Network Flow Analysis

May 9, 2011
You know that servers have log files and performance measuring tools and that traditional network devices have LEDs that blink when a port does something. You may have tools that tell you how busy an interface is, but moLstly a network device is a black box. This book opens that black box, demonstrating how to use industry-standard software and your existing hardware to assess, analyze, and debug your network.

Learn how to:

  • Identify network, server, router, and firewall problems before they become critical
  • Find defective and misconfigured software
  • Quickly find virus-spewing machines, even if they're on a different continent
  • Determine whether your problem stems from the network or a server
  • Automatically graph the most useful data