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26. 11. 2018 Arianna Cunaccia NetEye, Unified Monitoring

ntop Training

Who is using your network and how? What kind of traffic does your company generate? Where does slow network performance come from? ntop has the answers. ntop is a network traffic probe that monitors network usage. This solution provides an intuitive, encrypted web user interface for the exploration of both real-time and historical traffic information. In our…

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27. 04. 2017 Luca Di Stefano Uncategorized

Chi si sta mangiando la banda? Scoprilo con ntopng

Chi riesce a sapere veramente quali sono i protocolli utilizzati nella rete locale? Solitamente con i netflow si può distinguere il traffico attraverso le porte L4 (80=http,443=https,..) ma non è più sufficiente. Alcune applicazioni usano invece porte dinamiche (vedi nfs, ftp, routed sap, …), altre le porte stesse, come si può allora essere in grado…

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27. 04. 2017 Luca Di Stefano Unified 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…

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23. 08. 2016 NetEye Blog Admin NetEye

German Advanced NetEye Training

As part of our training program, we will organize the German ADVANCED NetEye Training. Contents The training consists of a three-day main part, which focuses on advanced monitoring concepts, and the deepening of the topics Network Discovery, Network Traffic Monitoring, Event Management and Business Service Monitoring.

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09. 06. 2016 Luca Di Stefano Unified Monitoring

Network Performance Monitoring: Port Mirroring vs. Network TAPs vs. Hardware Timestamp

Monitoring network traffic was initially used only for highlighting the typology of network traffic and the quantity of packages/bites broadcasted. This information are important to analyze anomalies, to optimize flows (balance network traffic) and to size the infrastructure.

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06. 10. 2015 Sandro Santinato NetEye

Netflow Analysis With Improved Nfdump Version

With the idea to get out more from the netflow data fetched by Nfdump and with special needs of our customers, we added some new and useful functionalities to make Nfdump even more interesting and useful for your network traffic analysis. First of all, Nfdump is a collection of tools to collect and process netflow…

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14. 03. 2013 NetEye Blog Admin NetEye, Real User Experience, Unified Monitoring

The CeBIT 2013 – A big thank you to all our visitors

NetEye auf der CeBIT: Die CeBIT 2013 – Ein herzliches Dankeschön an alle Besucher

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03. 12. 2009 Arianna Cunaccia NetEye, Unified Monitoring

NTM – Network Traffic Monitoring

Come già precedentemente accennato da Georg nel post dell’intervista a Luca Deri, sviluppatore di ntop. Abbiamo introdotto ed integrato una nuova soluzione per l’analisi del traffico di rete in NetEye . Grazie a ntop siamo ora in grado di fornire grafici sui flussi di rete fornendo informazioni sui protocolli e sugli indirizzi IP di origine…

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02. 12. 2009 Georg Kostner NetEye, Unified Monitoring

NTOP: intervista con il fondatore Luca Deri

Durante l’evento di Nagios del 2009 abbiamo avuto il piacere di conoscere Luca Deri, sviluppatore del progetto Open Source ntop. ntop ha come obiettivo primario la realizzazione di un analizzatore di traffico di rete. Usando una proporzione come esempio, potremmo dire che Nagios sta all’infrastruttura come ntop sta alla rete. Abbiamo così iniziato una stretta…

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