Jamie Lee is the west coast Regional Manager at Plixer. He works with prospects to solve the unique needs of their network and visits existing customers to assist with training. He enjoys developing new partnerships and building long-lasting relationships with his clients. Jamie loves the outdoors and his favorite hobbies include fishing, hiking, and football.
PSAMP is what allows the Catalyst 4948E to support NetFlow-Lite and it is the first switch from Cisco to support IPFIX. This feature demonstrates Cisco’s commitment to IPFIX, a protocol slowly gaining ground on Cisco’s NetFlow in popularity. The main difference being that IPFIX is the proposed flow standard in RFC 5101 and 5102. Did you know that Cisco is one of the major proponents of IPFIX? Read more
Network Performance Analysis in a virtualized environment like VMware can be a tricky beast as often times everything is encapsulated using GRE tunnels between virtual switches. What can we do? As luck would have it, most virtual switches support Netflow. Yes, vSphere NetFlow support is available. Read more
Are you looking for Catalyst 3750 NetFlow Support? Unless you own the X model (i.e. Catalyst 3750X) you will need to span a port to an nBox, a SonicWALL in bridge mode or similar. The Catalyst 3750X NetFlow support is only available if you have invested in the 3KX module. Without the 3KX, this switch only supports Smart Logging and Telemetry Flexible NetFlow exports.
First of all, Net Flow is spelled NetFlow, and today, we’re going to talk about an IT Monitoring Service that provides Network Traffic Monitoring. Specifically, we want to monitor BYOD Traffic. The modern workplace is often being assaulted by these devices. Why? Androids and iPhones are constantly searching for a Network to connect to. Once attached, some employees are so ‘connected’ with friends that these smart phones start flooding the network and pestering the user to participate in Facebook, Farmville or even Scrabble. How can you find out when, where , and what they are doing?