WhatsUp Gold makes it easy to get detailed visibility into your network traffic to see which users, applications, and protocols are consuming bandwidth or connecting to suspicious ports. Setup bandwidth usage policies, maximize your return on ISP costs and ensure adequate bandwidth for critical business applications and services.
Analyze bandwidth consumption across networks, servers, applications and more.
Find backups or file transfers running during peak load periods
Track unauthorized, bandwidth hogs like streaming or gaming
Detect and report on traffic to and from the dark web (Tor) or other suspicious sites
WhatsUp Gold collects network traffic and bandwidth usage data from any flow-enabled device on the network. It supports Cisco’s NetFlow and NetFlow-Lite as well as NSEL protocols, J-Flow, sFlow and IPFIX. Collect and view data for Cisco CBQoS (Class-Based Quality of Service) and NBAR (Network Based Application Recognition).
WhatsUp Gold provides threshold-based alerting to help you address bandwidth problems before they impact your users, applications, and business. It alerts you when senders or receivers exceed bandwidth thresholds, when interface traffic exceeds utilization thresholds, and when you exceed failed connections and the number of conversation partner thresholds.
Monthly ISP bandwidth charges are expensive. You don’t want to add more bandwidth unless you need it. WhatsUp Gold software 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. In this way, you can ensure that your business-critical web applications are getting the bandwidth they need.
WhatsUp Gold provides dozens of out-of-the-box network traffic reports including:
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