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Network test access points (TAPs) are hardware tools that allow you to monitor and access your network. Bypass TAPs (active TAPs), also referred to as a 'bypass switch', are used with inline, active security appliances such as next generation firewalls and intrusion prevention systems. Garland Technology bypass TAPs are purpose-built hardware devices that let you see every bit, byte and packet.®
Bypass TAPs are used to connect a monitored network segment to an in-line active appliance and monitor the device's health. If your security device goes off-line for any reason the bypass TAP will automatically 'switch to bypass mode’ keeping your network link up while you to resolve the issue.
|M10G1ACv2||10G-1U Chassis System: Supports up to 4 modular Bypass TAPs. Dual internal AC power supplies. Voltage: 85 - 264 Volts, 100 Watt total power consumption with 4 TAPs.|
|M10G1DCv2||10G-1U Chassis System: Supports up to 4 modular Bypass TAPs. Dual internal DC power supplies. Voltage: 36 - 72 Volts; 100 Watt total power consumption with 4 TAPs.|
|Model No.||Network Speed||Bypass TAP Module||Network Media||Monitor Media|
|M10GMSBPv2||10G||SR Multi-mode Fiber||2 SR Multi-mode, LC-Fiber||2 SFP+ Cages|
|M10GSSBPv2||10G||LR Single-mode Fiber||2 LR Single-mode, LC-Fiber||2 SFP+ Cages|
|M10GESBPv2||10G||ER Single-mode Fiber||2 ER Single-mode, LC-Fiber||2 SFP+ Cages|
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|Tap 'breakout' mode||Aggregation mode||Regeneration/SPAN mode||Bypass mode|