NETWORK INSIGHTS

The latest trends and use cases
in application and subscriber intelligence

Turning raw IP data into network intelligence

ipoque, a Rohde & Schwarz company, is a leading provider of advanced, future-proof OEM deep packet inspection (DPI) and IP analytics software delivering comprehensive visibility of IP network traffic. Embedded into networking and cybersecurity tools, IP analytics solutions by ipoque enable application and mobile subscriber awareness, empowering customers to transform raw IP data into the insights needed to analyze, optimize and manage network traffic effectively and to ensure the highest connectivity and security.

Founded as a software start-up in Leipzig in 2005 and acquired by the Munich-based Rohde & Schwarz group in 2011, ipoque combines the best of two worlds: agile software development and the resources of an international electronics group.

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Vector visibility: Why DPI is a must for vector packet processing

Network traffic visibility, specifically application awareness, plays a key role in vector packet processing (VPP). It forms the basis for protocol or application-aware vectoring – that means, the creation of vectors where packets of similar attributes are batched together. It also enables a more efficient load balancing of packets within a forwarding graph. This article discusses VPP for software-based network functions such as VNFs and CNFs. It looks at how traffic awareness delivered by DPI software enhances VPP in the high-throughput classification of vectors, realigning VPP graphs to current traffic needs and managing VPP security.

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Reinstating cloud visibility with deep packet inspection

Deep packet inspection software delivers cloud visibility by equipping analytics intermediaries with application awareness which can be used to select and forward cloud traffic to a wide range of monitoring, security and network management tools. For distributed applications hosted and delivered from different clouds, the analysis provided by R&S®PACE 2 ensures that no gaps are left unattended in managing and delivering critical applications. Likewise, R&S®PACE 2 enables further optimization of cloud security management by coupling inspection of traffic anomalies with application awareness.

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Solution brief R&S®GSRM

To circumvent the limitations of traditional load balancing, network packet brokers can deploy the GTP Subscriber Resolving Module R&S®GSRM, which is developed by ipoque, a Rohde & Schwarz company, to deliver subscriber and session awareness for the mobile core network. Using identification information provided by R&S®GSRM, a network packet broker is able to aggregate all packets of a session and filter them by each subscriber. Packets from the same session are forwarded to a single device such as an IP probe, providing complete visibility for any end device, across any user session. With GTP correlation, operators do not have to rely on bandwidth-intensive, traditional session analysis, which is limited due to its inability to scale up to rapidly increasing traffic volumes in the core.

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How subscriber awareness augments mobile network security

Conventional load balancing across mobile networks leaves network security functions with huge visibility gaps. Furthermore, in the context of 5G, the need for higher bandwidth and speeds across applications that are data-intensive and that connect to multiple end nodes simultaneously poses new challenges for operators. R&S®GSRM in combination with R&S®PACE 2 delivers deeper, more granular insights into the risks and vulnerabilities that are present in a mobile network. Operators benefit from enhanced network intelligence to manage and improve mobile network security.

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Delivering subscriber-aware load balancing through GTP correlation

The volume and diversity of data on mobile networks is only going to increase over the years, making the challenges of load balancing evermore pertinent. In this context, smart load balancing through subscriber awareness can make the difference between a struggling and thriving mobile network. Traffic insights brought by real-time correlation of user and control traffic help deliver more responsive and reliable mobile networks.

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    Barracuda integrates R&S®PACE 2

    Customer product: CloudGen Firewall

    “[...] Beyond award-winning products, we are committed to provide excellent support to our customers and partners. This is only possible if our technology partners can live up to the same high expectations and standards. [...]”

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    Nubewell integrates R&S®PACE 2

    Customer product: Smart SD-WAN

    "For us, this meant that ipoque's DPI library would keep growing, enabling us to secure SD-WANs proactively and in real time. Our investment in R&S®PACE 2 has paid off early because of their knowledge of DPI [...]

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    CELARE integrates R&S®PACE 2

    Customer product: network monitoring solution

    "Our customers are increasingly seeing the need to protect their highly sensitive IT and SCADA-controlled infrastructure against malware and attacks. We decided for Rohde & Schwarz as we recognized [...]

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