Simplified Deployment Option

LiveNX 5.2 introduces a unified, or ‘All-in-one’ deployment option for the LiveUX Server and Platform as a single OVA. This is the 1st step in order to begin unifying a single easy way of installing LiveNX on the network to begin monitoring the internal infrastructure faster than ever. As of now the LiveNX OVA Platform serves as a complimentary installation to the LiveNX software install. As future releases come, we will be replacing the software install with the platform install.

LiveNX Web UI Dashboard Improvements

The LiveNX dashboard provides the user an overall sense of the health of the network being monitored by both LiveNX and LiveUX. The dashboard provides a visual status of sites and devices as well as top applications in and out of the WAN.

NX and UX environments

Limit Reports to the Time Frame that Matters to You

Beneath each report title is the option to set the time frame for the displayed report. The desired time frame can be set using the drop down menu.

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  • Last Hour: Last relative hour
  • 15 Min: Last relative 15 minutes
  • Day: Last relative day
  • Week: Last relative week
  • 30 days: Last Relative 30 days
  • Custom: Customized time frame
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Top WAN Applications [Inbound / Outbound]

The Web UI dashboard also includes a bar graph indicating the top WAN-facing applications traversing the network. Display of either inbound or outbound traffic is selectable using the IN/OUT toggle switch in the upper right of the graph.

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LiveNX Server Reports Now Available in LiveNX Web UI

With the 5.2 release, reports found in the LiveNX Server/Client interface are now available via the Web UI. Click Reports in the navigation bar to synchronize and import reports from the LiveNX server. Below is an example of a report that has been pulled from a LiveNX server after the query has been executed.

Similar to the LiveNX Server/Client interface, reports can be filtered to focus on the data you are most interested in.

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Set Time Zones and Business Hours

The LiveNX Web UI now allows an administrator to define each site location’s time zone and business hours. LiveNX utilizes these settings to focus on flows, and depict problems, happening during relevant hours of operation for each site. Additionally, the LiveNX Web UI allows administrators to define the geographic location of each site.

The graph is created based on the report output. The information in the graph is separated based on the tabular data below. The compilation creates both a visual and calculated view for ease of consumption. This graph is presented in an accumulative view of flows.

Device Status Displays

The Device Status Table is a quick table view of all your devices individually. It allows to tabularize their searches and review device health in another view.

The Device Status Table

Geographical Site Map

The Geographical Site Map is a new feature in LiveNX where administrators have the ability to see all of their sites in a geographical manor. This allows users to visually review at once all their sites. The Geographical Map also allows for users to drill down into each location In order to review their sites in a seamless manor. The following shows an example of what would be expected when reviewing the Geographical Site Map

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Site Topology Map

The LiveNX 5.2 release contains an early release of the Site Topology Map that users of the LiveNX Client/Server are familiar with. As an early release overlays of flow data are not yet available and should still be viewed in the LiveNX Client/Server interface.

The LiveNX Web UI allows for quick mouse-over views of devices within the topology which indicate the device name, serial number, IP address, and alert status. Filters found the left panel of the Web UI allows users to filter the view by Alert State..

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