The newest version of IntellaView introduces three compelling new licensable features for the Intellaview HyperEngine packet processor, including Layer 7 filtering and traffic shaping.
Dedup with egress filtering
Shared source ports on service engines
CRC error handling
With IntellaView’s HyperEngine packet processor, users can identify and filter network traffic for Layer 7 applications and protocols. Any of its six service engines can leverage advanced DPI (deep packet inspection) and heuristics to identify over 1,600 applications and more than 400 protocols in real time — with a high degree of accuracy and virtually no false positives, even when data is encrypted.
Traffic shaping (also known as "packet shaping" or "rate limiting") allows you to limit the bandwidth that gets sent to certain applications in order to ensure consistent high performance for all of your monitoring tools. Using the traffic shaping feature of the IntellaView HyperEngine, traffic can be limited to a user-specified average rate by buffering packets that exceed that rate.
Using our deep packet inspection technology, the contents of packets can be matched against patterns of known traffic to identify content, including attack-carrying packets, that can then be forwarded accordingly. APCON’s pattern matching uses regular expressions (regexs) to match and filter packet contents in near real time.
Match packet contents and filter traffic. You can search on individual packets or sessions.
Classify and filter layer 7 traffic based on protocol or application in real time with a high degree of accuracy and virtually no false positives.
The HyperEngine’s Deep Packet Inspection feature enables data privacy and compliance for regulations such as HIPAA and PCI by identifying and masking sensitive data.
The HyperEngine monitors network traffic and is an ideal source for generating NetFlow records. It can off-load processing from routers and other production equipment to maximize accuracy, increase efficiency, and save costs.
The HyperEngine enables duplicate matching across layers 2, 3, and 4 headers in addition to the payload, and supports a large, configurable window size of up to 500ms.
Limit traffic to a user-specified average rate by buffering packets that exceed that rate.