The VoIP Monitor is a VoIP network management solution using Cisco IP SLA technology to monitor key VoIP service performance metrics. Additional in-depth bandwidth utilization graphs also help in quick troubleshooting of poor VoIP performance.
ManageEngine VQManager 6.2 ManageEngine™ VQManager is a powerful, web-based, passive VoIP monitoring software tool. VQManager monitors real-time VoIP QoS metrics to give instantaneous reports, self-configurable alerts & in-depth fault probing – all from a single web interface.
Description: Getting ready to deploy VoIP? Worried about poor VoIP call quality? Wanting to add more VoIP lines but clueless on how your network would handle the extra traffic? The OpManager VoIP Monitor helps enterprises tide through all the stages of VoIP rollouts. The module brings together network fault and performance management functionalities of OpManager, VoIP Quality of Service monitoring using Cisco IP SLA technology and granular network traffic troubleshooting from Netflow Analyzer to give you a complete end-to-end VoIP network management solution.
The VoIP Monitor capabilities include:
- Proactive, continuous monitoring of VoIP Service Levels: monitored QoS metrics include delay, packet loss, jitter and Mean Opinion Score (MOS)
- VoIP call quality monitoring over entire WAN
- Easy troubleshooting of VoIP problems through bandwidth utilization graphs and QoS reports from Cisco NetFlow monitoring
- Detailed source and destination VoIP call performance reporting
- Extensive VoIP traffic and call performance reports for offline analysis
- Pre-deployment testing of network capacity and ability to handle VoIP traffic
- A 'VoIP template' for simulating different VoIP traffic loads
- Automatic configuration of Cisco IP SLAs (Service Level Agreements) in source routers
NOTE: Downloaded software would have support for monitoring unlimited WAN links for the first 30 days of usage. On completion of 30 days, support is reduced to monitoring one WAN link.
Analyzing the Quality of VoIP VoIP has come a long way in the enterprise over the past few years, climbing over obstacles like bandwidth issues, security problems and competing standards. But that does not mean the technology -- a cost-effective alternative to traditional telephone sy