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Problems faced by network admin team
Unable to measure
Unable to trace
speed in branch
Difficult to measure
Looking for network visibility in 2 branches with around
5,000 interfaces for routers & switches.
Why NetFlow Analyzer
• Helps to keep
usage & shape
• Helps to
• Helps to
• Helps to reduce
with single point
for all branches.
• Helps to assess
usage trends of
How did we reduce bandwidth cost by at least 25%.
Network team were facing real challenge when the employees started
complaining about slow internet connection & difficulty in accessing
mails, voice calls & business applications. In order to maintain the
growing need of bandwidth, they ended up buying bigger pipelines and
more bandwidth cost.
“When we got introduced to NetFlow Analyzer, we started to capture
flows and analyze it. Initially, the issue was unknown to us. But when
we analyzed 3 days of data, we were able to trace the actual traffic
patterns. The problem lied with two applications which were consuming
the entire bandwidth during peak business hours. Antivirus updates &
MS SQL replication were consuming most of the bandwidth & hence we
scheduled them during odd business hours. This saved bandwidth cost
by 25% to the company. NetFlow Analyzer helps us to keep track of
bandwidth usage for each apps, devices & IP addresses. And, we were
able to revert back to previous connection lines for bandwidth & also
maintain a healthy network for delivery of services.”