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U.S. Robotics USR4516LC Network Tapping Device
Manufacturer: U.S. Robotics
UPC: 738168041688
Condition: New
U.S. Robotics USR4516LC Network Tapping Device
Product TypeNetwork Tapping Device
Brand NameU.S. Robotics
ManufacturerU.S. Robotics
Product NameNetwork Tapping Device
Manufacturer Part NumberUSR4516LC
Manufacturer Website Address
Network Standard10GBase-LR10GBase-SX
Ethernet Technology10 Gigabit Ethernet
Green CompliantYes
Green Compliance Certificate/AuthorityRoHSWEEE
Package Contents
  • Network Tapping Device
  • Rackmount Bracket
Wireless LANNo
Network (RJ-45)No
Audio Line OutNo
Serial PortNo
Number of LC Ports2
Serial V.35 InterfaceNo
PoE (RJ-45) PortNo
Media Type SupportedOptical Fiber
Device FunctionNetwork Tapping
Weight (Approximate)10.40 oz
Limited Warranty2 Year
Permanent Inline Monitoring and Analysis on Your 1 Gig and 10 Gig Single-mode Fiber NetworksThe USRobotics 10 Gigabit Fiber Taps provide an easy method to rapidly and effectively deploy analysis tools to observe and monitor traffic non-intrusively between two devices on a fiber network. By design, fiber taps are totally passive, fault-tolerant, and invisible to the network which means they will not affect network performance or integrity and can be trusted for permanent installations on a fiber network that require a dedicated port mirror.. These rock solid devices are ideal for real-time monitoring and analysis of any traffic between critical network devices such as switches, routers and firewalls and continue to pass errors that aren't seen using SPAN ports. Topology independent, the taps can be used for ATM, Gigabit, OC3-OC48, or SONET protocols and are available for both Single-mode and Multimode fiber networks.