SolarWinds NetFlow Traffic Analyzer

SolarWinds NetFlow Traffic Analyzer


NetFlow analyzer and bandwidth monitoring software

NTA on Laptop

Get a Complete Picture of Network Traffic & Bandwidth Utilisation

SolarWinds NetFlow Traffic Analyzer (NTA) enables you to capture data from continuous streams of network traffic and convert those raw numbers into easy-to-interpret charts and tables that quantify exactly how the corporate network is being used, by whom and for what purpose. And with CBQoS monitoring, you can be sure that the policies you’ve set give your mission-critical traffic the highest level of priority. NTA makes it easy to get a comprehensive view of your network traffic, find the bottlenecks, and shut down the bandwidth hogs.


Bandwidth monitoring

Monitor bandwidth use by application, protocol, and IP address group.

Monitoring of Cisco NetFlow, Juniper J-Flow, sFlow, Huawei NetStream, and IPFIX flow data identifies which applications and protocols are consuming the most bandwidth.

NTA Top 10 Applications

Application traffic alerting

Get alerted if application traffic suddenly increases, decreases, or disappears completely.

Be able to quickly act if there’s an unusual change in application traffic. You can also set alerts to be notified if a device stops sending flow data, so you can efficiently remediate the problem.

NTA Create Flow Alert

Network traffic analysis

Analyze network traffic patterns over months, days, or minutes by drilling down into any network element.

NetFlow Traffic Analyzer collects traffic data, correlates it into a useable format, and presents it to the user in a web-based interface for monitoring network traffic.

NTA Dashboard Summary

Performance Analysis Dashboard

PerfStack™ cross-stack network data correlation.

Accelerate identification of root cause by dragging-and-dropping network performance metrics on a common timeline for immediate visual correlation across all your network data and NetFlow analytics.

CBQoS policy optimization

Measure the effectiveness of pre- and post-policy traffic levels per class map to determine if QoS policies are working as planned.

If your business relies on VoIP, e-commerce, or other cloud-based applications, the NetFlow analyzer software will help confirm that prioritized traffic passes smoothly through the network.

NTA CBQoS Policy Optimization

Malicious or malformed traffic flow identification

Increase security with visibility into malicious or malformed traffic with port 0 monitoring.

TCP/UDP monitoring of port 0 traffic highlights any flows directed to port 0 so you can quickly identify intrusive traffic.

NTA Port 0 Traffic Monitoring

Customizable network traffic reports

Create, schedule, and deliver in-depth network traffic analysis and bandwidth reports with just a few clicks.

Don’t spend money on additional bandwidth if it’s not needed. NetFlow software can help you review historical data to identify peak bandwidth usage and adjust policies for better management.

NTA Network Traffic Forensics

NBAR2 advanced application recognition

Identify which applications and categories consume the most bandwidth for better network traffic visibility with NBAR2 support.

Cisco NBAR2 support gives you visibility into HTTP (port 80) and HTTPS (port 443) traffic without the need for additional probes, spanning ports, etc.

NTA Top 10 Applications NBAR2 Line

WLC traffic monitoring

Monitor Wireless LAN Controller traffic to keep tabs on applications and clients utilizing bandwidth on your wireless network.

In today’s mobile world, it’s important to keep your wireless network running smoothly. With WLC network traffic analysis, you can easily see what’s using your wireless bandwidth.

NTA WLC Applications

Integration with SolarWinds User Device Tracker

User Device Tracker (UDT) allows you to identify bandwidth hogs slowing down the network when integrated with NTA.

UDT provides user contact info and switch port location – allowing you to tell the user to reduce their bandwidth usage or to remove them from the network.

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