Stop and think about the complexity of your core network. Over the years, your network has evolved with every new network device that you added. Now, it’s an intricate web of Cisco, Avaya, HP and Dell hardware.
Do you even recognize your core network anymore since it has changed so much over the years? The reality is that many network professionals would struggle to answer this question; and it’s due largely in part to a basic lack of visibility. It’s very easy to keep adding equipment and growing your network. But keeping track of your hardware is much harder.
This makes the idea of network failure a frightening problem. When something happens that causes downtime, you need to know exactly how your network is pieced together in order to get it back up and running. You don’t want to be making discoveries about broken equipment when you are losing thousands of dollars every minute.
It’s time to get up close and personal with your core network.
TotalView’s dynamic network map can scan your network, identify your core infrastructure (i.e. your switches, ports, links, routers, cables, etc.) and show you how they are linked together—as well as where they are physically located in your organization. Using this tool, you can see the exact cause and location of a problem when it arises so you can go about fixing it instead of spending all day searching for the root cause.
So, are you ready to learn more about how your network operates? Click here to learn more information about PathSolutions’ dynamic network mapping technology.