TITLE

Network Associates adds to Netasyst line

AUTHOR(S)
Musich, Paula
PUB. DATE
April 2004
SOURCE
eWeek;4/19/2004, Vol. 21 Issue 16, p34
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Network Associates Inc. is expanding its Netasyst line of network management tools for SMB with a pair of new distributed network analyzers. The Netasyst D and Netasyst DX tools obviate the need for portable protocol analyzers. Both provide remote troubleshooting of 10/100Mbps Ethernet LAN segments from a central location and let operators see what kind of protocol traffic is traversing WAN links from remote LAN locations. The Netasyst DX option adds expert protocol analysis and diagnostics to the base Netasyst D. Both run on Microsoft Corp.'s Windows XP. "The system takes knowledge accumulated over 17 years, looks at network traffic and picks out problems. It runs off rules that cover the data to the applications layer," said Steve Finegan, product launch manager at Network Associates, in Santa Clara, California. Netasyst DX can decode applications such as Microsoft's Exchange and SQL Server. The network analyzers can be used to identify over-used or underused links, spot poor server response due to a lack of central processing unit or memory resources, spot non-business-related traffic as well as inefficient and chatty applications, see server backups occurring during peak usage times and find unauthorized protocols traversing the network.
ACCESSION #
12950959

 

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