Candela Technologies

Candela Technologies LANforge Fire and ICE, are ideal for field or lab, and use a common GUI to provide both network traffic generation and WAN emulation.

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LANforge FIRE - Voice over IP - SIP Call Traffic Generator

 

LANforge FIRE SIP Call Generator can generate real SIP traffic using virtual interfaces where each virtual device has a unique MAC and IP Address (Requires Candela Linux kernel).

 

To the system under test, it appears as if there are multiple devices sitting inside a single LANforge system generating independent VoIP traffic streams. Excellent for testing SIP gateways, routers and QoS configurations.

 

Lanforge can also send traffic from one physical interface on the local machine to another interface on the same machine or another machine. Each physical and virtual interface can be configured for the same, or different subnets.

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Traffic Generation for hundreds or thousands of VoIP SIP Calls

 

LANforge Rack-Mount or small footprint appliances can be custom configured to support thousands of SIP Call traffic generation. These are custom designed and so please contact us to discuss your requirements.

 

LANforge Fire can be purchased as software or comes in many configurations from portable to rack-mount appliances.

 

WAN - Two Endpoint systems (Two Systems Shipped)

 

LANForgeVW10A - WAN SIP Call GeneratorUp to 10 call pairs $1,489.00)

 

 Two endpoint 10 SIP call pair generator

The LANForgeVW10A solution comes with a pair of low-power and affordable appliances each with a single 10/100 Ethernet port (and optional Wireless interface).

It is targeted at users who wish to have an inexpensive appliance solution for up to 10 SIP call pairs over WAN connections. Each VoIP end point can be configured with its own MAC and IP addressand Eis ecellent for testing SIP gateways, routers and QoS configurations. Alternatively, the pair of appliances can generate TCP/UDP network traffic around 40Mbps bi-directional.

 

The LANForgeVW10A is based on the Raspberry PI B platform, running the Linux Raspbian OS. The LANForgeVW10A has no moving parts and is about the size of a deck of cards. It has HDMI, Keyboard, and Mouse interfaces for easy console/desktop access to the system. Also required is a separate PC running the LANforge GUI on the same network to manage the LANforge systems.

 

 

LANForgeVW50L - WAN SIP Call Generator (Up to 50 call pairs $6,499.00)

LANForgeVW100L - WAN SIP Call GeneratorUp to 100 call pairs $7,999.00

A pair of these devices are shipped  to test up to 100 SIP Call Pair across a WAN connection.

The CT505VoIPWAN is WAN solution that comes with a pair of small appliances for each end point.  It comes in two versions to at support either 50 or 100 VoIP call pairs. Alternatively, the pair of appliances can generate network traffic better than 700Mbps bi-directional. With no fans or moving parts,  its dimensions are 11 x 6 x 1.6 inches, weighs 3.3 pounds, has a dual-core 1.66 Atom processor, 2 GB RAM, a 16GB" SSD drive and 6 10/100/1000 Ethernet interfaces. The system is powered by an external DC power supply brick (included). The user can install the LANforge GUI on their own laptop or desktop to manage the LANforge systems or the system is able to support remote desktop. The operating system is 32-bit Fedora Linux. Price: 50 Call Pairs $6,499.00, 100 Call Pairs $7.999.00

 

Affordable LAB systems (One System Shipped)

 

LANForgeLAB50 - LAB Call Generator (Up to 50 call pairs $3,999.00)

Single Lab 50 call pair system

The CT505VoIPLAB is Stand-alone solution that can generate up to 50 VoIP call pairs of SIP traffic and is ideal for LAB environments.. Alternatively, the appliance can generate network traffic better than 700Mbps bi-directional. With no fans or moving parts, its dimensions are 11 x 6 x 1.6 inches, weighs 3.3 pounds, has a dual-core 1.66 Atom processor, 2 GB RAM, a 16GB" SSD drive and 6 10/100/1000 Ethernet interfaces. The system is powered by an external DC power supply brick (included). The user can install the LANforge GUI on their own laptop or desktop to manage the LANforge system or the system is able to support remote desktop. The operating system is 32-bit Fedora Linux.