Last Updated: October 21, 2020
R&S®PACE 2 classifies thousands of applications and protocols in real time, despite advanced obfuscation or encryption and provides content and metadata extraction. With the smallest processing footprint on the market, the software library needs close to zero memory during runtime. R&S®PACE 2 has no external dependencies and works on all standard servers and operating systems as well as on physical, virtual and SDN architectures. Weekly updates of application and protocol signatures, combined with continuous performance and reliability testing, ensure that R&S®PACE 2 offers the highest traffic detection rate and leaves no application undetected. An average throughput of 14 Gbps per core and almost linear scalability represent market-leading performance. When used together with Intel® technologies, customers benefit from maximized efficiency and traffic visibility, a minimized memory footprint and low power consumption during real-time analysis as well as fast packet processing.
- Dynamic Upgrade:
R&S®PACE 2 offers live updates without interruptions, integrating weekly software releases during runtime.
- Extension Interface:
R&S®PACE 2 customers can implement their own code, such as traffic identifiers (custom classifications) during packet processing and create customized events.
R&S®PACE 2 is designed for symmetric multiprocessing systems and supports uniform (UMA) and non-uniform memory access (NUMA).
If no additional processing is necessary, the Fastpath feature drops all upcoming packets of a flow after the flow has been classified.
- Client-Server Indication:
Enables targeted tracking of internal network users to significantly reduce memory requirements.
- Memory Management:
Individual optimization of memory usage.
- Configuration Dictionary:
Provides a string-based and binary-compatible way to configure R&S®PACE 2 to handle options unknown to a specific software version.
- Processing States:
Reveals the relative amount of time spent on processing during runtime.
- NAT plug-in:
Detection of devices behind routers using network address translation (NAT), including smartphones using mobile tethering.
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