- > WAN/Network Impairment Emulators
- > WiFi Traffic Generators
- 32 STA, 1 radio
- 64 STA, 1 radio
- 128 STA, 1 radio
- 64 STA, 2 radio
- 128 STA, 2 radio
- 400 STA, 2 radio
- 600 STA, 3 radio
- 264 STA, radios: 2 /ac + 1 /n
- 232 STA, radios: 1 /ac + 1 /n + expandable
- 1200 STA, 6 radio
- 192 STA, 6 radio /ac
- 696 STA, radios: 3 /ac + 3 n
- Chromebook 1 radio
- CT540 SMA Cables
- 3 x 1 M Semi-Rigid
- Scriptable Attenuator
- > Stateful Traffic Generators
Stateful Network Traffic Generator
LANforge FIRE generates stateful network traffic and
monitors packets for throughput and correctness.
LANforge FIRE sits on the edge of your network and tests your network
core. More info...
LANforge ICE WAN emulators
test the robustness of devices that connect either side of an impaired
network. Impairments: bandwidth, latency, packet loss, jitter, corruptions and others.
All LANforge systems include a platform independent
graphical management client
with virtual network configuration, reporting, test management and
automation capabilities. For examples of how the LANforge
system can help with your testing needs, see the LANforge-ICE Cookbook
and LANforge-FIRE Cookbook.
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New LANforge FIRE & ICE: 5.2.12 is released:
Release 5.2.12 includes 802.11 AC support, improved CLI scripts,
threshold-triggers, and a built-in GUI plugin to automate resetting
ports. Bug fixes include better handling of MAC addresses when creating
and modifying interfaces, a memory leak in the LANforge server, and
wifi regulator configuration fixes. Ubuntu 14.04 is supported, and the
live-cd is now based on Lubuntu 14.04. The Ubuntu live CD does NOT support
802.11 AC at this time.
See the Release Notes for
- LANforge-LIVE bootable DVD
now available (see instructions).
Run LANforge on most machines without changing the existing Operating
System or configuration!
For a free trial version of the LANforge software,
create an account and go to the
If you are a non-profit organization, a student, or part of an Open-Source project,
you may qualify for a free LANforge license.
- Candela Technologies suggests
for automated traffic shaping applications.