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RS-232, RS 449/442, V35, T-1, FT-1, X-25, Frame Relay, ISDN, SMDS,
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RS-232, RS 449/442, V35, T-1, FT-1, X-25, Frame Relay, ISDN, SMDS, ATM ATM
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http://www adcominccom
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Network Probes
Probes are workhorses, diligently collecting data about the network and summarizing the results in tables This information is usually stored on the probe until a management station requests certain pieces of the data When the management station sends a request for information from the probe, it will only ask for specific responses from the probe In this way, the analysis does not consume a tremendous amount of network bandwidth Also, information gathered over a long period of time (days, months) can be retrieved and analyzed in a very directed and specific manner This is the probe's biggest advantage over other management methods The primary disadvantage of a probe is that it must be installed and operational on each network segment you want to monitor This can be quite expensive and very time consuming to set up and administer
Using Probes for Baselining
In addition to monitoring all sorts of statistics about your network, probes are useful for network baselining A baseline is a measurement of your overall traffic characteristics for instance, usage for a particular time of day With baseline statistics, you can gauge Network performance Network efficiency Network throughput Traffic flow patterns Traffic loads
Application response time This data can be quite important in understanding how your network works, and it's crucial that it is determined before major upgrades or redesigning of the network Any good network architect will need baseline statistics before creating any design Also, the numbers can be used to feed simulators, which attempt to predict the network's behavior when given a new condition Simulators are discussed later in the chapter
Placement of Probes
Larger networks often have many hundreds of network segments, and it will be impractical to place a probe on every segment Therefore, determining the best possible locations for probes is very important To maximize traffic capture and minimize probe count, probes should be placed on network segments that are either sources or sinks of information flow A sink of information is a segment with many servers on it A sink is a target for client connections, whereas a source is a client initiating the communication It's usually easier to target a LAN segment that's full of servers than it is a segment with all users, because users are scattered throughout an organization Although the probe market has been traditionally dominated by UNIX probes and UNIX management software, there are a large number of new offerings now ported to NT Table 10-2 lists probes that work with various Windows NT management applications, including HP's newly ported OpenView product called Network Node Manager Later in the chapter we'll show you how you can set up a Cisco switch to act as a probe a very cost-effective way to increase the number of available probes on your network Table 10-2: Network Probe Vendors and Products
Product
Vendor
Solution
Cost in US Dollars
Contact
NetClarity Remote LANQuest Analyzer Probe StackProbe Bay Networks Compuware
Software Software and hardware Software
$995 per probe $5,500 to $12,000 $3,000 to $12,000 per probe $4,995 for 250 nodes $1,495 for software; $2,995 to $14,995 for probe hardware
http://wwwlanquestcom http://wwwbaynetworkscom
EcoScope
http://wwwcompuwarecom
Network Node Manager for NT
Software Software and hardware
http://wwwhpcom/openview http://wwwnetscoutcom
NetScout Systems NetScout
TipOftentimes, vendors of network probes include additional capabilities in their products, over and above the standards-based capabilities These enhancements are generally proprietary, and real benefits may not be realized unless the RMON NMS (remote monitoring, Network Management System) software supports those proprietary extensions To get the most out of your monitoring system, be sure to evaluate the RMON NMS software in tandem with the hardware probes
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