IxRouter IP Multicast Emulation - license - 1 user

Mfg.Part: 930-2004 | CDW Part: 3791696 | UNSPSC: 43232804
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Ixia's Aptixia IxNetwork IP Multicast Emulation software offers the most comprehensive tools for testing scalability and performance of multicast routers. Ixia offers emulations of Internet Group Membership Protocol (IGMP) versions 1, 2, and 3, Multicast Listener Discovery (MLD) protocol version 1 and 2, and PIMSM for testing IPv4 and IPv6 and dual-stack routers. Used in conjunction with Ixia's CPU per port load modules, these emulations offer unparalleled scalability and performance.

The PIM-SM emulations offer great scalability and performance, supporting hundreds of PIM neighbors per test port. Any combination of PIM register and Join/Prune messages can be advertised from a port to simulate traffic from multicast sources and to destinations. Any number of topologies can be simulated to validate a System Under Test's (SUT) ability to create unidirectional shared trees rooted at a Rendezvous Point (RP) per group and shortest-path trees per source.

Ixia's IP Multicast Emulations are integrated within IxNetwork's Graphical User Interface (GUI) software for data and control plane testing. Large and intricate tests can be created quickly and simply with this interface. Configurations can be created or changed on-the-fly while the state machine is running. Additional attributes are also exposed for those who demand increased protocol control. Once the configurations are completed, IxNetwork's traffic wizard can be used to automate the construction of multicast traffic streams to send through the topology.