LinkSolutions-Kit provides complete end-to-end network connectivity testing and automated reporting to Link-Live Cloud Service. LinkSolutions Kit provides organizations of any size and users with varying skill level with the right tool for the job. Kit includes LinkRunner AT 2000 tester, two LinkSprinter 300 network testers, LinkRunner AT holster and two LinkSprinter holsters. Note: Available only where LinkSprinter 300 is sold. Link-Solutions is a complete product offering that can be scaled based on network sophistication and skill levels. Our goal was to keep the workflow simple yet powerful and flexible such that organizations can outfit users of varying skill level with a standardized process for network verification and troubleshooting. The result is greater workforce enablement at a price point every IT budget can support. Link-Solutions is comprised of handheld network testing tools and cloud-based reporting. These solutions are designed for the front line, IT professionals and administrators who install, solve, validate and manage access to network and business services. Regardless of the handheld tool you choose, you'll see every test appear on the Link-Live Cloud service dashboard. This provides better job visibility and project control as you can easily keep track of who is testing what, where and when. Link-Live Cloud Service is a centralized management, collaboration and archival workspace for network connectivity test results from NETSCOUT's handheld network testers (LinkSprinter, LinkRunner, AirCheck G2). Test results are automatically sent to your secure Link-Live cloud account, providing organizations with a newfound ability to quickly and easily document their network, provide proof of performance and better manage jobs and staff efficiency. In addition, an e-mail of every test result is sent as it occurs, allowing the technician to annotate information about the test and even attach a photo. That annotation is then automatically added to that record in Link-Live, creating a very in-depth understanding as to the performance of each link and mapping endpoint images (wall jacks, devices, serial numbers) directly to their switch slot and port.