The technologies applied for communication have increasingly shifted into the IP sector. Whether e-mail, telephone (VOIP), fax, etc.: today, all these means of communication demand digital bandwidth and are transmitted via IP-based networks. In contrast to the technologies applied so far, with IP technology no direct connection is established between the communication partners but communication is digitized, packed in small packets, possibly encrypted and subsequently more or less quickly and frequently exchanged. In case of previous monitoring systems, a known sender automatically meant that the receiver was known, too. The conversation, fax, etc. was realized via a line to which both participants were connected. The data volume recorded this way is and remained manageable. The problem with today ́s IP-based technology is that there is no direct connection any longer but only a communication distributed onto numerous packets. It is therefore necessary to separate the corresponding packets from the entire mass of data and to merge and decode them subsequently. Such a system shall in fact record the ongoing data traffic but it can not participate actively. What is difficult are e.g. lost packets which can not be requested again or also packets transmitted several times in order to put together the original message. The solution to this is our PKI 1100 IP Monitoring System. Integrated into the network to be monitored, any communication is stored and decoded to the greatest possible extent. And it is irrelevant whether a WLAN or a wired network is eavesdropped on here. The actual access to the network is realized with a repeater establishing the connection to the PKI 1100. The system logs all captured data into a database and thus enables a subsequent evaluation. Via the IP address, an assignment is then possible, via the data of the providers, to the user identity.
- Monitoring of up to 4 networks simultaneously
- Data storage on internal HDD up to 5 TB
- Protocols: ARP, FTP, Gopher, HTTP, SMTP, POP, Telnet, ICMP, IP, VOIP …
- Connections: LAN 4 x for repeater 1 x for WAN
- Repeater: LAN or connection via tapping module directly to a telephone or ISDN line. WLAN receiver.
- Operating voltage: 230 V
- Housing: 19 inch 3 RU