Uses for IPCopper
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IPCopper and Software Development
Great debugging tool. IPCopper shows exactly what transmits to and from the software and the internet or intranet, helping developers pinpoint communication problems and IP or other formatting issues. Debug network appliances, printers and more.
IPCopper packet capture appliances are an unparalleled diagnostic tool for software developers to see exactly what a program transmits while in operation. The packet transmissions captured by the device provide developers with the raw unfiltered data, providing the information needed to troubleshoot, debug and diagnose problems with internet or network transmissions from and to a network device or software program.
With IPCopper you can also benchmark software and hardware by accurately recording its performance, without interfering with its functions or its speed of operation. Since it is an external device, IPCopper packet capture appliances do not use the resources of your computer, nor affect its data processing speeds.
Setting up IPCopper is simple, requiring no configuration to get up and running. Deploy IPCopper packet capture appliances anywhere on on a network to enjoy its features and benefits:
- Record all internet/Ethernet packets, in both directions.
- Use with any network device, including computers, printers, routers, servers — any device that uses internet protocol or Ethernet framing for communication externally or within a network.
- Record and monitor single or multiple pieces of equipment with one device.
- Great for VoIP development and troubleshooting, as well as various network appliances by capturing the timing of requests and responses and exactly what each contains.
- IPCopper packet capture appliances do not affect network topology, speed or function.