The ideal tool for ad-hoc network monitoring and analysis
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STINGA Protocol Analyser is a stand-alone real-time protocol analyser – a complete system of software and hardware to monitor network traffic over mobile, IP and TDM interfaces.
Telecommunication networks are becoming more complex, new services are introduced continuously, the amount of traffic increases dramatically and the demands on quality just gets higher and higher. In a competitive market, monitoring network signals, network protocols and network behaviour is more important than ever. For network operators and service providers, STINGA Protocol Analyzer is a essential tool in ensuring Quality of Services (QoS) and good user experience.
Gain better control
STINGA Protocol Analyzer helps network operators and service providers to meet new challenges. Monitoring networks with STINGA Protocol Analyzer give network operators and service providers a true assessment of network signals and performance. These detailed network data are useful in terms of becoming more proactive, gain better control over own networks, and ensuring the network is delivering on its premises. The monitored data can work as a basis for network planning, analysis of customer experience, protocol analysis, and network surveillance etc.
To ensure our customers are up-to-date, all STINGA products are adapted to new technological changes. New protocols and versions are added continuously. Other protocols and national protocol variants are implemented on customer request. Expert support and product demonstrations are offered online.
It is possible to monitor multiple TDM or Ethernet interfaces with a notebook or desktop computer. Up to eight TDM timeslots can be monitored simultaneously for each line interface.
Real-Time Protocol Decoding
Comprehensive real-time decoding of all supported protocols is provided. Customer configured one-line decoding, detailed decoding and hex information are displayed. Physical link status is displayed with indicators in the status bar and layer 1 alarms are printed in the one-line decoding window.