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Get Started with the NNM iSPI Performance for Traffic
Monitoring with the NNM iSPI Performance for Traffic
The Network Node Manager iSPI Performance for Traffic Software tracks and reports all network traffic in an enterprise that is collected via the industry-standard NetFlow, JFlow, SFlow, and IPFIX traffic data capture methodologies. The Network Node Manager iSPI Performance for Traffic Software provides aggregated and detailed reports on the volume of traffic flowing between host servers, which can be scoped by individual router interfaces. The Network Node Manager iSPI Performance for Traffic Software can characterize all applications in the system by means of powerful configurable rules and presents an integrated view of packet flow in the network.
Traffic Analysis Workspace
NNMi provides the Traffic Analysis workspace that lists all the nodes and interfaces reporting traffic data. For more information about NNM iSPI Performance for Traffic views, see View Traffic-Reporting Nodes or View Traffic-Reporting Interfaces
The Analysis Pane of an inventory view helps you perform a detailed analysis of an interface or node with rich pie charts and graphs created with the data collected by the NNM iSPI Performance for Traffic.
Open a dashboard from the Traffic Analysis inventory views to identify top contributors to network traffic. For more information about NNM iSPI Performance for Traffic dashboards, see or
Open a report from the Traffic Analysis inventory views to analyze fine-grained data. On these reports, you can filter data by topology attributes like node group, interface group, flow version, and many more. For more information about NNM iSPI Performance for Traffic reports, see Launching Node Reports and .
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