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Wavetek Wandel Goltermann Domino Communications Test Set
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Model:
Domino
Date:
2000
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Group:
Description:
Internetwork Analyzer

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The Domino Analyzer The Domino internetwork Analyzer is a small, portable network analysis instrument that you connect to a network and use to: • monitor network activity • capture and examine network traffic • transmit test data onto the network • measure and analyze network activity and performance A personal computer serves as the instrument controller. The Domino user Interface is a Microsoft Windows application that provides access to Analyzer functions through easy-to-use menus, toolbars, and dialog boxes. Each Analyzer supports one network Interface connection at a time. Up to eight analyzers can be linked in a daisy-chain configuration and connected to the controlling computer through the standard parallel Interface port. This configuration enables you to perform concurrent data capture and analysis over multiple network interfaces. Users of the WG DA-3x Protocol Analyzer will find that the Domino analyzer's data capture format and application Software are DA-3x-compatible. Network data captured on a Domino Analyzer can be transferred to a DA-3x for additional analysis. The assumption is that, in the typical field service application, the Domino Analyzer will be used with a notebook computer. References to a notebook computer in this document simply reflect that assumption. You can also use Domino with a standard size personal computer.

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Service Manual
Manual Type:
Service Manual
Pages:
212
Size:
7.85 Mbytes (8227922 Bytes)
Language:
english
Revision:
10
Manual-ID:
Date:
01 September 2000
Quality:
Scanned document, reading partly badly, partly not readable.
Upload date:
16 August 2018
MD5:
25f0694aff6bc04d855c19c9eba94f56
Downloads:
242

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How This Book Is Organized This book is organized to follow the order of the Domino major tasks and the structure of the Domino Software. A brief description of each chapter is provided below. Chapter 1, Domino Basics Chapter 2, Setting Up Chapter 3, Capturing Network Traffic Chapter 4, Monitoring Network Traffic Chapter 5, Examining Network Traffic Chapter 6, Transmitting Traffic to the Network Appendix A, Toolbar Reference

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