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27. 04. 2017 Luca Di Stefano Network Traffic Monitoring

Find out who is eating your bandwidth with ntopng

Who really knows what are the protocols used in the local network? Usually with netflow you can distinguish traffic per l4 port (80=http,443=https,..) but this is no more sufficient. Some applications use dynamic ports (see nfs, ftp, routed sap, …), several applications use the same ports, how can we distinguish them? Applications grow and change really fast (like… Read More

19. 04. 2017 Arianna Cunaccia NetEye, Uncategorized

IoT, big data, Cloud: the NetEye’s answer

On May 16 you can meet us at the Internet of Things conference. We will discuss about the new challenges for the IT management in the digital transformation process including IoT, Smart City, Cloud and Big Data. Only the companies that react rapidly to the changing needs of the market are able to maintain a… Read More

07. 04. 2017 Sandro Santinato NetEye, NetEye Updates

Updated Package neteye-reporting-3.9.22-1 (for NetEye 3.9)

ChangeLog: Fixed not correctly rendered text in reports (NEREP-183) Fixed links to thruk in sla years (NEREP-189)

07. 04. 2017 Sandro Santinato NetEye, NetEye Updates

Updated Package neteye-syslogview-3.4.10-1 (for NetEye 3.9)

ChangeLog: Fixed edit button for eventlog objects (NSV-73)

07. 04. 2017 Sandro Santinato NetEye, NetEye Updates, Uncategorized

Updated Package neteye-thruk-1.88.4_neteye1.4.14-1 (for NetEye 3.9)

ChangeLog: Fixed not correctly rendered text in reports (NEREP-183)

07. 04. 2017 Sandro Santinato NetEye, NetEye Updates

Updated Package neteye-monarch-3.13.5-1 (for NetEye 3.9)

ChangeLog: Fix getLastDayWithLogs() method (NMONARCH-67)

07. 04. 2017 Sandro Santinato NetEye, NetEye Updates

Update Package neteye-nagios-bp-1.3.2-1 (for NetEye 3.9)

ChangeLog: Fixed replace of languages file during updates (NNBP-11)

06. 04. 2017 Alessandro Romboli NetEye

Monitoring of objects in segregated networks

In many companies, there are installed SNMP devices on segregated networks, which we cannot directly access. A typical example are backup networks on which the transmission of Jumbo Frames is enabled. Conventionally, there are positioned iSCSI devices and NAS, to reduce overheads and CPU cycles and hence, to increase transmission performance.

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