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Learn how NetFlow Analyzer leverages on Cisco NetFlow to give you in-depth details about your network bandwidth.

Learn how NetFlow Analyzer leverages on Cisco NetFlow to give you in-depth details about your network bandwidth.

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Cisco IOS using NetFlow - ManageEngine webinar Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Leveraging the power of Cisco IOS using NetFlow Analyzer
  • 2. ManageEngine & the 90:10 principle Vendor Landscape •Acquired Products •Complex Integrations Big 4 •Expensive Business Model •Lower Price points •No integration Independent •Vendor viability Point Products •Single Vendor •Integrated Value ManageEngine •Affordable Price PointManageEngine Software is used by over 40,000 customers including 3 out ofevery 5 Fortune 500 companies
  • 3. IT Management Portfolio Servers & Windows Event Log &Network Desktop ServiceDesk Security Applications Infrastructure Compliance Network Server Desktop Active Windows Vulnerability HelpdeskMonitoring Monitoring Management Directory Event Logs Analysis Application Netflow Asset ITIL Service Syslog Patch Perf SQL Server Analysis Management Desk Management Management Monitoring Software Network End User Remote Exchange Firewall Log Password LicenseConfig Mgmt Experience Control Server Analyzer Management TrackingManageEngine is the only IT management vendor focused on bringing acomplete IT management portfolio to the mid sized enterprise
  • 4. The Need to leverage• User complaints: – Slow network – Dropped calls – Inaccessibility of business-critical applications• The reason: – Bandwidth clogging
  • 5. The power is yours to use Cisco IOS Actionable InformationNetFlow NBAR CBQoS IPSLA Flexible NetFlow NetFlow Analyzer
  • 6. Case In Point
  • 7. Case in point New York California Server London Farm, Texas Texas
  • 8. Scenario Bob, My calls are getting dropped, please fix it I’m unable to access the CRM, really need that. Bob, I’m experiencing Please help poor voice quality Bob, Technician
  • 9. Tickets raised over Time 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 Tickets raised 30 20 10 0Time
  • 10. Spotting The Problem
  • 11. Identifying the problem• screenshot
  • 12. Interface drilldown
  • 13. Then and Now THEN Bandwidth Pipe VoIP 70% Bulk Traffic 25 %
  • 14. Then and Now NOW Bandwidth PipeVoIP 45% Bulk Traffic 50%
  • 15. Root Cause Analysis
  • 16. High bulk data
  • 17. Validating the corrective measures• Priority changed• Bulk data applications priority removed• VoIP traffic prioritized• QoS policies implemented and validated CBQoS reporting in NetFlow Analyzer
  • 18. All is well VoIP Traffic restored! First issue closed
  • 19. Scenerio– 2nd Issue New York Texas Server Farm, Texas London
  • 20. Server farm architecture
  • 21. Root Cause Analysis
  • 22. Application analysis
  • 23. NBAR NBAR – Deep packet analysis – Allows user to recognize applications including those that use dynamic ports – Layer 7 traffic analyzer Flexible NetFlow based NBAR – Done without SNMP polling – Host details obtained through FNF NBAR
  • 24. Deep packet analysis
  • 25. Corrective measures• Peer to peer applications and Skype uninstalled from the host machines• CRM applications prioritized• Non-business applications blocked
  • 26. Bob is a happy man!
  • 27. Thank YouMail us at:netflowanalyzer-support@manageengine.comVisit us at: Netflowanalyzer.comFollow us on Twitter: twitter.com/NetFlow_geek