Packets don’t lie. If you’re a network engineer, you’ve probably heard it more times than you can count, and maybe even said it yourself. There are times when we need to know exactly what happened on the network, and the packets are the only record of exactly what happened. Packets represent the exact transmission of data, including encoding to make sure the data haven’t been altered. If you have the packets, you know exactly what happened. But packets are fleeting – they travel from a source to a destination and are lost forever – unless you record the packet data.
In this 20-minute session, a LiveAction expert will discuss when, how, and why you want to record network packets, providing concrete examples of what is possible and the secrets that can be revealed.
Join us to learn how you can:
• Capture network packets at line rate
• Optimize your capture points for maximum effectiveness
• Leverage packets for network monitoring, troubleshooting, and security investigations
• Gain insights that can only be revealed from having the packets themselves