NXCheck All-IP Cloud


NXCheck All-IP Cloud is the ideal tool to perform pre-qualification and site acceptance testing as part of an All-IP Check without the need for on-site technicians. NXCheck All-IP Cloud can also be used for marketing purposes in the All-IP market. The tool is simple and easy to use, traffic light colors indicate the quality of the network. The result is a report with detailed information.

Perform pre-qualification testing to test a network for vulnerabilities in advance. Site Acceptance Testing after you’ve migrated to All-IP checks that the entire infrastructure, including the WAN lines, is All-IP ready and that the carrier is meeting the promised SLAs. If an error occurs, you can quickly find out in which network segment (LAN, WAN, in-house network, etc.) the error is located. The tool allows you to perform active measurements in the cloud: LAN (Port Check, DNS, DHCP, ARP, LAN Speed), WAN (FTP Up- and Download, HTTP Download, Ping, Traceroute) and VoIP/Video (Round Trip Time, Jitter, Packetloss, Prioritization).

Pre-qualification test

A pre-qualification test is used during the planning phase to check in advance whether the entire infrastructure, including the WAN lines, is All-IP ready. The test begins with an as-is analysis of the existing LAN structure, followed by a preliminary check of the LAN/WAN infrastructure to identify and eliminate weak points. The tool includes predefined test profiles for different scenarios and generates a meaningful report showing whether the LAN/WAN All-IP is ready or not. As a result, the report shows whether changes need to be made to the LAN/WAN infrastructure.

Site Acceptance Test

A site acceptance test checks whether the entire infrastructure, including the newly connected WAN lines, is All-IP ready after the All-IP migration and whether the carrier(s) is/are complying with the promised services and SLAs. The Site Acceptance Test serves as an acceptance test. Measurement profiles can be individually adapted to customer requirements. A positive result can serve as a guideline for future measurements/troubleshooting.

Troubleshooting

In the event of a fault, the network segment (LAN, WAN, in-house network, etc.) in which the fault is located can be quickly determined by remote diagnosis without the need for on-site technical assistance. Troubleshooting is easy and convenient for the customer, and handling is intuitive. It offers a fast fault location by segmented measurements.

Technical Features

  • LAN (Port Check, DNS,DHCP, ARP, LAN Speed)
  • WAN (FTP Up- und Download, HTTP Download, Ping, Traceroute)
  • G.711 a-/μ-law
  • G.721
  • G.722
  • G.723.1
  • G.726 16/24/32/40
  • G.729a
  • GSM
  • iLBC
  • H.264
  • DeltaT (min/avg/max)
  • Jitter (min/avg/max)
  • packet losses
  • Reordered Packets
  • Duplicated Packets
  • SIP
  • TCP / TLS
  • RTP
  • SRTP
  • IPv4 / IPv6
  • PESQ (ITU-T Rec. P.862)
  • MOS-LQO
  • POLQA (ITU-T Rec. P.863)
  • MOS-LQO
  • PEVQ (ITU-T Rec. J.47)
  • MOS
  • E-Model (ITU-T Rec. G.107)
  • R-Factor / MOS-CQE
  • Damping / Volume
  • SNR
  • background noise
  • DiffServ
  • UDP-Port-Range
  • VLAN tag (depending on network card)
  • PBX / PABX
  • SIP drink
  • Static
  • Dynamic

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