as typically needed in functional and conformance testing scenarios. This helps the tester to release expensive traffic generation ports and optimize test resource utilization.

With PktBlaster toolkit, it is possible to define and generate hundreds of transmit- and receive-streams with their own exclusive traffic profile. Each stream can generate many unique traffic flows by using programmable packet field modifiers. Generated Ethernet and IP traffic can be used to perform verification of equipment under real-world conditions.

Highlights

  • Stream-based Traffic Generation
  • Stream-based Traffic Analysis
  • Filters
  • Counters
  • GUI Console
  • Command Line Interface Support
  • TCL Libraries