Need to find a certain host IP or application on your network? Do you have a user on your network who is violating network policies and you need to provide proof of that to management? Or do you suspect someone is using an application not allowed on your network? Using the searching utility in this network traffic analyzer, you can quickly find the offender, and more.

The webcast below, Using the searching utility, will take you through a few simple steps that shows how easy it is to find either an IP address or application port for a specified time span and selected flow exporting devices.

Using the searching utility

As you saw in this webcast, once the offending host is isolated, you can then run reports in Scrutinizer v7 that can be emailed to your management.

Just one more way that NetFlow and sFlow collectors can aid in your network traffic analysis.

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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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