GENEM-X

GENEM-X is a feature-rich synthetic Ethernet & IP traffic generator, capture, playback and impairment application that runs on Siama's PROVA-X test appliance

GENEM-X provides a stress-test for networking devices, infrastructure or Virtual Network Functions (VNFs) in a lab or production environment.

GENEM-X emulates network traffic by generating packets up to line-rate on each of the PROVA-X test interfaces while simultaneously filtering and capturing flows for analysis. It can be used for Service Assurance in production environments, on-demand troubleshooting and SLA reporting. The network emulation features allow you to add delay, jitter and loss to flows to emulate complex networks and track application performance. GENEM-X transforms the PROVA-X into the ultimate multi-tool test appliance.

 

GENEM-X

Features

A Powerful Set of Tools

To test the most demanding applications

RFC 2544

RFC 2544

Methodology to evaluate the Throughput, the Latency, the Frame Loss Rate and the Back to Back Rate

Y.1564

Y.1564

Methodology ensuring that the Service Level Agreement (SLA) objectives are respected

Y.1731

Y.1731

Continuous Performance and Fault Management protocol

Network Diagnostics

Network Diagnostics

Tools to identify and troubleshoot the performance and availability of a service and/or a flow

Network Traffic Generator

Network Traffic Generator

Synthetic Traffic tool that emulates real-world traffic by combining multiple application streams into multiplexed flows

WAN Emulation

WAN Emulation

Tool that adds latency, jitter and loss between traffic source to simulate network conditions

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Performance Benchmarking, Service Activation Testing and On-Demand Troubleshooting
GENEM-X Datasheet
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GENEM-X Datasheet

Application Note: Microburst Detection for Service Providers
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Application Note: Microburst Detection for Service Providers

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