Snowmobiling in MaineWhat do network performance analysis and snowmobiling have in common?

Nothing, unless you are attending FlowFest™ 2012.



You know about NetFlow. But do you need to know more? Do you need to get a NetFlow solution in place? Could you better serve your company with advanced knowledge of NetFlow from the industry leader in NetFlow collecting and reporting?

FlowFest™ 2012 – Advanced NetFlow Training™ course, is a 2-day conference to learn what is possible with the NetFlow technology.

Advanced NetFlow TrainingYou will learn how to improve your network traffic management from some of the most knowledgeable NetFlow and IPFIX experts in the industry.

This course is loaded with practical training tips and numerous hands-on labs with hardware from numerous vendors. Perform live troubleshooting on voice, video, and data traffic.


Sessions and hands-on labs will cover topics such as:

  • Basic NetFlow Configurations
  • Advanced Flexible NetFlow (FnF) configurations
  • Packet Analysis Vs. NetFlow Analysis
  • Saving raw flows and aggregating data
  • Filtering: both include and excluding data
  • NetFlow from the Cisco ASA
  • NetFlow and IPFIX exports from (Adtran, Enterasys, nProbe, SonicWALL and several others)
  • Deduplication of data
  • NetFlow sampling
  • NetFlow Templates, what they are for and how to use them
  • Ingress Vs. Egress NetFlow and why use them
  • Application Analysis with NetFlow
  • Layer 2 Analysis including MAC addresses and VLANs
  • ToS (DSCP) reporting
  • NetFlow Latency reporting from several different vendors (e.g. RTT, Jitter, Latency, Packet loss and more)
  • NetFlow Forensics and Network Behavior Analysis with NetFlow and IPFIX

This class will take your NetFlow troubleshooting abilities to a whole new level.

Take advantage of this opportunity to receive training from some of the most knowledgeable NetFlow & IPFIX network professionals in the industry. This course is loaded with practical training tips and numerous hands on labs. To register today, call 207-324-8805 x4.

For additional NetFlow and IPFIX reporting information be sure to go online and visit our technical resource site, were you will find links to the latest how-to videos, as well as technical blogs and product forums.


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Scott provides Pre Sales Technical Support to the Sales team at Plixer. Scott comes from a technical support background, having years of experience doing everything from customer account management to system programming. Some of his interests include coaching youth sports programs here in Sanford, playing drums and guitar in local jam bands, and playing in neighborhood lawn dart tournaments.


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