ProfiShark Ethernet Tap Capture – PacketFalcon Appliance Sniffer

Summary

  • ProfiShark Ethernet Tap Capture paired with PacketFalcon Appliance Sniffer offers high-speed Ethernet tap and real-time packet capture
  • Compact design with USB 3.0 connection and easy to use without additional software
  • Advanced capabilities for deep packet inspection and efficient data analysis
  • Reliable data security and storage solutions for network professionals

I recently had the opportunity to test out the ProfiShark Ethernet Tap Capture paired with the PacketFalcon Appliance Sniffer.

Key Features and Specifications

Key Features Specifications
High-speed Ethernet tap 10/100/1000 Mbps
Real-time packet capture Up to 1 Gbps
Compact design Dimensions: 4.3 x 2.7 x 0.6 inches
USB 3.0 connection Compatible with Windows, Mac, and Linux
Easy to use No additional software required
Power over USB Does not require external power source

Deployment and Capacity Options

Ethernet cables and network switches.

  • Choose the appropriate deployment option based on your network infrastructure and monitoring needs
  • Consider the capacity options available for the ProfiShark Ethernet Tap Capture – PacketFalcon Appliance Sniffer

Intelligent and Filtered Data Analysis

The ProfiShark Ethernet Tap Capture – PacketFalcon Appliance Sniffer offers advanced capabilities for deep packet inspection and efficient data analysis. By utilizing a network tap, this packet capture appliance allows for precise monitoring and analysis of network traffic at various OSI model layers. With features such as real-time computing and packet switching, users can easily conduct traffic analysis and network forensics.

The appliance provides accurate and reliable data and information visualization, making it an essential tool for network security and quality assurance. Its user-friendly graphical interface allows for easy troubleshooting and workflow management, while ensuring data integrity through data deduplication and compression techniques. With support for various network protocols such as Ethernet and IP, this appliance offers comprehensive insights into network performance and security.

Portable and Modular Solutions

The ProfiShark Ethernet Tap Capture and PacketFalcon Appliance Sniffer are equipped with advanced features such as metadata extraction, data visualization, and synchronization with Precision Time Protocol. These devices support various network protocols including Voice over IP, Real-time Transport Protocol, and Gigabit Ethernet, making them versatile tools for analyzing different types of network traffic. With a user-friendly graphical interface and reliable hardware components, these appliances are ideal for professionals seeking efficient and effective packet capture solutions.

Data Security and Storage Solutions

Profishark Ethernet Tap Capture – PacketFalcon Appliance Sniffer

The ProfiShark Ethernet Tap Capture and PacketFalcon Appliance Sniffer offer robust data security and storage solutions for network professionals. These tools provide deep packet inspection capabilities, allowing users to analyze network traffic and identify potential security threats in real-time. By utilizing a network tap, users can capture packets without disrupting the flow of data on the network.

The PacketFalcon Appliance Sniffer offers a user-friendly graphical interface for easy data visualization and analysis. With support for a wide range of protocols including Voice over IP and Real-time Transport Protocol, these tools are essential for network forensics, traffic analysis, and troubleshooting. Additionally, the ProfiShark Ethernet Tap Capture and PacketFalcon Appliance Sniffer provide reliable storage solutions for capturing and storing network packets efficiently and securely.

F.A.Qs

What hardware is used for packet sniffing?

The hardware used for packet sniffing is a Hardware Packet Sniffer (HPS), which is a small, low-cost DIY device designed for penetration testing.

Which tool is used for packet capture?

The tool used for packet capture is TCPdump, which is commonly used by network administrators, software developers, and security teams on Unix-like operating systems.

What is a software or hardware which captures packets of the network called?

A software or hardware which captures packets of the network is called a packet sniffer.