Networking / January 19, 2016

4 Essential How-To Articles from the Gigamon Knowledge Base

The Gigamon Knowledge Base is chock-full of essential best practices and extensive how-to’s on top Gigamon solutions and IT trends. (Access these articles from the Gigamon Customer Portal today.)

Recently, we put together some of the most popular Knowledge Base articles for your reading convenience:

Read on for a quick look at the above Knowledge Base articles, or click the links to access the full articles today.

How to Change Wireshark Settings to Display Sliced Packets Without CRC Errors

This step-by-step guide can help you configure the Wireshark network protocol analyzer to properly display network packets that have been sliced by GigaSMART®. Usually, such packets will appear as errors in your analyzer tool. Follow along to get rid of those pesky CRC (cyclic redundancy check) errors caused by sliced packets once and for all.

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How to Configure In-Band Clustering

This how-to article guides you through the set-up and validation processes for commonly used configurations for in-band clustering.

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How to Properly Configure NetFlow v9 for Flow Records

This article describes how to configure NetFlow (via GigaSMART) on GigaVUE-H Series products with the v9 option to correctly display NetFlow traffic on your collector. Note: Some NetFlow v9 collectors require certain data fields to be collected in order to display flows. See the full article for an example of a NetFlow v9 configuration.

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How to Set Up Inline Bypass Step-by-Step Guide

This step-by-step guide outlines best practices for setting up the inline bypass feature on the GigaVUE-HC2 device. Additionally, it will help you select the option best suited to your needs.

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