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Handheld network analyzer runs embedded Linux

Oct 26, 2004 — by Henry Kingman — from the LinuxDevices Archive
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Fluke Networks has used embedded Linux to build a handheld network analyzer intended to help network technicians and administrators install, maintain, and troubleshoot 10/100/gigabit enterprise networks. The EtherScope can quickly map, scan, and test live copper-based Ethernet LANs for configuration, wiring, and other problems.

Find out all about the EtherScope and its embedded Linux software in our complete Device Profile.

Read Device Profile of Fluke EtherScope

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