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Thursday, 07 February 2019 07:10

Allegro Packets Announces Release 2.3

Allegro Packets Announces Release 2.3

The new firmware version 2.3.0 is available for the Allegro Network Multimeter. This firmware contains many new features compared to version 2.2.2 and can be installed on all devices with support. Allegro Packets will explain the new features in a webcast for all customers. This will take place on 12.2.2019 at 2pm CET and will be conducted by Klaus Degner.

Release Webcast 12 Feb 2019 2pm CET

You can log in to the webcast at this time via https://www.gotomeet.me/AllegroPackets. Allegro Packets will also make the recording available afterwards on request. 

The most important new V 2.3.0 features in Allegro Network Multimeter at a glance: 

  • SSL-secured remote access via the Allegro cloud
  • Advanced TCP analysis for flags and zero windows
  • Distance measurement: display of packet loss between 2 IP addresses
  • Virtual link groups (allows parallel analysis of multiple lines)
  • Extended SIP statistics
  • Optional performance improvement by switching off individual analysis modules
  • SSL Cipher Analysis
  • SNMP support
  • L4 ports can be renamed
  • Partial analysis of the ring buffer
  • In-memory cache for peak loads up to 100 GBit/s


Download Release 2.3.0 PDF
 


Do you have any questions? We will be happy to help you. Please call Heynen +31 485 55 09 09

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