Fluke NetTool NT-IL Network Connectivity Tester

Fluke NetTool NT-IL Network Connectivity Tester
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Fluke Networks NT-IL
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NetTool Features:

  • Conclusively identifies a jack as Ethernet, Phone, Token Ring or inactive
  • Quickly verifies and troubleshoots desktop-to-network connectivity
  • Resolves complex PC-to-network configuration issues such as IP address, default gateway, and email and web servers
  • Shows key network devices used by the PC such as servers, routers, and printers
  • Checks link pulse for speed, polarity, duplex, level information and receive pair
  • Includes a Problem Log that concisely lists problems detected on the PC and network such as addressing issues, email and web problems
  • Simultaneously monitors network health (frames sent, utilization, broadcasts, errors, collisions) for  full-duplex connections
  • Offers individual frame counts for both the desktop and the network conversations
  • Shows protocol mismatches between the PC and the network, and identifies unwanted protocols
  • Includes cable-testing capability, eliminating the need for a separate basic cable tester
  • Minimum training time, maximum productivity
  • Inline functionality reduces testing time and frustration
 


Specifications:

  • Media Access: 10Base-T and 100Base-Tx
  • Identifies: 10Base-T, 100Base-Tx (Full and half-duplex), Token Ring (4/16 Mbps), Phone* (tip and ring pins)
  • Cable Tests: Wiremap, cable length, opens, shorts, and split pairs.  Accuracy: ±10% for Cat 5 cable
  • Ports: Shielded Hub/NIC connector (RJ-45).  Serial port - customized 2.5mm "stereo" input jack
  • Interface: Push button navigation of icon/menu-driven view
  • Power: Removable alkaline batteries, optional rechargeable NiMH batteries, or optional AC adapter.  (Approximately 20 hours continuous use with 4 alkaline batteries)
  • Dimensions: 5" x 3" x 1.7"
  • Weight: .46 lbs
  • LED Indicators (4): 2 on each side (Link, Utilization, Collision and Error)


*NetTool can detect telephone signals.  However, it is not designed to be used on public telephone networks.