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5. May 2017: New firmware, 42b, for E1/T1 Monitor 3.0 and SDH Monitor 3.0

Release 42b is now available for download from the customer-only area.

19. January 2017: New firmware, 37b, for E1/T1 Monitor 2.1 and E1/T1 Messenger 2.1

Release 37b is now available for download from the customer-only area.

9. December 2016: LAPD decoding capacity increase

E1/T1 Monitor 3.0 and SDH Monitor 3.0 are now capable of monitoring 400 concurrent LAPD channels (previously 320). This increased capacity is available on systems shipped from February 2016 onwards, using firmware 41c or later.

6. April 2016: New firmware, 37a, for E1/T1 Monitor 2.1 and E1/T1 Messenger 2.1

Release 37a is now available for download from the customer-only area. 37a adds a number of features previously only available on GTH 3.0 hardware.

29. January 2016: Support for 150 Mbit/s ATM in VC-4 and 48 Mbit/s ATM in VC-3 implemented on SDH Monitor 3.0

Firmware is available on request for field testing.

6. November 2014: New firmware, 41b, for SDH Monitor 3.0 and E1/T1 Monitor 3.0

Release 41b is now available for download from the customer-only area. 41b features support for ATM-on-E1 and increased MTP-2 capacity.

24. October 2014: E1/T1 Monitor 2.1 replaced by E1/T1 Monitor 3.0

E1/T1 Monitor 3.0 is now capable of monitoring all protocols supported by 2.1, in many cases with significantly improved price/performance.

The most important new feature in E1/T1 Monitor 3.0 is that 96 channels of MTP-2 can be monitored. SDH Monitor 3.0 MTP-2 capacity has also been increased to 96 channels.

E1/T1 Monitor 2.1 can be still be ordered while supplies last, e.g. for expanding existing sites.

30. January 2014: New firmware, 40a, for SDH Monitor 3.0

Release 40a is now available for download from the customer-only area. 40a includes several new features including optical daisy chaining and 32 kbit/s subrate LAPD.

15. December 2013: Sample code support for Pcap-NG file format

Our sample code for converting captures into a format Wireshark can process now uses the Pcap-NG format by default. The main benefit is that each packet now contains information about which interface it was captured on.

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