- NetFlow v5, v6, v7, v9
- Sampled NetFlow v5, v9
- NetFlow monitoring on Cisco ASAs
- Netstream v5, v9
- sFlow v4, v5
- VMware distributed virtual switch flows
Entuity Network Analytics completes your network visibility and shows who’s talking to whom, for how long, at what intervals, using which protocols and ports, and how much data is exchanged. With a top-down flow perspective that can easily scale to any network size, the flow monitoring helps you reduce Mean Time to Repair (MTTR) and Mean Time to Restore Service (MTRS) across your customers’ networks and your own.
Plan for future growth with insight into the interfaces that see the most and least traffic. Through our flexible and customizable dashboard-centric UI, ENA presents both element- and flow-based perspectives in context to one another.
The Flow Data dashlet displays flow data in chart and table form for the selected View, device, VM platform or port.
The Flow Summary dashlet displays a summary of flow data for the selected device. Use this dashlet to start or stop flow collection on the selected device.
You have complete control over the collection of flow data, and we’ve consolidated flow configuration and management into a simple process that reflects the flexible and accessible nature of ENA. It’s easy to enable or disable flow collection through the Flow Inventory page, from specific flow dashlets, or the Context Menu of the selected device. Manage all network flow collection from the Flow Inventory page, providing you with a summary of all devices configured for flow and insight into the flow data on all ports for configured devices.
Assign as many flow collectors to Entuity servers as its license permits, and deploy additional servers to seamlessly handle large volumes of collection or when traffic must be localized geographically. Gain complete visibility of which flow collectors are assigned to which server or servers, and of the devices associated with each collector, all without administrative burden.
Entuity Network Analytics brings together all aspects of flow management – information on network congestion, applications consuming high bandwidth percentages, destination of network traffic – as part of your wider enterprise network management, monitoring and analytics software.