NAC Features

Napatech 2-port and 4-port network acceleration cards (NACs) provide full packet capture and analysis of network data at 4, 20, and 40 Gbps with zero packet loss. See feature highlights below.

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NAC10-2 2-PORT 10G
NAC10-4 4-PORT 10G

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NAC1-4 4-PORT 1G

Feature Highlights

  • SFP connections: 2 or 4 × 1 Gbps copper or fiber
  • SFP+ connections: 2 or 4 × 10 Gbps fiber only
  • Capture of Ethernet LAN: Full 20 or 40 Gbps
  • Transmit to Ethernet LAN: Full 20 or 40 Gbps
  • Zero packet loss for all frame sizes including erroneous packets
  • 4 GB DDR3 RAM burst buffer
  • Hardware accelerated: Port merge into a single PCAP interface
  • Filtering based on e.g. L3/L4 criteria
  • Slicing
  • Deduplication
  • MPLS protocol stripping
  • Virtual PCAP interface load distribution
  • 4 ns time-stamping
  • IEEE1588 PTP time sync
  • OS time sync
  • Linux libpcap and Windows WinPCAP support
  • SFP connections: 4 × 1 Gbps copper or fiber
  • Capture of Ethernet LAN: Full 4 Gbps
  • Transmit to Ethernet LAN: Full 4 Gbps
  • Zero packet loss for all frame sizes including erroneous packets
  • 2 GB DDR3 RAM burst buffer
  • Hardware-accelerated: Port merge into a single PCAP interface
  • Filtering based on e.g. L3/L4 criteria
  • Slicing
  • Deduplication
  • Virtual PCAP interface load distribution
  • 4ns time-stamping
  • IEEE1588 PTP time sync
  • OS time sync
  • Linux libpcap and Windows WinPCAP support

PCAP Compatible

  • WireShark
  • tcpdump
  • tcpreplay
  • Suricata
  • SNORT
  • Ostinato
  • Bro
  • WireShark
  • tcpdump
  • tcpreplay
  • Suricata
  • SNORT
  • Ostinato
  • Bro

Tech Specs

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