Purpose: Encapsulates/decapsulates tunneled tra c for extraction and transport of packets to monitoring switch or tool. Advanced header manipulations for visibility of raw packets.
Tunneling protocol: GRE, RSPAN, ERSPAN
Fragmentation: Automatic defragmentation
Throughput: Up to 20 Gbps full-duplex
Device management: Direct (SSH), or through Ixia Director (requires software version 5.x and above). Director management is separate
Operating temperature: 0 C to 35 C
Storage temperature: -10 C to 70 C
Relative humidity: 10 min, 95 max, non-condensing
Dimensions: 1.75” high x 23.5” deep x 19” wide
Mounting: 19” rack mount (1U)
Weight: 26 lbs (11.8kg)
Tunnel in: Up to (2) 10 Gbps SFP+
Data out: Up to (2) 10 Gbps SFP+
Management: 100 Mbps RJ-45
Console: RS-232 serial DB9
Power: 100-240VAC, 47-63Hz 650W PFC
Redundancy: Dual modules
Maintenance: Power supplies are hot-swappable
Power, disk activity, network 1 activity, network 2 activity, over-temperature warning
FCC, CE, VCCI, and C-Tick certifed
Fully RoHS and WEEE compliant
Ixia Phantom Virtualization Tap or other source of tunneled traffic
All products require an advanced replacement service plan. Service plans with 1 to 5 years coverage are available.
Total visibility for network monitoring across the cloud
The Phantom HD tunneling appliance bridges physical and virtual networks for total visibility, security, and control. This versatile device delivers superior efficiency and cost-savings while handling more bandwidth than any solution on the market.
Providing a single aggregation point for inspecting both virtual and physical network traffic, Phantom HD speeds traffic of interest across sites, locations, devices, the cloud, and providers at 10 Gbps. The solution eliminates new security vulnerabilities emerging as servers are consolidated in virtualized computing environments.
Phantom HD takes full advantage of virtual computing while preserving the value of physical implementations. Phantom HD terminates and decapsulates virtual traffic from Ixia’s Phantom Virtualization Taps at 10 Gbps—turning it back into raw physical monitoring traffic and defragmenting packets in the process.