Scrutinizer 4.0.1 Released

Scrutinizer is an enterprise/business class NetFlow and sFlow analysis tool. Scrutinizer provides historical trends of the company's critical network interfaces as well as the details on:

Who: The end system causing the traffic
What: The application/protocol that is being used
When: The time frame it has been occurring for
Where: The network connection that is affected

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Scrutinizer 4.0.1 Released

Post by mbilodea » Thu Nov 16, 2006 3:16 pm

Hello everyone.

I just wanted to let you all know that Scrutinizer 4.0.1 has been released. This maintenance revisions is intended to fix software issues and update documentation. You can either download the update manually with the URL below, or click on the update icon in Scrutinizer the next time you log in. ... nglish.exe

Change log:

Version 4.0.1 - 11/15/2006

- fixed issue with some NetFlow v9 configurations with multiple templates
- fixed issue with resolving source and destination addr in conv tab
- changed labeling in CSV file to reflect SRC and DST instead of Rx and Tx
- individual interface rrd files now extend beyond 100% for consistency
- defining an individual protocol is now checked like defining ranges of protocols
- fixed issue with firefox rendering a blank button in manage netflows
- fixed issue where the main screen with tabs would sometime load within itself
- fixed issue with missing labels in CSV files
- fixed position of logos in tree menu and login form with firefox browsers
- added decimal places to the status page for more accurate representation
- fixed issue with GRE traffic reporting in Scrutinizer
- fixed a license issue when reverting to free mode from enterprise mode
- fixed issue that the collector's output was showing a blank IPFIX conversation

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us directly.

Marc Bilodeau
Plixer International, Inc.

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