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| Welcome to '''Application Visibility and Control (AVC) DocWiki'''.
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| Data center consolidation and cloud have changed how applications are delivered to the end users.  
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Data center consolidation and cloud has changed how applications are delivered to the end users.  
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Network now has a critical role in delivering optimal experience to the users. Cisco Application Visibility and Control (AVC) solution is a suite of services in Cisco network devices that provides application-level classification, monitoring, and traffic control to improve business-critical application performance, facilitate capacity management and planning, and reduce network operating costs. The Cisco AVC solution is provided within the Cisco Integrated Services Routers Generation 2 (ISR G2) and the Cisco ASR 1000 Series Aggregation Service Routers (ASR 1000s).
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Network now has critical role in delivering optimal experience to the users, while providing tools for network admin to better monitor, troubleshoot, and control application performance. Traditional port-based network does not have granularity to control today applications.
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Application Visibility and Control (AVC) is an overall initiative which enable application awareness in enterprise WAN.
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AVC is based on several underlying technologies like NBAR2, Flexible Netflow (FNF), Performance Agent (PA), QoS and Performance Routing (PfR) and available with ISR G2 and ASR1K. .
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* [[AVC:FAQ | AVC FAQ]]
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*[[AVC:FAQ|AVC FAQ]]
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* Application Recognition
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** Deep Packet Inspection (NBAR2)
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** Metadata
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**[[NetFlow|NetFlow Home Page]]
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**[[NetFlow:IDs| NetFlow Information Elements]]
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**[[AVC-Export:PfR|Export - PfR Home Page]]
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**[[AVC-Export:PfR|Export - PfR Home Page]]  
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**[[AVC-Export:Monitoring|Export - Monitoring Home Page]]
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Revision as of 17:40, 28 March 2013


Application Visibility and Control (AVC)
Data center consolidation and cloud have changed how applications are delivered to the end users.

Network now has a critical role in delivering optimal experience to the users. Cisco Application Visibility and Control (AVC) solution is a suite of services in Cisco network devices that provides application-level classification, monitoring, and traffic control to improve business-critical application performance, facilitate capacity management and planning, and reduce network operating costs. The Cisco AVC solution is provided within the Cisco Integrated Services Routers Generation 2 (ISR G2) and the Cisco ASR 1000 Series Aggregation Service Routers (ASR 1000s).


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  • Application Recognition
    • Deep Packet Inspection (NBAR2)
    • Metadata


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