- Battery Analyzers
- Borescopes & Video Inspection
- Calibration Instruments
- Data Loggers
- Data Networks
- Distance Meters
- Electrical Testing
- Electronic / Bench Testing
- EMF & Gauss Meters
- Environmental Testing
- Insulation & Ground Testing
- Material Testing
- Motion, Speed & Force
- Power Measurement
- Pressure Measurement
- Process Monitoring & Control
- Sound Level Meters
- Temperature & Humidity
IDEAL Networks LanXPLORER Pro
IDEAL Networks LanXPLORER Pro Model GbE Ethernet Diagnostic Tester, 2.4/5 GHz Wi-Fi Antenna
IDEAL Networks LanXPLORER Pro is a hand held tester for analyzing and diagnosing problems in networks, cabling and Ethernet devices using copper, fiber and Wi-Fi interfaces.
IDEAL Networks LanXPLORER Pro in-line and end point modes, IT Technicians can pinpoint issues that are unable to be found with management software as it physically connects to the point of interest instead of scanning the entire network.
IDEAL Networks LanXPLORER Pro does not examine the contents of the data being analyzed therefore personal and confidential information will remain confidential.
Diagnostic reports can be saved in PDF format and shared with colleagues and clients using the free IDEAL AnyWare app and a mobile device.
Voice over IP (VoIP) – Monitor Quality of Service (QoS) in real time using In-Line Mode.
Quality of Service (QoS) is measured in real time when the R150001 is connected in-line between a VoIP phone using SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) and the network. QoS metrics include jitter, delay, total packets, packet loss, source/destination IP addresses and port number. With standard SIP, signalling processes are shown including call pick up, phone number of both phones and duration.
Wi-Fi Testing – Resolve issues on your Wi-Fi network and reduce downtime
As well as using the Wi-Fi interface (2.4GHz 802.11 b/g/n) to connect and troubleshoot the network, the R150001 can perform a Wi-Fi site survey that displays the access point ID, signal strength, channel and encryption status. Quickly identify causes of slow Wi-Fi networks or connection issues, such as overlapping Wi-Fi channels or wrong SSID setup. Identify top wireless bandwidth consumers and total aggregate bandwidth consumption (overloaded access point) when connecting the LanXPLORER Pro between wireless access point and the network.
Ethernet Device Diagnostics and Troubleshooting using In-line Mode (Copper)
The in-line feature allows monitoring of network traffic between any two devices on the network to diagnose Ethernet issues that cannot be detected by software tools running on a PC or managed switch.
Top 10 Talkers and Listeners
Identifies top 10 bandwidth consuming devices (both transmitting and receiving) on the network to help troubleshooting, e.g. connect between core switch and the internet router to monitor total incoming and outgoing internet bandwidth consumption and identify top 10 bandwidth consuming devices.
Monitor Min/Max/AVG throughput in Mb/s, packet count, frame size and Ethernet protocols
Network Diagnostic and Troubleshooting using End-Point Mode (Copper, fiber and Wi-Fi)
The end-point feature is used to monitor and examine the LAN when connected directly to a network port or a mirrored port.
This function performs a scan of your entire network to identify all active devices by IP address, MAC address and host name which can be saved and compared to future NETMAPs to identify new or removed network devices, or changes in network configuration.
Identifies source of network conflicts such as unintentionally adding DHCP servers or devices using duplicate IP addresses.
Connect to active network ports or Ethernet devices to verify network status and connectivity.
- Displays port ID of LLDP/CDP enabled switches to eliminate manual cable tracing
- Check Ethernet connectivity at device location to 10/100/1000 Mb/s
- Verify network configuration (device IP/gateway address/subnet mask)
- Identify IP address/name of router and number of hops between network points with traceroute test
- Troubleshoot devices by connecting directly to the Ethernet port to test operation, speed and duplex settings of the device
- Ping local network devices such as DNS, gateway/router, file servers, network printers, wireless access points, etc. Test internet connectivity by pinging website URL’s, e.g. www.google.com to verify min, max and average response time
Identify devices that are generating network errors or degrading network performance, e.g. computers infected with malware creating broadcast storms that may disable or congest a network.
Use the 802.1X protocol to log onto networks secured by this standard, avoiding unnecessary security complications and lengthy project delays. (802.1X is a standard for port-based Network Access Control (PNAC))
LanXPLORER Pro provides an extended list of wiremap templates for common Ethernet cable types including CAT 6A/7A/8, and non-Ethernet cable, such as Profinet, ISDN and Deutsche Bahn (German Rail system).