On-Site Penetration Testing hasn’t been easier.

Without Transporter, an engineer will need to travel to your location to perform a penetration test on your network. This means user access forms, approvals, travel expenses, desk request, and a visitor badge. It’s an unnecessary hassle that isn’t a good use of time when all that is needed is network access.



  • Sitara Processor: 1GHz Arm Cortex-A8, 3D Graphics, PRU-ICSS

  • 512MB DDR3 RAM

  • 4GB 8-bit eMMC on-board flash storage

  • 10/100mb ethernet connectivity

  • USB 2.0, may be used for 2nd 10/100 network

  • MicroSD slot

  • DC 5V Transformer or USB Power

  • Debian Linux, remotely managed and patched

  • DHCP IP Address for Transporter, can be static pre-configured

  • Additional DHCP Addresses may be needed for Raxis engineer

  • Automatically connects to privately hosted Raxis servers (not cloud)

  • OpenVPN certificate based authentication, uses UDP 1194

  • SSH reverse tunnel fallback

  • Layer 2 "Virutal Wire" support for examining broadcast traffic