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NetFlow Analyzer

NetFlow Analyzer is a complete traffic analytics tool that leverages flow technologies to provide real-time visibility into network bandwidth performance. It enables admins to collect, analyze, and report on what their network bandwidth is being used for and by whom. As a powerful bandwidth monitoring tool, NetFlow Analyzer can optimize the bandwidth usage of over a million interfaces worldwide, apart from performing network forensics and network traffic analysis.

Product Includes

  • Capacity Planning report
  • Network Configuration Management
  • Cisco CBQoS reporting
  • Cisco NBAR reporting
  • Cisco IPSLA Monitoring
  • Advanced Security Analytics Module
  • WLC Monitoring
  • Deep Packet Inspection
  • HighPerf Reporting Engine

How will NetFlow Analyzer help you?

  • Analyze and monitor bandwidth traffic
  • Perform forensic analysis on network traffic
  • Enable application monitoring
  • Make intelligent capacity and billing plans
  • Monitor voice, video, and data communication quality


  • Bandwidth Monitoring
  • Network Traffic Analytics
  • Monitor traffic in routers/switches
  • Reports – Consolidated, Custom, Troubleshoot
  • Department wise bandwidth monitoring
  • Application-specific usage monitoring
  • Cisco Medianet reporting
  • Site-to-site traffic monitoring
  • Cisco WAAS reporting
  • Customizable Dashboard
  • Router traffic monitoring
  • Alerts
  • Cisco AVC monitoring
  • iPhone App
  • Billing

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