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Flow Monitoring

Empowering engineers and operators with enhanced network visibility.

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DataMiner MediaOps - Flow monitoring
DataMiner MediaOps - Flow Monitoring
DataMiner MediaOps - Flow Monitoring

This is a standard DataMiner application that can be used as is, with minimal configuration. It will receive regular upgrades to improve the user experience. You can also obtain a copy to customize to your requirements, but such a custom version will not receive automatic updates.

Visualize and troubleshoot network flow paths

  • Extract and visualize current network flows from routers, switches, and media edges
  • Visualize engineered flows for comparison with current flows to identify discrepancies
  • Implement user-friendly search and filter options for locating specific flows by virtual signal group, network interface, or IP address

The Flow Monitoring app offers engineers and operators a powerful tool for visualizing flow paths across the network, facilitating troubleshooting and optimization efforts.

With the ability to track both the as-engineered and as-is paths of every flow, this application provides invaluable insights into network performance and connectivity.

As-Engineered path: Gain visibility into the expected path of a flow as calculated by Flow Engineering during connection setup. This representation offers a clear understanding of the intended route of data transmission, aiding in planning and configuration tasks.

As-Is path: View the current, real-time path of a flow based on monitoring data reported by network elements. By comparing the actual path to the engineered path, operators can quickly identify discrepancies and address potential issues, ensuring optimal flow performance and reliability.

Multiple viewing options: Explore flow paths from various perspectives, including views by source, destination, and multicast IP. Whether analyzing flows originating from a source or tracking flows received by a destination, operators can easily navigate through the network topology and pinpoint areas for optimization.