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  • The differences between Network TAP and Network Switch Port Mirror

    The differences between Network TAP and Network Switch Port Mirror

    To monitor network traffic, such as user online behavior analysis, abnormal traffic monitoring, and network application monitoring, you need to collect network traffic. Capturing network traffic may be inaccurate. In fact, you need to copy the current network traffic and...
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  • Why the Network TAP is superior to SPAN port? The priority reason of SPAN tag style

    Why the Network TAP is superior to SPAN port? The priority reason of SPAN tag style

    I'm sure you're aware of the struggle between Network Tap(Test Access Point) and the switch port analyzer (SPAN port) for Network monitoring purposes. Both have the capability to mirror traffic on the network and send it to out-of-band security tools such as intrusion de...
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  • HK Celebrates 25th Anniversary of Return to Motherland with Prosperity & Stability

    HK Celebrates 25th Anniversary of Return to Motherland with Prosperity & Stability

        "As long as we unswervingly adhere to the principle of 'one country, two systems', Hong Kong will have an even brighter future and make new and greater contribution to the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation." On the afternoon of June 30, President Xi Jinping ar...
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  • Mylinking™ NPB Network Data & Packet Visibility for Network Traffic Cleaning

    Mylinking™ NPB Network Data & Packet Visibility for Network Traffic Cleaning

    Traditional Network Flow Cleaning Equipment Deployment Traditional traffic cleaning equipment is a network security service that is deployed directly in series between network communication equipment to monitor, warn and protect against DOS/DDOS attacks.The service monit...
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  • Mylinking™ Network Visibility Packet Insights for Network Packet Broker

    Mylinking™ Network Visibility Packet Insights for Network Packet Broker

    What does Network Packet Broker(NPB) do? Network Packet Broker is a device that Capture, Replicate and Aggreate the inline or out of band Network Data Traffic without Packet Loss as "Packet Broker", manage and deliver the Right Packet to Right Tools like IDS, AMP, NPM, M...
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  • What is the Network Tap and Network Packet Broker

    What is the Network Tap and Network Packet Broker

    When an Intrusion Detection System (IDS) device is deployed, the mirroring port on the switch in the information center of the peer party is not enough (for example, only one mirroring port is allowed, and the mirroring port has occupied other devices). At this time, whe...
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  • The ERSPAN Past and Present of Mylinking™ Network Visibility

    The ERSPAN Past and Present of Mylinking™ Network Visibility

    The most common tool for network monitoring and troubleshooting today is Switch Port Analyzer (SPAN), also known as Port mirroring. It allows us to monitor network traffic in bypass out of band mode without interfering with services on the live network, and sends a copy ...
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  • Why Do I Need a Network Packet Broker to Optimize My Network?

    Why Do I Need a Network Packet Broker to Optimize My Network?

    Network Packet Broker (NPB) is a switch like networking device that ranges in size from portable devices to 1U and 2U unit cases to large cases and board systems. Unlike a switch, the NPB does not change the traffic that flows through it in any way unless explicitly inst...
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  • Dangers Inside: What’s Hidden in Your Network?

    Dangers Inside: What’s Hidden in Your Network?

    How shocking would it be to learn that a dangerous intruder has been hiding in your home for six months? Worse, you only know after your neighbors tell you. What? Not only is it scary, it's not just a little creepy. Hard to even imagine. However, this is exactly what hap...
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  • What’s the Powerful Features and Functions of Network Taps?

    What’s the Powerful Features and Functions of Network Taps?

    A Network TAP(Test Access Points) is a hardware device for capture, accessing, and analyzing big data that can be applied to backbone networks, mobile core networks, main networks, and IDC networks. It can be used for link traffic capture, replication, aggregation, filte...
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  • How to Capture Network Traffic?  Network Tap vs Port Mirror

    How to Capture Network Traffic? Network Tap vs Port Mirror

    In order to analyze the network traffic, it is necessary to send the network packet to NTOP/NPROBE or Out-of-band Network Security and Monitoring Tools. There are two solutions to this problem: Port Mirroring (also known as SPAN) Network Tap (also known as Replication Ta...
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  • What do you need to know about the Network Security?

    What do you need to know about the Network Security?

    Network Packet Broker devices process Network traffic so that other monitoring devices, such as those dedicated to Network performance monitoring and security-related monitoring, can operate more efficiently. Features include packet filtering to identify risk levels, pac...
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