- Network Monitoring
- Server Monitoring
- Bandwidth Management
- Network Configuration Management
- Firewall Log Analysis
- IP Address & Switch Port Management
- Applications Management
- Monitor the health of all network devices in real time through various protocols.
- Monitors the status, availability, health, and performance of both physical and virtual servers.
- Supports NetFlow, sFlow, cFlow, J-Flow, AppFlow, FNF, IP FIX, and NetStream to help you drill down to the root level of traffic and effectively manage bandwidth.
- Automate device backup changes and provide detailed information on all your network devices and their configurations.
- Extend support to your firewalls by collecting, analyzing, and archiving log data.
- Manage IP addresses and switch ports easily.
- Gain deeper insight on business-critical applications and the servers that they run on.
Monitor critical metrics about the health, availability, and status of your networks and devices, including:
- Packet loss
- Response time
- CPU, memory, and disk space utilization
- Errors and discards
- Network traffic via SNMP
Track the health of network devices like servers, routers, switches, and firewalls to:
- Identify performance issues caused by hardware errors.
- Monitor hardware metrics like power, temperature, and voltage.
- Optimize resource allocation and capacity planning.
- Visualize WAN links and identify poor connections.
- Measure round trip time and reduce MTTR with link availability and detailed statistic reports.
- Monitor jitter, latency, MOS, and packet loss for VoIP links.
- Analyze historical trend reports for improved capacity planning.
- ICMP Ping
- Switch Port Mapper
- SNMP MIB Browser
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