capture buffer


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capture buffer

A reserved area in memory for holding incoming data. See capture and buffer.
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New features include advanced multiprobes for multi-interface, multitopology and multisession remote monitoring and collaboration; application analysis functionality that allows network administrators to view and troubleshoot application performance, then drill down to conversational problems; a 4-GB reserved memory capture buffer for high-capacity networks; and a wireless site-survey mode for consecutive channel scanning of 802.
The Digital Test Console offers the industry's largest capture buffer and fastest download interface, with multiple non-intrusive probing options that employs the latest ESP technology.
The Sierra M6-4 supports a capture buffer of either 4 GB or 8 GB, can be licensed to support SAS and/or SATA, and users can configure specific features or add features later to match their requirements and budget.