Understand your network's performance and infrastructure past your firewall, from source to destination and everything in between.
At its most fundamental level, networking is about delivering services to users consistently and reliably. Whether your applications are hosted internally or in the cloud, understanding the critical network paths that deliver these services is paramount to ensuring your users will have the services they need. The NetPath™ feature uses advanced probing to detect the network path from a source server to a destination service, even when traceroute can’t. This provides the deep visibility into critical network paths regardless of location: on- or off- premises, or in a hybrid IT environment. With NetPath, you can quickly troubleshoot hot spots across the entire delivery chain.
- 24/7 Monitoring and History: Track every hop and view latency historically or in real-time. NetPath can be set up with 10-minute intervals for monitoring, plus it saves all historical data on path performance—saving you time troubleshooting by having an incremental timeline of path history for the last 30 days.
- Performance and QoS Monitoring: Know about outages before your users. The NetPath feature collects performance metrics and details of the network connectivity between the source and destination nodes; thus, enabling you to see into the end-to-end performance that a user is experiencing and be notified once thresholds are crossed for packet loss and latency.
- Network Visibility: Understand your provider’s network better than they do with visibility into the entire network path. NetPath delivers information on the one or multiple paths a network packet may take to reach its destination, enabling an MSP to look into the cloud and identify a problem quickly, even if it’s outside your own network.
- Node/Hop Information: Identify a problem and the organization to contact to solve it. NetPath collects information, including company and contact information of external nodes in a network path, enabling a support person to quickly identify where, when, and why a node may be impacted.