With the new 2.6.0 update for Visual BACnet, we have introduced a Linux Capture Tool. Similar to our Windows Capture Tool, now Linux users can capture BACnet IP and MS/TP traffic right from their computers. Those captures will automatically upload into Visual BACnet for analysis. You can activate captures remotely, and even schedule captures ahead of time.
Save time and effort gathering data you need to understand the network, and instead use your energy to solve issues. Review the requirements and download the Linux Capture Tool today!
We currently also provide a Windows Capture Tool, and physical Capture Tools that can be installed throughout your networks.
The Windows Capture Tool works the same way as our new Linux Capture Tool but for Windows devices. To download and learn more about the requirements for using a Windows Capture Tool visit our downloads page.
You can also install our physical Visual BACnet Capture Tools for IP and MS/TP networks. These devices can be used to capture BACnet data on an ongoing basis. Install the Capture Tools and they will send data directly to Visual BACnet for analysis. From there, Visual BACnet pinpoints intermittent and recurring problems throughout your network, saving you the trouble of looking for issues. Learn more by downloading the datasheet for details.
We are excited to add the Linux Capture Tool to our remote capture technologies, so you can continue to improve your BACnet networks with minimal time and effort. Learn how our Capture Tools helped Penn State University in our case study!