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Fluke Network's Visual TruView appliance family offers several network monitoring, management and troubleshooting capabilities rolled into a single platform. The devices offer everything from application performance monitoring to full packet capture to Voice Over IP (VOIP) analytics in a fully integrated management console. Events, traffic flows and packets are stored and available for in-depth analysis and correlation, helping network engineers quickly diagnose and troubleshoot network problems. What's more, Visual TruView proves to be an excellent auditing platform, since all network traffic is recorded, stored and available for later reconstruction. However, it is the product's unified management consoles that offer the biggest bang for the buck, allowing engineers to quickly drill down into traffic problems and resolve them, regardless of the services involved. For example, Visual TruView offers several visual representations of network performance that can show how particular applications are impacting network traffic. There are plenty of other tools tracking and troubleshooting network performance.