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Definitive Guides to Testing

Definitive Guide to Carrier Ethernet Testing
The Definitive Guide to Carrier Ethernet Testing contains 6 step-by-step methodologies for various EOAM and Link-OAM testing scenarios. Carrier Ethernet is a high speed Ethernet used in Metropolitan Area Networks (MAN). Carrier Ethernet defines native Ethernet access to the Internet and an increasing penetration of wireless networks. Carrier Ethernet is a packet-based alternative to circuit-switched networks that provides standards allowing packet-based traffic to meet all the needs of current users who utilize circuit-switched networks.

Definitive Guide to Switch Testing
This guide provides all of the information necessary to begin testing basic and advanced features of switches. Functional, performance and scalability tests are included, along with fully illustrated and detailed step-by-step instructions. This book will guide test engineers in the use of this equipment for many types of tests. Users can test VLANs, IGMP join and leave latency-even RFC 2544 or RFC 2889. Additional permutations are also suggested for most test cases so the test engineer can expand and customize tests.

Definitive Guide to Router Testing
This comprehensive handbook for testing common router functions provides all of the information necessary to begin testing basic and advanced protocol features of IP routers. Functional, performance and scalability tests are included, along with fully illustrated step-by-step instructions. Users can test BGP scalability, OSPF convergence latency, or even something complex as VPLS just by following instructions.

Definitive Guide to QoS Testing
Quality of Service or QoS testing is the set of processes and test cases to verify that services are given the correct amount of resources at the network forwarding and transport layer. Spirent TestCenter™ is the best platform for testing L3 and L4 QoS. TestCenter generates differentiated and marked traffic, and also mixes VBR (Variable Bit Rate traffic such as MPEG-2/4 or SIP) and CBR (Constant Bit Rate, or Steady State such as data) traffic out the same port at the same time.

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Definitive Guide to Carrier Ethernet Testing

   Spirent's Definitive Guides to Testing provide
   illustrated, step-by-step instructions for basic
   to advanced applications   






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