it the Cisco switchprobe totally out of use?

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by sqrfolkdnc, Sep 29, 2005.

  1. sqrfolkdnc

    sqrfolkdnc Guest

    A search showed no references to one for a long time. I just bought
    one on ebay, it sounded interesting and possibly a useful talent to
    have. Was that a mistake?

    Now for the real question:

    The cisco web site lists a number of models, each with one or two cards
    for one network type. Is the software in each custom, only for the
    cards installed, or could I buy several switchprobes and maybe
    netscouts and put all the cards in one unit to monitor any of several
    types of segment from one unit, like token ring, ethernet, fast
    ethernet and fddi?
    sqrfolkdnc, Sep 29, 2005
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