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Analyzing Full-duplex Networks

Source: Network Instruments
Whether you’re monitoring networks for security threats, or capturing and decoding packets while troubleshooting, you need reliable ways to see the network traffic. Traffic levels on the given segment, coupled with the visibility level you require, will suggest the most economical solution. Of the three most common ways for analysis devices to capture network traffic, which is right for you?


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