Piervin Network Test Devices


Piervin currently distributes two primary simulated network test generation devices. The periodic generated network tests from these devices are used to build virtual circuits across a network. These virtual circuits or end user
experiences are monitored to certify the state of the network where these circuits span.

These devices separately support wired and wireless network testing. The simulated test devices both named Watchdogs perform the functions for which they are named for. The Watchdog’s sole purpose is to generate
simulated end user experience tests to help visualize the experience instead of dispatching truck rolls to test at any time of the day.

Simulated test devices

  • Watchdog WD 110(Wireless)
  • Watchdog WD 210(Wired)


Device Features


Width 7 in
Depth 6 in
Height 2 in
Weight 12.8 oz
Processor Chipset Broadcom BCM2837 64Bit Quad Core Processor
Processor Speed QUAD Core @4.8 GHz
Storage USB
Max Power 2.5A @ 5V


Data Transfer Rate 300 Mbs
Data Link Protocol IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n
Frequency Band 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz
Status Indicators Power, status
Antenna Built-In, and External redundant
Encryption Algorithm AES, TKIP, WPA, WPA2, WPA-PSK
Authentication Method RADIUS, LDAP, Active Directory
Remote Management Protocol SNMP 2, SNMP, SNMP 3, SSH, CLI


Watchdog WD110 Call for pricing.
Watchdog WD210 Call for pricing.