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NetResident - Network Content Monitoring Tool

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Introduction
Overview
System Requirements
What Network Content NetResident Can Analyze
What’s New in NetResident 3.0
NetResident Architecture
Deploying the Application
Before You Begin: Network Visibility
Step 1: Deploying the NetResident Service and Console
Step 2: Deploying NetResident Agents
Ensuring Connectivity Between the System Components
Tips and Tricks
Setting Up the Database
Step 1: Creating a New Database and Configuration File
Step 2: Selecting an SQL Server
Step 3: Selecting a Database Location and Name
Step 4: Setting Database Access Token
Step 5: Summary
Working with NetResident
Events
Connections
Alerts
About
Understanding the Difference Between the Display and Capture Filters
Remote Connections
Aliases
Workspaces
Adding Exceptions to NetResident Agents
Manual SQL Server Installation
Analyzing Imported Capture Files
Frequently Asked Questions
Sales and Support

Ensuring Connectivity Between the System Components

To be able to send monitoring data to the NetResident Service, the agents must have TCP/IP connectivity to the service. LAN administrators should note the following when configuring firewalls:

· The service is a server; the agents are clients.
· The service is listening for incoming connections on port 2111.

When you install the NetResident service, it creates a Windows firewall rule automatically. Third-party firewalls might require manual configuration.