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EXFO Connect pushes and stores test equipment and test data content automatically in the cloud, allowing you to streamline test operation from build-out to maintenance.
ADDITIONAL SOFTWARE TEST CAPABILITIES ON THE FTB-200 PLATFORM
VOIP TEST TOOLS
EXpert VoIP generates a voice-over-IP call directly from the test platform to validate performance during service turn-up and troubleshooting.
Supports a wide range of signaling protocols, including SIP, SCCP, H.248/Megaco and H.323
Supports MOS and R-factor quality metrics
Simplifies testing with configurable pass/fail thresholds and RTP metrics
EXPERT IP TEST TOOLS
EXpert IP integrates six commonly used datacom test tools into one platform-based application to ensure that field technicians are prepared for a wide range of testing needs.
Rapidly performs debugging sequences with VLAN scan and LAN discovery
Validates end-to-end ping and traceroute
Verifies FTP performance and HTTP availability
IPTV TEST TOOLS
This powerful IPTV quality assessment solution enables set-top-box emulation and passive monitoring of IPTV streams, allowing quick and easy pass/fail verification of IPTV installations.
Real-time video preview
Analyzes up to 10 video streams
Comprehensive QoS and QoE metrics including MOS score
TROUBLESHOOTING OF HIGH-SPEED MULTIMODE NETWORKS WITH ENCIRCLED FLUX
Whether it’s for an expanding enterprise-class business or a large-volume data center, new high-speed data networks built with multimode fibers are running under tighter tolerances than ever before. In case of failure, intelligent and accurate test tools are needed to quickly find and fix the fault.
Multimode fibers are the trickiest links to test because the test results are highly dependent on each device’s output conditions. Troubleshooting with a different unit than the construction unit may mislead the technician or result in the inability to find the fault, creating longer network downtimes.
For multimode fibers, EXFO recommends using an external launch mode conditioner that is encircled flux (EF) compliant. The encircled flux standard (as recommended in TIA-568 via TIA-526-14-B and IEC 61280-4-1 Ed. 2.0) is a way of controlling the source launch conditions so that Tier-2 troubleshooting can be performed with maximum accuracy and consistency.
The use of an external EF-compliant device* such as the SPSB-EF-C30 will ensure a fast and easy way to fix faulty networks.