Expand an existing SPAN (Port Mirror) or Tap port monitoring capability with the USR® 10/100/1000 Variable 4 Port Aggregator and Regenerator. Dual purpose hardware provides the option to share identical copies of data made by Tap or SPAN ports to multiple tools for security, storage or recording purposes — or combine Tap and SPAN port data into one combined stream for complete visibility into network traffic. The 3:1 mode faultlessly combines and processes up to three streams of data into a single data stream allowing a single monitoring tool access to a larger portion of the network. The 1:3 mode replicates up to 3 copies of data, and when used with an Aggregation Tap like the USR4503 can increase visibility to four monitor ports, sending identical copies to separate network tools (analyzer, IDS, probe) for simultaneous monitoring and analyzing. Eliminate SPAN port contention, oversubscription, and configuration errors with this easy to install and port saving device. Ideal for security applications or anywhere you need dedicated access to your network links for advanced or consolidated monitoring.
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Additional TAP Power Supplies are no longer available for online purchase. To inquire about ordering contact Kim Mason at 847.87.2370 or send us an email.
USR4500-ACC The USR TAP AC Power Supply provides redundant power for USR Copper TAPs when used in conjunction with the provided power supply. When connected to two different external power source circuits the dual power supplies eliminate power as a single point of failure. The PSU can also be used to replace an original power supply when needed. For use with the USR4503, USR4504, and all other previously sold USR Copper TAPs.
Product Code: USR4500-ACC
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The USR TAP Rack Mount Chassis holds up to 3 TAPs in a standard 1U rack providing a space saving solution for multiple TAP installations.
Product Code: USR4500-RMK
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* To eliminate power as a single point of failure two power supplies must be used. The second power supply must be connected to a different external power source circuit than the first power supply. Additional power supplies may be sourced using the specifications provided.