QueueVision raises the bar on network performance management solutions by being the first solution to track queue usage on Cisco router interfaces where Modular QoS Cli (MQC) is configured. For each router, QueueVision automatically identifies and detects:
QueueVision also tracks the same information on call paths to monitor VoIP traffic patterns. With QueueVision, monitoring and managing high priority queues is easy, ensuring optimal network performance on your routers or your service provider’s on-premise MPLS routers.
Intermittent network problems are often the bane of network and telecom teams as they are so difficult to pinpoint. You can now identify and analyze those intermittent events and issues that occur relative to different time periods with TotalView’s Correlation Engine and Gremlins Report. Simply enter the time period—for example, what happened 15 minutes ago on the network—and the report will list all the events and issues that occurred at that time. No third-party integration or database wrangling required—and it’s fully integrated with TotalView, giving you greater granularity and the ability to correlate events to problems easily and accurately.
Switch ports that are trunks play a significant role in a network’s infrastructure. With the Trunk Port Report, you can now view the health and performance of all trunk ports in your network and easily track and manage critical infrastructure links. The report also identifies users that have installed mini-hubs, an often unknown component that can lead to performance problems.
TotalView’s Call Simulator provides more granular call quality information to make root-cause troubleshooting even faster:
One-direction reporting: Track packet loss and out-of order conditions for outbound and inbound, indicating which direction caused the loss.
DSCP loss testing: Identify where DSCP tags are lost along a path, a common occurrence in many networks.
TotalView’s Issues tab delivers more insight into potential device and router issues by identifying:
TotalView’s Networks report identifies all the networks currently used to ensure that de-commissioned networks are truly de-commissioned.
TotalView also provides additional VLAN identification: When looking at what is connected to a switch port, the VLAN number will also display the VLAN name, if configured, in the switch. That way you can quickly determine the VLAN’s purpose.
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