protocol analyzer

protocol analyzer
   A hardware or combined hardware and software product used to analyze the performance data of the network and to find and troubleshoot network problems.
   Protocol analyzers vary greatly in complexity. Some use dedicated hardware and can decode as many as 150 protocols; others convert an existing networked PC into a network-specific analyzer.
   See also network analyzer; sniffer.

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