Is your network compromised? Network scans, illegal applications? Want to view the top ten Conversations across your network? How about setting DNS resolution to occur automatically on a regular basis? Or send a syslog when a set threshold is exceeded based on criteria set in a saved report?

With Scrutinizer v7 and Flow Analytics as your network management tool, all of the above can easily be managed and reported on.

Does your management team also want this information in one easy to view location? That, too, can be simple to configure with Flow Analytics in the My View page of this network traffic analyzer.

This webcast, “Setting up Flow Analytics”, will take you through the application, giving tips on activating and configuring NetFlow. With Flow Analytics, you can monitor any NetFlow and sFlow traffic that is exported to Scrutinizer.

Setting Up Flow Analytics

For further support in setting up Flow Analytics, please contact Plixer International.

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Joanne Ghidoni

Joanne is a Software Quality Assurance Engineer at Plixer. She has also held positions as Technical Support Engineer and Sales Engineer since joining Plixer in 2005. Prior to joining Plixer, Joanne has had numerous positions in the IT field, including data entry, computer operator, PC coordinator and support, mainframe programmer, and also Technical Support and web programmer at Cabletron Systems. In her spare time, Joanne enjoys traveling, always seeking out new and interesting places to visit.


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