Gain insight on real-time traffic load on any device on any remote network.
Multiple instances of Bandwidth Gauges can be run in parallel to assess load distribution.
Select any interface or sub-interface of a frame relay to monitor.
Automatically publish Bandwidth Gauges to the web in the form of an HTML page.
To start collecting real-time traffic load of an interface, enter the device name or IP address and its credentials to create your own bandwidth gauge and start collecting statistics of sent and received data. With these bandwidth meters, you can:
You can create multiple gauges and save their configuration as a file that can be loaded at any time. As long as you have enabled SNMP communication on your devices and they support MIB-II, you can monitor their bandwidth usage with the Engineer’s Toolset’s bandwidth meter tool. You can monitor multiple interfaces by running several bandwidth gauges at the same time.
The Bandwidth Gauges application is great for monitoring a range of interfaces to assess load distribution. With Bandwidth Gauges, you can select and associate different styles of gauges with different devices. Routers can appear as one type of gauge and servers can be defined to appear as a different gauge. You can even save your layouts to quickly load a list of monitored interfaces/ports. You can also run Bandwidth Gauges as integrated gadgets in the Engineer's Toolset ETS Workspace Studio®, enabling you to monitor a few interfaces and analyze their historical graphs.
Automatically discover network devices as well as map network topology.
Track device availability, memory utilization, CPU load, interface statistics, and performance & latency of network paths.
Quickly troubleshoot your network with enhanced ping capabilities and packet route tracing.