Rackmount 100Gbps Ethernet recorder DDR7000-R1-25G-4


  • Our fastest industrial rackmount Ethernet recorder featuring 4 x 25GbE ports.
  • Full-rate 100% Ethernet capture, record, and playback performance up to 100Gbps.
  • Real-time standard PCAP capture ports status monitoring.
  • Up to 180 Terabytes (SSDs) of system storage.
  • STIG compliant & AES256 encryption options.
  • Data offload: USB 3.0 and 10GbE or optional 25GbE, 40GbE, and 100GbE ports.
  • Slim 1U unit – 1.69” (4.3cm) height.
  • Also available in a standard 4U version.
SKU: DDR7000-R1-25G-4 Category: Tags: , , , ,

System specifications preview
  • Line rate Rx 100Gbps (4 x 25Gbps) for packet size 61 - 10,000 bytes
  • Line rate Tx 100Gbps (4 x 25Gbps) for packet size 61 - 10,000 bytes
  • 100% packet capture
Network interfaces
  • IEEE 802.3 25GbE Ethernet support
  • Network interface: 1 x QSFP28 port or 4 x SFP28
  • QSFP28 modules: 4 x SFP28 CR/SR breakout from QSFP28
  • SFP28 modules: 25GBASE-CR/SR/LR/LR-BiDi, dual-rate 10/25GBASE-SR/LR
Data format
  • PCAP format (capture/record only)
  • NTCAP – PCAP style binary format (capture/replay)
  • CLI utilities: Simple/quick conversion from NTCAP to standard PCAP format or payload extraction


Daqscribe Ethernet recorders grab data from Layer-2 of the OSI model.

This assures precise protocol-agnostic packet capture, including IPV4 or IPV6; TCP to SCTP; and IP Unicast to IP Multicast.

Data is reliably stored to enterprise SSDs in real-time, in standard PCAP format.

You can access and analyze recorded packet data with common network analysis tools, such as Wireshark® and ntop®.

Daqscribe Ethernet recorders are delivered as turnkey solutions, pre-installed with our netREC™ software license and backed by our standard 12-months hardware warranty and 90-days of software support.

most suitable for the following applications

Use cases


Network planning, rollout, and QoS
  • 5G wireless access​
  • Mobile edge computing​
  • Core networks

Spectrum Operations

Radio sensing & electronic counter measures
Electronic Warfare
  • Wideband digital receivers​
  • Radio frequency system-on-a-chip​
  • Digital signal processing

Cyber Operations

Computer & Network Defense
Computer Network Operations
  • Offensive computing​
  • Deep packet inspection​
  • Network capture & store

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