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NetFlow Analyzer

NetFlow Analyzer is a bandwidth monitoring and reporting software.


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  • Last Updated: Jul 16, 2009
  • License: Shareware N/A
  • OS: Windows Vista/2003/XP/2000/Linux
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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NetFlow Analyzer is a Security software developed by ZOHO Corp.. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for NetFlow Analyzer:

Edit by Brothersoft: NetFlow Analyzer is a bandwidth monitoring and reporting software.

* Support for NetFlow®, sFlow®, cflowd®, J-Flow®, IPFIX®, NetStream®, NBAR® and CBQoS® technologies
* Professional Edition and Enterprise Edition | Comparison
NetFlow Analyzer is a bandwidth monitoring, network forensics and traffic Analysis tool that has been optimizing thousands of networks across varied industries for Peak Performance and helping them to put their bandwidth for a better use. By providing an in-depth visibility into network traffic and its patterns, NetFlow Analyzer gives business knowledge of real-time network behavior and how traffic impacts the network's overall health.
Network Bandwidth Monitoring Features:

NetFlow Analyzer comes with a rich feature set that makes bandwidth analysis a lot less complicated.

No hardware probes
Just direct NetFlow exports from your NetFlow-enabled devices to NetFlow Analyzer to get the most detailed view of bandwidth usage across your network. What is NetFlow?

Simplified Bandwidth Analysis
View bandwidth usage patterns and generate reports across LAN and WAN links without having to deploy expensive hardware probes.
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