Triton NTG

Large scale realistic traffic generation at rates over 560M pps on 4 x 100GbE, driven by pcap templates using an intuitive GUI, TRex interface or RestAPI.

Used by infrastructure vendors and xSPs for benchmarking 5G infrastructure, DPI, NAT, Firewall/IDS, IPS and load balancers, the Telesoft Triton generates large scale traffic at 560M packets per second on 4 x 100GbE.

The Triton NTG appliance allows testers to rapidly ramp up traffic to maximum occupancy on 4 x 100GbE, with a packet rate beyond 560M pps. Traffic is generated based on pre-loaded pcap files, resulting in a traffic mix that closely resembles real word conditions.

Support for high rate encryption and tunnelling makes the Triton NTG ideal for stress testing 5G mobile infrastructure. 

Users configure traffic runs using the Telesoft Triton NTG GUI or for those familiar with open source tools a familiar TRex interface. For control from automated test systems and scripts, there is a RestAPI providing full configuration and control. Traffic is defined from pcap templates that are pre-processed, mixed, amplified and sent over 4 x 100GbE fibres. 

The Triton NTG can be used for benchmarking and stress testing of:

  • 5G Network Infrastructure
  • DPI - Deep Packet Inspection
  • NAT - Network Address Translation
  • Firewall/IDS - Intrusion Detection Systems
  • IPS - Intrusion Prevention Systems
  • Layer 4 and Layer 7 Load Balancers

 Triton NTG Dashboard  

Triton NTG Dashboard with T-REX GUI Integration

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