Real Security analyses and manages overall network traffic and performance through full packet capture.
Once a packet is captured, it is stored temporarily so that it can be analyzed. The packet is inspected to help diagnose and solve network problems and determine whether network security policies are being followed.
To examine and capture real-time running packets over a network, different packet capturing techniques are used. One type of packet capturing is filtering, in which filters are applied over network nodes or devices where data is captured. Conditional statements determine which data is captured.