NetVu automatically generates an accurate network topology of public and/or
private network routes, identifies critical points of failure caused
when multiple routes share common routing devices, identifies traffic
balancing devices, and shows all logical and physical paths to traced
By seeing multiple networks in a single diagram, NetVu helps you to consistently monitor network routes and locate single points of failure. The diagram updates whenever a new trace is performed, when used with the continuous trace option you can easily check the health of your network by viewing changes in the routing diagram.
A mouse-over any node circle will provide performance detail for that hop, including average response time in milliseconds, the minimum and maximum response time in milliseconds and the packet loss percentage. A click on one of the nodes will highlight in blue every current route that passes through that node, as shown above. The flame symbol in the image above indicates that a firewall could be blocking VisualRoute's ICMP/UDP packets.
See the OmniPath information for additional reporting of multiple IP paths and connection performance.