This means every device on your network, and every interface on every device is automatically analyzed for performance, errors, QoS, and configuration.
TotalView collects and analyzes 19 error counters on every interface. This means we know when, where, and why packets are lost, buffered, or mis-handled anywhere in the environment.
You’re responsible for the entire infrastructure — you should have visibility to match.
Total Network Visibility®
Working in break-fix mode doesn’t cut it anymore.
You need to know where the problems are in your network so you can proactively fix them.
If you knew where every misconfiguration or dropped packet existed, and why the problem was occurring, you could spend a few minutes fixing the problems before users are affected.
This means you no longer run a network that’s full of unknown mysteries – you oversee a network that is perfectly operating because you know what your equipment knows about problems.
Proactive Issue Resolution
Knowing that your cloud services are working well is important for next-generation monitoring.
If you don’t know what’s causing problems, you’re working in the dark.
We can alert on the overall performance to cloud services as well as disclose the route tree used to reach the services so root-causes of performance problems can be easily identified.
Knowing where the problem is happening leads to faster resolution.
Cloud Service Monitoring
If you can rapidly identify who is using your bandwidth and what they are doing, you can make sure that business critical resources are used appropriately.
Our NetFlow capability permits an unlimited number of interfaces to be added to monitoring. This means you never lose visibility due to a license limitation.
Mysterious network slowdowns won’t go un‐diagnosed.
Keeping a close eye on critical WAN interfaces is important. Having a single report that shows you what’s happening regarding your WAN links, what they are costing you, and who to call when problems occur can result in faster responses to problems and reduced operational costs.
Awareness is more than half the battle.
WAN Health Report
Digging through your network to try to find where something is connected shouldn’t be a chore. With just one view, you can see what’s connected to switch ports including CDP/LLDP information, MAC addresses, manufacturers, IP address, and DNS entries.
It’s equally easy to search for a device and instantly discover where it’s connected to the network.
Never trace a cable again.
With a single picture, you can see how your network is connected. The diagram is automatically generated so you don’t have to worry about updating it.
It’s flexible and interactive so you can move elements around and lock them in place so you can have a static or dynamic view of the environment.
The days of manually updating network diagrams is over
Automatic Interactive Network Diagram
TotalView automatically generates an inventory of all network devices. Including:
• Model number
• Serial number
• OS firmware version
• OS software, version
• Hardware manufacture date
• Internal description
Full Inventory of Network Devices
Want to find out what happened between two IP endpoints at a certain time?
Our industry-leading path mapper will tell you what happened on all involved links, switches, and routers used to pass traffic between any two IP addresses at any point in time. This means you can solve problems that happened 5 minutes ago, 5 hours ago, or 5 days ago from one easy-to-disseminate report.
You never have to tell a user “I don’t know what happened”.
Everything you need to run a perfectly healthy VoIP environment, including:
• Phone locator
• SIP Trunk monitoring
• License-unlimited call simulator agent
• Phone move alerting
• Full visibility into QoS queues with QueueVision®
Never have a poor quality call again.
Complete VoIP Visibility
TotalView has a deep understanding of network health no matter what modern or legacy equipment powers your network.
As long as SNMP is supported, we can automatically dig into the device and tell you what it knows.
When someone says “The Internet is down”, it means that a number of problems could actually be occurring.
If local or remote DNS is not responding, people might see it as an Internet outage. If your link to the Internet is up, but an upstream connection is down, you might not have any visibility into this problem.
This one report show you the status and health of all elements required for reliable Internet
Internet Health Report
Don’t be satisfied with last-decade’s monitoring solution that takes 5-10 seconds to see a page build.
TotalView uses a fully RESTful JSON API and in-memory database capabilities to provide lightning-fast web browsing.
This means you can quickly find and resolve problems and aren’t stuck slogging through pages that take multiple seconds to build.
Quick responses = quick resolutions.
Highly Responsive User Interface
TotalView is logically laid out so anyone in the IT organization can quickly get access to the right information and fix problems.
This enables the Help Desk and Telecom teams to resolve more problems (many with first call resolution). This prevents escalation of issues to the senior level network engineers who can now be isolated from tickets so they can focus on strategic initiatives.
Natural Language Troubleshooting is built-in.
Your entire team can now operate at a higher level because they have access to the right information on your network and can easily interpret the results.
Ease of Use
Instead of taking weeks to months to deploy, our typical deployment and auto‐configuration is complete in 12 minutes.
Spend your time improving the network instead of endlessly configuring monitoring tools.
A single shared or virtual machine can monitor networks as large as 100,000 interfaces*. Any version of Windows (server OS or desktop OS), 4GB of RAM, and 20GB of storage space are all we need.
• We don’t need a webserver.
• We don’t need a separate database.
• We don’t need .NET.
• We don’t need Java.
Such a light footprint system takes less support and monitoring – it just works.
* Over 200,000 interfaces supported with a single physical server.
Highly Scalable Lightweight Footprint