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WiFi Traffic Generators

CT520-64 LANforge-WiFIRE

CT520-64 LANforge-WiFIRE

The CT520-64 wireless traffic generator is an excellent choice for testing Access Points and other WiFi networks. The CT520-64 uses a modified Wireless driver for WiFi NICs based on the Atheros chipset. It can support up to 64 Virtual Stations. Each of the Virtual Stations has its own IP address, IP port space, MAC address and routing table. The Virtual Stations can be assigned to communicate to a particular Access Point, use a particular ESSID and Nickname, and have a WEP (64 or 128bit) or WPA key assigned. There is a single WiFi radio per CT520-64 but multiple CT520-64 systems can be clustered together for more realistic radio interference patterns and increased traffic generation capability. The radio supports 802.11 a, b, g or n mode. The radio's channel, frequency, sensitivity, rate, RTS and Tx-Power can also be configured

CT520-64 LANforge-WiFIRE CT520-128 LANforge-WiFIRE

The CT520-128 wireless traffic generator is an excellent choice for testing Access Points and other WiFi networks. The CT520-128 uses a modified Wireless driver for WiFi NICs based on the Atheros chipset. It can support up to 128 Virtual Stations. Each of the Virtual Stations has its own IP address, IP port space, MAC address and routing table. The Virtual Stations can be assigned to communicate to a particular Access Point, use a particular ESSID and Nickname, and have a WEP (64 or 128bit) or WPA key assigned. There is a single WiFi radio per CT520-128 but multiple CT520-128 systems can be clustered together for more realistic radio interference patterns and increased traffic generation capability. The radio supports 802.11 a, b, g or n mode. The radio's channel, frequency, sensitivity, rate, RTS and Tx-Power can also be configured.

Candela LANforge WiFIRE Virtual Station Traffic Generator CT521-64 LANforge-WiFIRE

The CT521-64 wireless traffic generator is an excellent choice for testing Access Points and other WiFi networks. The CT521-64 uses a modified Wireless driver for WiFi NICs based on the Atheros chipset. It can support up to 64 Virtual Stations. Each of the Virtual Stations has its own IP address, IP port space, MAC address and routing table. The Virtual Stations can be assigned to communicate to a particular Access Point, use a particular ESSID and Nickname, and have a WEP (64 or 128bit) or WPA key assigned. There are two WiFi radios per CT521-64 and multiple CT521-64 systems can be clustered together for even more realistic radio interference patterns and increased traffic generation capability. Each radio can be configured idependently of the other, and supports 802.11 a, b, g or n mode. The radio's channel, frequency, sensitivity, rate, RTS and Tx-Power can also be configured.

Candela LANforge WiFIRE Virtual Station Traffic Generator CT521-128 LANforge-WiFIRE

The CT521-128 wireless traffic generator is an excellent choice for testing Access Points and other WiFi networks. The CT521-128 uses a modified Wireless driver for WiFi NICs based on the Atheros chipset. It can support up to 128 Virtual Stations. Each of the Virtual Stations has its own IP address, IP port space, MAC address and routing table. The Virtual Stations can be assigned to communicate to a particular Access Point, use a particular ESSID and Nickname, and have a WEP (64 or 128bit) or WPA key assigned. There are two WiFi radios per CT521-128 and multiple CT521-128 systems can be clustered together for even more realistic radio interference patterns and increased traffic generation capability. Each radio can be configured idependently of the other, and supports 802.11 a, b, g or n mode. The radio's channel, frequency, sensitivity, rate, RTS and Tx-Power can also be configured.

Candela LANforge WiFIRE Virtual Station Traffic Generator CT521-400 LANforge-WiFIRE

The CT521-400 wireless traffic generator is an excellent choice for testing Access Points and other WiFi networks. The CT521-400 uses a modified Wireless driver for WiFi NICs based on the Atheros chipset. It can support up to 400 Virtual Stations(Up to 200 per radio). Each of the Virtual Stations has its own IP address, IP port space, MAC address and routing table. The Virtual Stations can be assigned to communicate to a particular Access Point, use a particular ESSID and Nickname, and have a WEP (64 or 128bit) or WPA key assigned. There are two WiFi radios per CT521-400 and multiple CT521-400 systems can be clustered together for even more realistic radio interference patterns and increased traffic generation capability. Each radio can be configured idependently of the other, and supports 802.11 a, b, g or n mode. The radio's channel, frequency, sensitivity, rate, RTS and Tx-Power can also be configured.

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CT523-328-2ac-1n LANforge- WiFire

The CT523-328-2ac-1n wireless traffic generator is an excellent choice for testing Access Points and other WiFi networks. The CT523-328-2ac-1n uses a modified Wireless driver for WiFi NICs based on the Atheros chipset. The ath9k (a/b/g/n) chipset NICs can support up to 200 stations per radio. The ath10k (a/b/g/n/ac) chipset NICs can support up to 64 stations per radio. Each of the Virtual Stations has its own IP address, IP port space, MAC address and routing table. The Virtual Stations can be assigned to communicate to a particular Access Point, use a particular SSID, and Open or WPA/WPA2 authentication assigned. More advanced 802.1X authentication is also included. Each radio can be configured idependently of the other. Transmit power and channel/frequency is configured on a per-radio basis. Most other settings are configurable per virtual station.