BitAware is a professional network analyzer which performs 24/7 network monitoring and automatic expert diagnosing. It allows you to get a clear view of the complex network, control user activity, and troubleshoot network problems.
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Description: BitAware is a professional network analyzer (also known as network sniffer & packet sniffer), it performs real-time packet capturing, 24/7 network monitoring, advanced protocol analyzing, in-depth packet decoding, and automatic expert diagnosing. It allows you to get a clear view of the complex network, control user activity, and troubleshoot network problems.
- Real-time and 24/7 network monitoring
- Gbps traffic, zero drop ratio
- Advanced protocol analyzing and in-depth packet decoding
- Monitor real-time network utilization
- Per-user and per-subnet performance detecting
- Total limit & control of network activity
- Intelligently identify dangerous user & host
- Automatic and expert network diagnosis
With the help of BitAware, you can easily accomplish the following tasks:
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