FirePlotter is a real-time session monitor for your firewall. FirePlotter, simply shows you the traffic that is flowing through your internet connection moment to moment - in real-time. FirePlotter can ...
FirePlotter 2.24b180912A realtime firewall session bandwidth monitor
FirePlotter is a real-time firewall connection or session table monitor. It provides the ability to track usage of bandwidth and traffic for Cisco PIX ASA and FortiNet FortiGate firewalls. Installed and operational in less than a minute. FirePlotter provides tabular listings and summary of sessions by Service (HTTP, FTP etc), Destination IP, Source IP and more along with graphical bandwidth usage.
FirePlotter 2.24b180912 details
|Author:||GISS (UK) Ltd|
|Released:||Sep 12, 2018|
|File size:||2.57 MB|
|Keywords:||FirePlotter, Fire Plotter, real-time, real time, firewall, sessions, connection, analyser, analyzer, monitor, connections, monitoring, bandwidth, usage, cisco, pix, asa, fortinet, fortigate, telnet, show conn, session list, table, traffic|
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FirePlotter for Windows 10 - Full description
FirePlotter is a real-time session monitor for your firewall. FirePlotter, simply shows you the traffic that is flowing through your internet connection moment to moment - in real-time. FirePlotter can also be described as a firewall traffic vizualizer, bandwidth analyzer, qos utility or connection monitor for your Cisco ASA/PIX firewall or FortiNet FortiGate firewall. FirePlotter can replay all the session data it collects for further detailed analysis. FirePlotter benefits include: # Installed & running in less than a minute. # Using bandwidth more efficiently cuts costs. # Increasing productivity, reducing liability. # Delivering critical insight into firewall activity. You can download 14 Day full evaluation of FirePlotter FirePlotter helps IT Managers to discover: # Hacker attacks, virus attacks and security breaches. # Inappropriate internet usage by employees. # Bandwidth utilization, protocol usage and web usage. # FirePlotter answers questions like 'What tool can I use to find out who or what is using my bandwidth?'.