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What's new in Omnipliance 10.1?

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What's new in Omnipliance 10.1?

  • Simple UI for reassigning protocol analysis on non-standard ports
  • New Compass vIews for country statistics and node grouping
  • New Productivity and Risk rankings in application analysis
  • Improved forensic search performance using file indexing

What is new in Omnipliance WiFi 10?

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What is new in Omnipliance WiFi 10?

  • Savvius Omnipliance status notifications
  • Customize packet decode views
  • Faster forensic searches
  • Filter by country

What is the new Port Translation for ProtoSpecs?

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What is the new Port Translation for ProtoSpecs?

This option makes it easy for you to configure analysis of protocols on non-standard ports.

What are a couple of the new Compass Enhancements?

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What are a couple of the new Compass Enhancements?

  • Added new “Countries” statistics chart window for grouping statistics by countries
  • Added new Compass Option for grouping Nodes by Node & MAC, Node or MAC

What are the new Application Dashboards and Statistics views?

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What are the new Application Dashboards and Statistics views?

The Applications Dashboard view now includes a Category view. Also, the Application Statistics now include the columns Category, Productivity and Risk.

What is the new Packet File Indexing feature in the Capture Options?

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What is the new Packet File Indexing feature in the Capture Options?

The Monit open-source utility for Linux is included with Omnipliance. The utility monitors various Capture Engine processes, disk health, capture status, adapter card status, and more. It will send pre-defined alerts to syslog when problem conditions are detected.

What is the Monit feature in Omnipliance Linux?

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What is the Monit feature in Omnipliance Linux?

The Monit open-source utility for Linux is included with Omnipliance. The utility monitors various Capture Engine processes, disk health, capture status, adapter card status, and more. It will send pre-defined alerts to syslog when problem conditions are detected.

Has Savvius added the ability to have multiple decode columns in the Packets view?

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Has Savvius added the ability to have multiple decode columns in the Packets view?

Yes. By right-clicking on a field within the Decode View, you can add as many decode columns as you like and arrange them in any order.

What is the Country Filter dialog menu and where can I find it?

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What is the Country Filter dialog menu and where can I find it?

The Country Filter dialog allows you to specify one or two countries, and a direction (like the address and port filter dialogs). It is in the Advanced filter under the Logical “And”, “Or” and “Not” options.

What is the Remote Compass feature?

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What is the Remote Compass feature?

The New Remote Compass is the same interactive network forensics dashboard application that is now available on the Capture Engine for Omnipeek.

What is the Connected Users tab?

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What is the Connected Users tab?

The new view added to the “Admin” engine tabs in Omnipeek called “Connected Users” shows all users currently connected to the engine.

I see there is no LCD panel on the Omnipliances, how is it configured?

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I see there is no LCD panel on the Omnipliances, how is it configured?

On the Omnipliance WiFi, there are 3 ways to configure the interfaces on an Omnipliance.

  • USB flash drive
  • VT-100 Terminal
  • Default static IP address

What is the Top Applications graph on the Forensics tab?

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What is the Top Applications graph on the Forensics tab?

The Top Applications Distribution graph is collected when “Top Stats” is enabled in the Capture Options. Data for Top Applications Utilization is collected when “Timeline Stats” is enabled in the Capture Options.

What is the Sparklines graph in the in the Details subtab of the Forensics tab?

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What is the Sparklines graph in the in the Details subtab of the Forensics tab?

The Sparkline are the Network Utilization (Mbits/s) graphs, just shrunken. The data for the Sparkline is only requested when the item becomes visible. Sparklines are updated for active captures.

Can I configure a static IP Address for each port?

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Can I configure a static IP Address for each port?

Yes. Each port’s IP address can be configured through the configuration utility or by using the Linux command line interface.

How do I get the wireless packets into the Omnipliance WiFi?

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How do I get the wireless packets into the Omnipliance WiFi?

This will be accomplished by Capturing data from Cisco and Aruba WLAN networks. The Cisco solution uses the 3700 series AP along with a 2500 series WLAN controller. The Aruba solution can use the AP-225 and the 7210 WLAN controller or the IAP 225 by itself

Can I use the Omnipliance WiFi to capture wired traffic?

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Can I use the Omnipliance WiFi to capture wired traffic?

No. You will only be able to capture wireless traffic on the 4 available NIC ports. The eth0 and eth1 will only be available for managing the network.

Can I use an external USB wireless adapter on the Omnipliance WiFi?

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Can I use an external USB wireless adapter on the Omnipliance WiFi?

No. Wireless capture is performed by the Access Point Capture Adapters in the Omnipliance WiFi. USB adapters are not supported in Omnipliance WiFi.

Is it possible to do real-time wireless decryption on the Omnipliance WiFi?

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Is it possible to do real-time wireless decryption on the Omnipliance WiFi?

Yes. The engine can do the decryption as packets are captured if the WPA2-PSK information is known and that key set is configured for the capture.

Can I configure a static IP Address for each port?

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Can I configure a static IP Address for each port?

Yes. Each port’s IP address can be configured through the configuration utility or by using the Linux command line interface.