PacketShaper's traffic shaping technology allows you to fix WAN and Internet performance problems. Shaping controls bandwidth utilization and application performance by actively preventing network congestion. PacketShaper allows you to ensure true QoS for mission-critical applications -- from voice and video to CRM and ERP. PacketShaper's application-intelligent Layer 7 classification engine automatically identifies hundreds of application by their unique signatures, pinpointing applications such as SAP, Citrix, Oracle, TN3270, and KaZaA. These include applications that negotiate dynamic port assignments and shifty peer-to-peer applications, which can masquerade as unsuspicious traffic and elude detection from other monitoring devices. Sub-classify critical network traffic types to create thousands of Layer-7 custom signatures.
Computer Connection carries the Packeteer PS4000-ISP, and can send this Packetshaper 4000 Isp, Unlimitedl Shaping via overnight courier to most areas of the country for immediate delivery tomorrow morning. To request a quote on the Packeteer PS4000-ISP, just fill in your email address in the 'Quick Quote' field located above along with the quantity you want to purchase, or call us at 1-952-884-0758 for assistance.
Every refurbished, pre-owned, and used PS4000-ISP is thoroughly tested by our technicians and is fully guaranteed by our extensive 90 day warranty. All of our refurbished Packeteer equipment, including this PS4000-ISP Packetshaper 4000 Isp, Unlimitedl Shaping, can be additionally covered by our extended warranty. Please ask your Computer Connection sales person for more information should you have any questions regarding this PS4000-ISP.
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