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The new Noction Flow Analyzer v 21.09 is now generally available, offering users a variety of new features and capabilities.
Here are some more details about this month’s release:
New MPLS and pseudowire filtering and grouping options
Support for the following elements have been added:
- 46 (NFv9 – MPLS_TOP_LABEL_TYPE; IPFIX – mplsTopLabelType)
- 47 (NFv9 – MPLS_TOP_LABEL_IP_ADDR; IPFIX – mplsTopLabelIPv4Address)
- 90 (NFv9 – MPLS PAL RD; IPFIX – mplsVpnRouteDistinguisher)
- 91 (NFv9 – MPLS PREFIX LEN; IPFIX – mplsTopLabelPrefixLength)
- 140 (IPFIX – mplsTopLabelIPv6Address)
- 200 (IPFIX – mplsTopLabelTTL)
- 201 (IPFIX – mplsLabelStackLength)
- 202 (IPFIX – mplsLabelStackDepth)
- 203 (IPFIX – mplsTopLabelExp)
- 237 (IPFIX – postMplsTopLabelExp)
- 249 (IPFIX – pseudoWireId)
- 250 (IPFIX – pseudoWireType)
- 251 (IPFIX – pseudoWireControlWord)
To get more information about each field, check out the IANA information element assignment for IPFIX and the NetFlow Version 9 Flow-Record Format documents.
BGP Community filtering/grouping in Data Explorer and the BGP reports
No matter if you are a service provider, a hosting company, an enterprise, etc., BGP visibility is important. We hope that adding a BGP community filtering and grouping option in this release will help our users gain more visibility into how traffic moves through their internal BGP network, their next-hop ASNs, detect peering infrastructure outages, and more.
Other new features and capabilities include the improved dashboard creating and editing dialog, a grouping by prefix option when setting up alerts, the improved user password length, and complexity constraint, and more.
The detailed changelog is available upon request.
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