Release Notes for NetFlow Monitor for WhatsUp Gold v12.3

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WUG12.3.1 Release Notes for NetFlow Monitor

Release information

Product name

WhatsUp Gold NetFlow Monitor


For WhatsUp Gold v12.3

Release date

October 2008

Introducing WhatsUp Gold NetFlow Monitor plug-in

WhatsUp Gold NetFlow Monitor is an optional plug-in that collects, analyzes, and reports on NetFlow data from routers, switches, and other network devices, making visible trends and patterns in network bandwidth utilization. WhatsUp NetFlow Monitor offers versatile reporting to easily identify bandwidth hogs, rogue applications, port scanning, and other network issues--all from within the familiar WhatsUp Gold interface.

To access WhatsUp Gold NetFlow Monitor, select NetFlow Home as the Start Page when you log in to WhatsUp Gold.

System requirements

WhatsUp Gold NetFlow Monitor has the same base system requirements as WhatsUp Gold v12.3. In addition, WhatsUp Gold NetFlow Monitor requires:

Installing and Licensing

The files for WhatsUp Gold NetFlow Monitor are installed automatically with WhatsUp Gold v12.3. Your license file determines whether or not you can access WhatsUp Gold NetFlow Monitor.

To update your license to purchase WhatsUp Gold NetFlow Monitor, visit the MyIpswitch portal.

NetFlow Collector Service port number

The default port assigned to the NetFlow Collector Service is 9999. During installation, NetFlow Monitor creates an exception for this port on the Windows Firewall. If you change the port from the default number, you need to create an exception on the Windows firewall.

Known Issues



For More Information

For more information, see the WhatsUp Gold NetFlow Monitor User Guide.

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