Scrutinizer allows administrators to run reports that include the unique and/or proprietary flow elements exported from dozens of vendors’ equipment. With the purchase of a Scrutinizer license, you also gain access to Report Designer. Report Designer allows administrators to combine data elements into custom reports that meet the specific trending needs of the business. It also enables other reports such as Username by IP, Autonomous System by IP, Firewall Events, Network Address Translation, and DPI reports. This results in faster incident response through a reduction in Mean Time to Repair (MTTR) and faster resolution of security events.
Advanced Reporting Brochure
With Advanced Reporting, IT gains the deepest possible insight into everything exported in the flow template, regardless of vendor. TCP window size, retransmitted packets, caller ID, carrier grade NAT, host indexing, username, autonomous system, firewall information, and an infinite number of other values are all brought to light.
Report Designer: Customize the Reports You Want
With the purchase of a Scrutinizer license, you get Report Designer, which enables you to build customized reports on Flexible NetFlow, IPFIX, sFlow, J-Flow, Netstream, metadata, or proprietary vendor exports
Technology Alliance Partner Integration
Plixer engineering works directly with software developers at Cisco, Palo Alto Networks, Dell, VMware, Citrix, Juniper, Extreme Networks, Gigamon, Ixia, and many others to ensure that Scrutinizer supports their unique exports. Thorough compatibility efforts ensure rich contextual data and reporting is available for every network and security incident. In addition, with Report Designer, integration with Microsoft Active Directory, Cisco ISE, and many other authentication services provides IP address-to-username mapping for user accountability.
Some of the flow technologies supported include:
- Application Visibility and Control
- Cisco ASA NSEL Reporting
- Cisco High Speed Logging
- Cisco Trust Sec
- Cisco Wireless LAN Controller (WLC)
- NBAR and NBAR2
- Gigamon NetFlow, IPFIX, and Metadata
- Citrix NetScaler
- Ixia IxFlow
- Define application groups by IP and ports
- IP Grouping by subnet, IP, and range
- Performance Agent
- Performance Monitoring (Medianet)
- Smart Logging Telemetry
- SSL/TLS details
Custom NetFlow Reporting
Have you been looking for a Custom NetFlow reporting solution flexible enough to be able to provide reports on any Flexible NetFlow, IPFIX, sFlow, J-Flow, Netstream, or any other flow record that you send to it? Next question: what would you like to get for flow reporting? Do you have any flow exports that you currently are unable to see in your current flow reporting solution?
Create Network Monitoring Reports
One of the most common support requests that we get each day is, “how can I create network monitoring reports?” This article will focus on that exact question, showing you how to view NetFlow data and get to the information you want.
NetFlow Report Integration
We frequently receive inquiries regarding the availability of APIs (Application Programming Interface) for our Advanced NetFlow reporting solution, so I’m going to expand upon a subject that I touched on several months ago. NetFlow report integration is fully available, with all of its flexibility, via URLs with Scrutinizer.