Gain a new level of visibility into network traffic behavior & trends. By leveraging Cisco's NetFlow protocol to extract data from routers, NetFlow Traffic Analyzer provides an in-depth view into which users & apps are consuming the most bandwidth
Professional Edition 5.2 A collection of over 30 Network Discovery, Monitoring and Management tools. Includes NETWORK MONITOR with email alerting, BANDWIDTH MONITOR, MIB WALK, IP NETWOR BROWSER, MAC ADDRESS DISCOVERY & many more. Pound for Pound, the best toolset available.
Description: So you’ve sent half a dozen e-mails, pleading with employees to stop using the corporate network for bandwidth-hogging applications like streaming music and playing World of Warcraft, but no one seems to care. You’ve been called out by upper management due to poor network performance more times than you’ve thought about attending Comic-Con. Now, what?
Orion NetFlow Traffic Analyzer enables you to capture continuous streams of network traffic and convert those raw numbers into easy-to-interpret charts and tables that reveal exactly how the corporate network is being used, by whom and for what purpose – enabling you to shut down the bandwidth hogs.
NetFlow Traffic Analyzer helps you answer questions like:
Which applications are consuming network bandwidth?
Which users are generating the most traffic?
Which IP addresses are my top talkers?
Should I upgrade my WAN bandwidth? Why?
What is the historical trend of bandwidth of my WAN and LAN links?
System Requirements: Pentium III 800, 20 MB HDD, 256 MB RAM, IIS
Change Info: Examines traffic based on Type of Service bit; significant enhancements to charts, graphs, and reports; globally exclude specific protocols; monitors multiple applications on the same port, each with a different protocol.
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