Data Collection and Statistics Analysis
zollo at central.rutgers.edu
Thu Feb 4 22:59:08 UTC 1999
Thanks for your feedback! The only problem is Concord is pretty
expensive -- something like $100K I think. I should've specified that in
my original post, along with the fact that the reason I need the
percentile data is to be able to compute fees for bursts above a baseline
amount of traffic. I'm not /that/ familiar with concord, but I don't
think there's an easy way to integrate it with a billing system of some
Is there anything else you can think of?
On Thu, 4 Feb 1999, James Regovich wrote:
> Concord Communications has Network Health that provides very comprehensive
> analysis of networks, including frame and ATM. It's a pricey package, but
> well worth it.
> You can get a sample analysis of your network at
> http://www.concord.com/checkup.htm and a demo of the reports at
> This is the most detailed and comprehensive package I have seen.
> Jim Regovich
> Sprint Internet Service Center
> (703) 689-7049
> jamesr at sprint.net
> <For security, this message encoded using double-rot13>
> On Thu, 4 Feb 1999, John Zollo wrote:
> > I'm trying to find an application that will SNMP poll my routers
> > and calculate statistics a little more complicated than the simple
> > average in MRTG. For instance, other than a mean average, I'd like to
> > see a break-up in percentiles -- especially the top percentiles. Does
> > anyone have any suggestions of a program that will do this? By the way,
> > I'd like to stick to UNIX for the polling and analysis platform.
> > Thanks in advance for any help!!!
> > John Zollo
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