Best Practices for Analyzing VoIP at 10G
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Watch the full OnDemand Webcast: http://bit.ly/networkanalysis10G ...
Watch the full OnDemand Webcast: http://bit.ly/networkanalysis10G
Network analysis on highly utilized 10G network segments is already a complicated business, and that’s just for traditional TCP/IP data protocols. Add time-sensitive protocols like VoIP into the mix, with its associated complexities like QoS configuration and MPLS segmentation, and you could have a real mess on your hands.
Which network analysis systems can handle throughput at 10Gbps, especially with a high percentage of small packets that are characteristic of VoIP traffic? Which systems can display VoIP statistics in real-time, providing critical data and alerts on current VoIP performance, while also saving 10Gbps traffic to disk for more detailed post capture analysis? Which systems can capture and analyze the traffic from your busy enterprise VoIP system - thousands of concurrent VoIP calls?
Your choices in addressing these issues are limited. In this webinar, Jim Frey, Managing Research Director at Enterprise Management Associates and Jay Botelho, Director of Product Management at WildPackets discuss the challenges network engineers face and walk you through your options.
They will cover:
Challenges of capturing and analyzing mixed network data on heavily utilized 10G network segments
Conflicting demands of traditional (TCP/IP) data analysis and VoIP analysis
Critical VoIP statistics and their relationship to call quality
A real-time demo of the TimeLine appliance for network forensics
What you will learn:
Best practices for monitoring and analyzing heavily utilized 10G network segments with mixed data types
How to configure TimeLine for optimum network analysis and troubleshooting
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