Utilizing your Internet Connection Requires Visibility and Measurement.
Live Per Second Visibility of Your Internet & WAN
Granularity on Internet traffic is important
Why is granularity so important? Well just say your monitoring software averages Internet traffic over 15 seconds (like NetFlow configurations on the finest setting) you lose critical information. For example, if you have a 5 second burst of traffic that saturates the link it will impact time critical services like VoIP. However with a 15 second average you won't see this burst in detail so you may misdiagnose the cause of the delay on VoIP.
Top Applications View
Check out the top applications on your Internet & WAN
Find out how your Internet and WAN links are being utilized. Using NetScope's top applications view you can quickly tell which applications are using the most bandwidth. Within NetScope you can click on any segment to drill-down and view traffic for that application.
Top Users View
Check out the top users on your Internet & WAN
NetScope can connect to Windows Active Directory and obtain user information. Merging user information with the other network layers NetScope can show you detailed user information. Track user details such as:
- Applications by user
- Bandwidth use by user
- Websites each user visited
- Unusual traffic patterns, such as malware and the dark web
All Applications Activity View
Check out Internet & WAN activity at a glance.
Using this view you can see all your Internet & WAN traffic activity as a whole, and how much each bandwidth application is currently using every second.
Each colored area represents a single application. The applications are ordered from most traffic to least traffic.
Monitor Remote WAN Sites
Track Each Remote Site in Detail
See the make-up of the WAN traffic and how much data each site is using. Drill-down into each site and view all the application usage details: such as bandwidth consumed, application delays, social media use and video streaming.
- Invoice each site by how much data they use
- See which sites are over-utilizing their bandwidth
- Drill-down to the application layer for any site
- Ensure sites are protected with NetScope QoS