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Network analyzers are devices for testing network cable for compliance to specified standards, troubleshooting cable problems, analyzing problems, and monitoring network health. In general, network analyzers are infrastructure testing and troubleshooting tools. There are network testers for testing copper and fiber cable, and there are sniffers and protocol analyzers to monitor network traffic. Often, these devices are combined in the same unit.
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