Open Reality Logo
Home Case Studies Webinars Contact Us
Observer Platform
Products
  Observer GigaStor
  GigaStor Upgradeable
  GigaStor Expandable
  GigaStor 10 Gb Wire Speed
  Gigastor Portable
  GigaStor Software Edition
  Observer Analyzer
  Standard Edition
  Expert Edition
  Observer Suite
  Observer Apex
  Observer SightOps
  Observer Management Server
  Observer Matrix
  Observer Probes
  Software Probes
  Gigabit Probes
  10 Gb Probes
  Ethernet Probes
  Observer TAPs
  Aggregation TAPs
  Conversion TAPs
  Copper TAPs
  Optical TAPs
   
Training
Network Healthcheck
Support
Products > Observer TAPs > Observer Optical TAPs

Observer Optical TAPs

Demo icon Request Demo
PDF icon Product Brochure
Observer Optical TAPs

Scale up to 24 Modules in one Unit of Rack With the High-Density Optical TAP (HDOT)

Install Observer nTAPs on 1, 10, or 40 Gb single or multi-mode optical links. Or select our newest offering, the Observer High-Density Optical nTAP (HDOT) to mix and match these network speeds or 100 Gb in any combination across 24 modules in a 1U rack.

Use optical nTAPs to send identical copies of critical traffic to network analyzers, remote monitoring appliances, forensics tools, and similar devices capable of supporting dual, non-aggregated data streams. For further flexibility, Observer Copper-to-Optical and Optical-to-Copper Conversion nTAPs are available.


High-Density Optical nTAP

Install the Observer High-Density Optical nTAP (HDOT) 1U rack in your data center. Then insert a module (options include Gb, 10 Gb, 40 Gb, and 100 Gb) into the enclosure between two devices of interest on a full-duplex optical link (each HDOT supports up to 24 modules). Next, attach an optical monitoring device to the module. To successfully analyze the full-duplex link, the monitoring device must be equipped with a dual-receive capture card.

High-Density Optical nTAP

Optical 40 Gb nTAP

Place a One-Channel 40 Gb Optical nTAP between two devices of interest on a full-duplex optical link. Then attach an optical monitoring device to the nTAP. To successfully analyze the full-duplex link, the monitoring device must be equipped with a dual-receive capture card.

40 Gb Optical nTAP

One-Channel Optical nTAP

Place a One-Channel Optical nTAP between two devices of interest on a full-duplex optical link. Then attach an optical monitoring device to the nTAP. To successfully analyze the full-duplex link, the monitoring device must be equipped with a dual-receive capture card.

One-Channel Optical nTAP

Two-Channel Optical nTAP

Use the Two-Channel Optical nTAP to connect up to two full-duplex optical links. Then attach optical monitoring devices to the nTAP. To successfully analyze the full-duplex link, the monitoring devices must be equipped with a dual-receive capture card.

Two-Channel Optical nTAP

Three-Channel Optical nTAP

Use the Three-Channel Optical nTAP to connect up to three full-duplex optical links. Then attach optical monitoring devices to the nTAP. To successfully analyze the full-duplex link, the monitoring devices must be equipped with a dual-receive capture card.

Three-Channel Optical nTAP

Optical to Copper nTAP

Place an Optical to Copper nTAP between two devices of interest on a 1Gbps full-duplex optical link. Then attach a 1Gb copper monitoring device to the nTAP. To successfuly analyze the full-duplex output from the TAP, the monitoring device must be equipped with a dual-receive capture card.

Optical to Copper nTAP

Optical to Copper Aggregator nTAP

Use the Optical to Aggregator nTAP to connect to a 1Gb fiber full-duplex network. Then connect up to 2 copper monitoring devices to the nTAP. The monitoring devices can be equipped with standard NIC cards because the TAP will aggregate the full-duplex network.

Optical to Copper Aggregator nTAP

© Open Reality Ltd 2016

Call us: +44 (0)1235 556 400
Email us: sales@openreality.co.uk