- All the network, all the records, all the fields - all the time
- NetFlow built-in to most Cisco routers and managed switches and easily enabled
- All data conversations captured with per-minute resolution
- Data storage and archiving up to 999 years
- Delivers unmatched network forensics, troubleshooting and reporting capabilities
- Multicast Support
- Detailed network traffic visibility without probes or appliances
- Traffic identification by deep packet inspection
NetFlow Tracker harnesses flow information from Cisco IOS NetFlow, and flow standards from several other vendors, to give users detailed network traffic insight without the use of probes or appliances.
Coverage - Most routers in the huge Cisco installed base can be used for network monitoring and with NetFlow Tracker no additional (costly) hardware probes are required.
Complete Visibility - NetFlow Tracker is practically alone in being able to report on every data conversation. The conversations that matter today start and remain small - virus, voice, peer-to-peer, hacking and worms. Only complete visibility makes tracking these conversations possible.
Conversation Awareness and IP Session Tracking - The ability to examine packets and their numerous fields in detail, so that unauthorised and hostile activity can be traced and analyzed.
Conversations and Interfaces - More than just a record, knowing the source IP addresses of conversations and their inbound and outbound interfaces is critical to tracking and understanding unusual behavior.
Principal Profile - Fluke Networks
Fluke Networks began as a business unit within Fluke Corporation in 1992. Fluke Corporation has a history of more than 50 years as the world leader in electronic test tools, and was looking for new markets in which to grow. By 2000, Fluke Networks had grown substantially, and differences between Fluke Networks and Fluke Corporation were apparent – different customers, different sales channels and sales processes, and different products designed for different applications. In 2000, Fluke’s parent company, Danaher Corporation, separated Fluke Networks from Fluke Corporation and it is now a separate operational division with a new brand and a separate identity. Fluke Networks has been continuously profitable since then and in 2006 its annual revenues exceeded $300M. Approximately 45% of Fluke Networks’ revenue comes from outside the U.S.