Check out the most advanced Cisco NetFlow capabilities on April 17th when we co-host a webcast with Cisco on Performance Routing (PfR) and network traffic management with Flexible NetFlow.

Cisco PfR Training

This Flexible NetFlow webcast will cover:

  • How PfR works and when to implement it
  • The concept of Master Controlers and Border Routers
  • The four parts to PfR as well as the NetFlow dashboards and reports that complement the technology.
  • How PfR relates to Performance Monitoring and NBAR2 Flexible NetFlow exports
  • End to End, hop-by-hop visibility of flows through the network


Plixer worked directly with Cisco Management and software developers to support this recent Flexible NetFlow technology.  PfR details provide the latest in network traffic reporting and include metrics on IP SLA monitors without the use of SNMP.  This is done through the use of something known as Active and Passive monitors which is covered in the webcast.


“With the explosion of handheld network devices and social networking, the network traffic is constantly increasing. Enterprises are demanding high availability and a performance guarantee for their business-critical applications. Plixer’s Flexible Netflow-based reporting on the PfR performance measurements allows our customers insight into the performance of their business critical applications, link loads, and brownouts in the network,” said Pritam Shah – Manager Software Development: Medianet Video Monitoring & PfR ”

Performance Routing Software Manager

“We are partnering with Plixer to come up with a world class user interface.”

Watch the Recorded PfR Reporting Webcast.




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Stephen joined Plixer in 2011. Steve’s efforts over the years have helped many customer gain better Visibility and Network Analytics. With more than 5 years of successful technology consultation, Steve has become a thought leader, focusing on how Scrutinizer can be part of a system incorporating other solutions such as Gigamon, Statseeker, Uptime, InfoBlox and Splunk. Firm believer that most organizations will have a larger SDN implementation and greater leveraging the Cloud in the next few years. Steve resides in Scarborough, ME with his wife and two sons.


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