Flowmon Packet Investigator
Packet capture solution for network forensics.
Flowmon Packet Investigator (FPI) is an automated network traffic auditing tool that records and interprets full packet data. Combining automatic PCAP investigation and built-in expert knowledge, provides administrators with not only an understanding of emergent issues but also with suggestions for a remedy, saving hours or even days of manual work.
What FPI can do for you:
- On-demand network traffic recording (L2-L7) for in-depth troubleshooting.
- Automate packet analysis of captured events with built-in expert knowledge.
- Streamline troubleshooting with automatic explanations and suggestions for a remedy.
Key benefits and features
- Automated analytics
- Autonomous investigation of DHCP, DNS, FTP, IMAP, IMF, POP, SIP, SLAAC, SMB, SMTP, IP, TCP, SSL, HTTP for resolving operational problems, compatibility issues, etc.
- Built-in expertise
- The Investigator uses an analytical engine to locate the root-cause, explains it in a clear message, and suggests remedial actions.
- Hard evidence anytime you need
- Capture relevant packets at 1G, 10G, 40G, and 100G speeds. Use inbuilt capture capabilities or upload PCAPs from external sources.
- Rolling buffer
- A set of packets per flow remains buffered for a defined period and is recorded on-demand.
- Automated triggers
- A detected event can automatically trigger full packet recording, making raw traffic data available for thorough analysis.
- Consolidation of tools
- Availability, capacity, troubleshooting, compliance, and forensics - with Flowmon, all under one hood, across the entire hybrid environment.
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