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Cubro Network Packet Brocker

NETWORK PACKET BROKERS

Network Packet Brokers (NPBs) are the middleman that guarantees that monitoring and security appliances have a comprehensive view of network traffic and that those tools are operating at peak efficiency. Cubro NPBs incorporate features like traffic aggregation, traffic replication, filtering, load-balancing, header-modification and more. More advanced network packet brokers also support Deep packet inspection (DPI) which is an advanced monitoring technique and a useful application for telcos.

SPECIFICATION

EX8A

  • CAVIUM ARM64 CPU 16GB DDR4 RAM
  • INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL SSD STORAGE
  • 8X 1G COPPER, 2X 10G SFP+ PORTS
  • 4X INTEGRATED CUBRO TAPS (PASSIVE)
  • 1U ½ 19” METAL HOUSING W/ PSU

EX8A FEATURE:

• OPEN LINUX – POSSIBLE TO INSTALL WIRESHARK OR THIRD PARTY SOFTWARE, YOU DO WHAT YOU WANT
• MULTI-CORE ARM CPU WITH UP TO 8GBPS THROUGHPUT PERFORMANCE
• PASSIVELY TAP UP TO 4 LINKS OR COLLECT TRAFFIC FOR UP TO 8 1G INPUTS
• CAPTURE TRAFFIC DIRECTLY ON DEVICE AT UP TO 2.5GBPS WITH OPTIONAL CAPTURE FILTERS (TCPDUMP SYNTAX)
• DOWNLOAD CAPTURE FILES FROM WEB UI OR COPY TO REMOVABLE USB/MICRO SD MEDIA
• LINUX OS ALLOWS FOR USE OF COMMON CLI UTILITIES SUCH AS TCPDUMP, TSHARK, AND OTHERS
• AGGREGATE TRAFFIC TO 1/10G OUTPUT AT UP TO 8GBPS
• ANALYZE CAPTURED TRAFFIC ON DEVICE VIA WEB UI
• LINUX OS ALLOWS FOR SCRIPTING VIA BASH, PYTHON, AND MANY OTHER LANGUAGES

EX12

  • 12 X 1/10G SFP+ PORTS
  • 8 X 10/100/1000 SFP PORTS*
  • 8 X 10/100/1000 COPPER PORTS*
  • 1 X 10/100/1000 MANAGEMENT INTERFACE
  • 1 X SERIAL CONSOLE INTERFACE
  • DUAL REDUNDANT PSUS (DC OPTIONS AVAILABLE)

EX12 FEATURE:

  • TRAFFIC AGGREGATION + REPLICATION
  • L2 – L4 TRAFFIC FILTERING
  • L2 – 4 HEADER MODIFICATION
  • VLAN ADD/REMOVE/MODIFY
  • MPLS TAG REMOVAL
  • SESSION-AWARE LOAD BALANCING
  • GRE TUNNEL ENDPOINT
  • SFLOW
  • SUPPORTS IPV4 AND IPV6
  • NON-BLOCKING BACKPLANE
  • TX AND RX OF SFPS OPERATE INDEPENDENTLY
  • WEB GUI
  • CLI
  • REST API

EX32/32

  • 32 X 1/10G SFP+ PORTS
  • 2 X 40G QSFP PORTS (EX32+ MODEL)
  • 1 X 10/100/1000 MANAGEMENT INTERFACE
  • 1 X SERIAL CONSOLE INTERFACE
  • DUAL REDUNDANT PSUS (DC OPTIONS AVAILABLE)

EX32/32+ FEATURE

  • TRAFFIC AGGREGATION + REPLICATION
  • L2 – L4 TRAFFIC FILTERING
  • L2 – 4 HEADER MODIFICATION
  • VLAN ADD/REMOVE/MODIFY
  • MPLS TAG ADD/REMOVE/MODIFY
  • SESSION-AWARE LOAD BALANCING

EX484-3

  • 48 X 1/10G SFP+ PORTS
  • 6 X 40G QSFP PORTS*
  • 1 X 10/100/1000 MANAGEMENT INTERFACE
  • 1 X SERIAL CONSOLE INTERFACE
  • DUAL REDUNDANT PSUS (DC OPTIONS AVAILABLE)

EX484-3 Feature

  • TRAFFIC AGGREGATION + REPLICATION
  • L2 – L4 TRAFFIC FILTERING
  • L2 – 4 HEADER MODIFICATION
  • VLAN ADD/REMOVE/MODIFY
  • MPLS TAG ADD/REMOVE/MODIFY
  • SESSION-AWARE LOAD BALANCING
  • PACKET SLICING
  • UDF FILTERING
  • FORCE TX/UNIDIRECTIONAL
  • GRE/VXLAN/NVGRE/GENEVE TUNNEL ENDPOINT
  • SUPPORTS IPV4 AND IPV6
  • NON-BLOCKING BACKPLANE
  • TX AND RX OF SFPS OPERATE INDEPENDENTLY
  • WEB GUI
  • CLI
  • REST API

 EX32100

  • 32 X 40/100G QSFP*
  • 1 X 10/100/1000 MANAGEMENT INTERFACE
  • 1 X SERIAL CONSOLE INTERFACE
  • DUAL REDUNDANT PSUS (DC OPTIONS AVAILABLE)

 EX32100 Feature

  • TRAFFIC AGGREGATION + REPLICATION
  • L2 – L4 TRAFFIC FILTERING
  • L2 – 4 HEADER MODIFICATION
  • VXLAN TERMINATION
  • VLAN ADD/REMOVE/MODIFY
  • MULTIPLE VLAN TAG REMOVAL
  • MULTIPLE MPLS TAG REMOVAL
  • PACKET SLICING
  • SESSION-AWARE LOAD BALANCING
  • SUPPORTS IPV4 AND IPV6
  • NON-BLOCKING BACKPLANE
  • TX AND RX OF SFPS OPERATE INDEPENDENTLY
  • WEB GUI
  • CLI
  • REST API

Network Packet Brokers (NPBs) are a critical component of a Network Visibility solution as they are responsible for ensuring that monitoring and security appliances receive the traffic needed to perform their role.

While a Network Packet Broker appears to look like a switch it is a quite different device in operation. The word “broker” in the name of these devices hints to their primary purpose and the functionality behind it. An NPB effectively brokers the traffic it receives outto connected monitoring and security tools. To this end it incorporates features like traffic aggregation, traffic replication, filtering, load-balancing, header-modification and more. Network Packet Brokers (also known as Ethernet switches) are more advanced devices and support 1G/10G, 40G and 100G network traffic.

It also focuses on not adversely affecting traffic either so that, unless otherwise directed, the network traffic is unmodified as it traverses the NPB. A Network Packet Broker is able to send traffic to only one tool or copy the same traffic to many tools (such as the traffic from a TAP). An NPB can also aggregate many data feeds together for output to one or more tools; necessary to ensure those tools get a complete picture of the network. NPBs can also groom traffic so that it can be provided to a tool.

Filtering rules isolate specific subsets of traffic that could be specifically required to a certain tool or, alternatively, are irrelevant and can be dropped reducing bandwidth and processing loads on tools. The vast majority of monitoring and security appliances are unable to process encapsulated traffic, thus, Network Packet Brokers are able to strip tunnel headers from packets so tools can process them. NPBs are the middleman that guarantees that monitoring and security appliances have a comprehensive view of network traffic and that those tools are operating at peak efficiency.