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What Kind of Optical Transceiver Modules are Common Used in Our Network Packet Brokers?
by admin on 23-11-27
A Transceiver Module, is a device that integrates both the transmitter and receiver functionalities into a single package. The Transceiver Modules are electronic devices used in communication systems to transmit and receive data over various types of networks. They are c...
What’s the difference between Passive Network Tap and Active Network Tap?
by admin on 23-11-07
A Network Tap, also known as an Ethernet Tap, Copper Tap or Data Tap, is a device used in Ethernet-based networks to capture and monitor network traffic. It is designed to provide access to the data flowing between network devices without disrupting the network operation...
Mylinking™ Network Packet Broker: Streamlining Network Traffic for Optimal Performance
by admin on 23-10-20
Why? Mylinking™ Network Packet Broker? --- Streamlining Your Network Traffic for Optimal Performance Aways. In today's digital age, the importance of seamless connectivity and high-performing networks cannot be overstated. Whether it's for businesses, educational instit...
More operation and security tools, why the network traffic monitoring blind spot is still there?
by admin on 23-10-09
The rise of next-generation network packet brokers has brought about significant advancements in network operation and security tools. These advanced technologies have allowed organizations to become more agile and align their IT strategies with their business initiative...
Why Does Your Data Center Need the Network Packet Brokers?
by admin on 23-09-13
Why Does Your Data Center Need Network Packet Brokers? What is a network packet broker? A network packet broker (NPB) is a technology that uses a variety of monitoring tools to access and analyze traffic across a network. The packet broker filters collected traffic info...
Will the SSL Decryption Stop Encryption Threats and Data Leaks in Passive Mode?
by admin on 23-09-04
What is the SSL/TLS Decryption? SSL decryption, also known as SSL/TLS decryption, refers to the process of intercepting and decrypting Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) or Transport Layer Security (TLS) encrypted network traffic. SSL/TLS is a widely used encryption protocol tha...
The Evolution of Network Packet Brokers: Introducing Mylinking™ Network Packet Broker ML-NPB-5660
by admin on 23-08-28
Introduction: In today's fast-paced digital world, data networks have become the backbone of businesses and enterprises. With the exponential increase in demand for reliable and secure data transmission, network administrators are constantly facing challenges to efficien...
Mylinking Focus on Traffic Data Security Control on Traffic Data Capture, Pre-process and Visibility Control
by admin on 23-08-24
Mylinking recognizes the importance of traffic data security control and takes it as a top priority. We know that ensuring the confidentiality, integrity and availability of traffic data is critical to maintaining user trust and protecting their privacy. To achieve this,...
A Case of the Packet Slicing to Save Network Traffic Monitoring Costs by Network Packet Broker
by admin on 23-08-09
What is the Packet Slicing of Network Packet Broker? Packet Slicing in the context of a Network Packet Broker (NPB), refers to the process of extracting a portion of a network packet for analysis or forwarding, rather than processing the entire packet. A Network Packet B...
Anti DDoS Attacks for Bank Financial Network Security Traffic Managing, Detection & Cleaning
by admin on 23-07-17
DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) is a type of cyber attack where multiple compromised computers or devices are used to flood a target system or network with a massive volume of traffic, overwhelming its resources and causing a disruption in its normal functioning. Th...
Network Packet Broker Application Identification Based on DPI – Deep Packet Inspection
by admin on 23-06-25
Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) is a technology used in Network Packet Brokers (NPBs) to inspect and analyze the contents of network packets at a granular level. It involves examining the payload, headers, and other protocol-specific information within packets to gain detai...
Why Need the Packet Slicing of Network Packet Broker(NPB) for your Network Monitoring Tools?
by admin on 23-06-02
What's the Packet Slicing of Network Packet Broker(NPB)? Packet Slicing is a feature provided by network packet brokers (NPBs) that involves selectively capturing and forwarding only a portion of the original packet payload, discarding the remaining data. It allows for m...
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