Ubiqua Protocol Analyzer integrates decoders for leading IEEE 802.15.4-based protocols, including Zigbee, Thread, and 6LowPAN; with a wide range of analysis features to create a powerful, user friendly, fast, and scalable debugging tool, tailored to help engineers through the different phases of the Internet of Things application development process.
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Open Sniffer v2.0
Easily create complex filters with the filter editor. Ubiqua features the ability to filter packets and show only the ones that fulfill certain logical criteria. Filters can be saved and shared with other Ubiqua users.
Never lose track of important information! You may configure the Watch View to automatically find and display variables of interest in the packet log as you traverse your captures.
Decode protocols tunneled over Zigbee, such as BACnet, IEEE 11073 (Health Care), etc.
Add personal comments and insights to captured packets. Capture files store this information, allowing you to easily share it with other Ubiqua users, or just keep it at hand where it's needed the most.
Ubiqua performs on-the-fly decryption of encrypted packets, allowing for effortless monitoring of secured networks. Security keys may either be automatically discovered in capture data or be added manually before or after capturing.
Graphical visualization of the network topology as interpreted by the current capture data, with quick access to individual node properties. Additionally, nodes may be named and positioned over a custom background image such as a blueprint to easily keep track of devices.
Programmatically access core Ubiqua functionality through the Remote Access Service. The software provides a number of services exposing key application features as web resources, including capturing, sniffers, filters, keys, and addresses.
Ubiqua automatically reassembles fragmented network packets.