Capsa is a portable network analyzer application for both LANs and WLANs which performs real-time packet capturing capability, 24x7 network monitoring, advanced protocol analysis, in-depth packet decoding, and automatic expert diagnosis. Capsa's comprehensive high-level window view of entire network, gives quick insight to network administrators or network engineers allowing them to rapidly pinpoint and resolve application problems. With the most user-friendly interface and the most powerful data packet capture and analysis engine in the industry, Capsa is a necessary tool for network monitoring.
Capsa Enterprise is designed for small business as well as enterprise users and performs network monitoring, troubleshooting and analysis for both wired & wireless networks including 802.11a/b/g/n. Whether you're a veteran with years of experience or new to network monitoring, if your requirements are to identify, diagnose, and solve network problems quickly, or monitor user activity on your network, or you just need to ensure that the corporation's communications assets are safe, Capsa Enterprise is a must have network management tool.
Key Features of Capsa Enterprise
Real-time Packet Capture
Real-time packet capture as well as the ability to save data transmitted over local networks, including wired network and wireless network like 802.11a/b/g/n.
Advanced Protocol Analysis
Support 1800+ protocols and sub-protocols, including VoIP, as well as network applications which are based on the protocol analysis.
Easy to use Overview Dashboard allows you to view network statistics at a single glance, allowing for quick interpretation of network utilization data.
Multiple Network Behavior Monitoring
E-mail and instant messaging traffic can be monitored and stored, helping identify security and data handling violations.
Quickly Pinpointing Network Problems
Suspicious hosts can be detected and diagnosed enabling you to pinpoint network problems in seconds.
Extensive Statistics of Each Host
Map the traffic, IP address, and MAC of each host on the network, allowing for easy identification of each host and the traffic that passes through each.