We have officially reached Release Candidate (RC) status for NTA 3.9. RC is the last step before general availability and is a chance for existing customers to get the newest functionality for network bandwidth monitoring before it is available to everyone else.
NTA netflow anlayzer 3.9 includes some long standing customer requests as well as several bug fixes. Here is a list of the features included in 3.9.
Top 100 CBQoS Drops for the last 24 hours
Top 100 CBQoS Drops for the last update
Top 100 CBQoS Post-Policy Traffic for the last 24 hours
Top 100 CBQoS Post-Policy Traffic for the last update
Top 100 CBQoS Pre-Policy Traffic for the last 24 hours
Top 100 CBQoS Pre-Policy Traffic for the last update
Top 100 CBQoS Statistics for the last 24 hours
CBQoS Post-Policy Traffic
CBQoS Pre-Policy Traffic
CBQoS resources can now be added to NPM Interface detail pages
You can now specify the default flow direction for details pages on the NTA website
Updated applications table
Updated BGP Autonomous System (AS) table
Matching of flows to different IP Addresses than the one being managed by NPM
RC builds are made available to existing customers prior to the formal release. These are used to get customer feedback in production environments and are fully supported. If you are interested in participating and you have active maintenance, simply fill out this survey:
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