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Collect, monitor, and analyze Cisco Netflow, NSEL, sFlow, J-Flow and IPFIX flow data to see bandwidth use by application, protocol IP and groups. With WhatsUp Gold, you can identify which applications and users are consuming the most bandwidth.
Analyze traffic patterns over months, days or minutes by drilling into the individual network nodes. With that historical data you can track down the root cause of issues.
Receive threshold-based alerts to help you address network bandwidtch problems before they impact your users, applications and business. Track item like number of failed connections or the number of conversation partners and even individual user bandwidth thresholds.
Monthly ISP bandwidth charges are expensive. WhatsUp Gold lets you drill down to identify the sources and destinations of your internet traffic, the applications consuming internet bandwidth and the users of those applications. You can manage and justify ISP costs and ensure that your business-critical applications are getting the bandwidth they need.
Don’t allow a single user to stream video and hog all the bandwidth. Help ensure that the policies you have in place are giving business-critical traffic the highest priority with Class-Based Quality of Service reports that provide information about the effectiveness of those policies. Additionally, NBAR (Network Based Application Recognition) reports on the network traffic resulting from the top applications according to Cisco’s NBAR classification engine.
Be aware of unauthorized network traffic and how it impacts other systems and applications on your network.
Multi-vendor/protocol support ensures no matter what you are running in your network, there is a solution for you.
Traffic monitoring at the flow level lets you see the effects of your application prioritization schemes.
Set alerts for suspicious conditions like spikes in failed connections on a device.
There are hundreds of tools out there to monitor your bandwidth, but there may only be a few that will suit your business’ unique needs. This buyer’s guide outlines what to look for in a bandwidth monitoring tool.
You will learn:
Why you need to monitor bandwidth
What functionality to look for
The difference between DIY and commercial solutions