Do you have trouble viewing, controlling, and troubleshooting the causes of poor end-user application experience?
You may be suffering from low application visibility in your network, a side-effect of the flood of devices pouring into your workplace, the phenomenon commonly known as BYOD.
Symptoms include: difficulty prioritizing mission-critical applications and subflows, incorrect network capacity planning, overloaded bandwidth, network downtime, poor quality of experience for users, and major headache for IT.
Cisco AVC solves all the problems of low application visibility and more with its integrated suite of Cisco technologies, including Network-Based Application Recognition 2 (NBAR2) and NetFlow version 9. NBAR2 can identify more than 1000 applications and support application categorization, with the ability to update the protocol definition; while NetFlow version 9 selects and exports data of interest, allowing for easy consumption of application performance statistics by Cisco and third-party management tools.
Check out this short 2 minute video on the basics of AVC:
For more information, check out Cisco AVC for Wireless