Network Geolocation Shows you Where your Network Traffic Flows Go
Making international connections isn't always a good thing – especially when it comes to your web traffic. Netify's network geolocation app tracks down where on the planet your network traffic flows are going.
Geolocation is an extremely effective method of detecting - through human or machine learning - network traffic that falls outside typical usage patterns worth investigating.
Netify presents this information as a heat map that shows top countries by the number of connections made. The heat map provides an entry point to quickly drill down and gather specific information on a traffic flow by city, region and country.
In addition to helping find suspicious traffic patterns, Netify’s geolocation tool provides statistical analysis of your overall aggregate data usage. This can be especially helpful to users in countries that apply tolls on traffic outside their borders.
Visualize Data Flows in Map View
Prefer visuals to statistical data? Netify’s map view represents data flows as flight trackers - markers that represent the traffic origin and destination.
Clicking on a marker displays details on traffic flows displays details, including:
- Country of origin and destination
- The Internet-connected device within your network making the connection
- Total size of the data exchanged
- Time of day and duration
- Protocol and application detected by Netify’s Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) engine