APPLICATIONS & PROTOCOLS
Identify which applications are being used and if they’re business-critical
Auvik TrafficInsights™ leverages machine learning and traffic classification to show you which applications—like Dropbox, Netflix, or Slack—or protocols are using up the bulk of the network’s bandwidth so you can confidently make the case for a network upgrade or expansion.
Easily see which devices are hogging all the bandwidth
When investigating a network traffic spike retroactively or in real-time, you can immediately identify who’s behind the bandwidth hogging using easy-to-read charts showing top source addresses, destination addresses, conversations, and ports.
See exactly where traffic is going when it leaves the network
Auvik TrafficInsights™ displays real-time traffic source and destination data in a simple world map. If you identify traffic that is being received from, or delivered to, an unauthorized or unexpected country, you can dig deeper to verify if the traffic is legitimate or malicious, and take necessary steps to protect the network.
Dig into device flow data for more insights
If the analyzed data in the applications and protocols, top talkers, and geolocation views isn’t quite enough to solve your issue and you need to dig deeper, you can dive into sampled flow records for all the information you need.
“The TrafficInsights feature has helped show us where our system is experiencing performance issues… We had some high firewall usage issues. We were able to take it down to a single device that was copying files that it shouldn’t have been at the time. We were able to find that using the TrafficInsight dashboard.”
“I have 11 sites, overall, and after analysis based on Auvik, I increased the bandwidth for connectivity to the outside world for two of our sites because they were using more traffic than we were able to put through.”
“With the TrafficInsights option, I have information and statistics regarding our traffic and what is currently being utilized in terms of bandwidth. I use it quite often to establish if our bandwidth is fully utilized or not and whether there is any slowness on the network.”