Observer Analyzer : Analyzer : Network and Application Discovery
  
Network and Application Discovery
Building and saving an address book
Building and saving an address book
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Configuring a discovery method (optional)
Building an address book automatically
Adding entries to the address book manually
Resolving DNS names
Saving the address book
Editing address book entries
Importing a previously saved address book
Using multiple address books
Discovery
Discovery
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Discovering server applications on the network
Discovering SNMP devices
Discovering which devices are connected to a switch
Calculating subnet masks
Performing ping and trace route
How to add application definitions
How to add application definitions
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How to associate non-standard ports with an application
Sharing application definitions with others
How to import application definitions
How to export application definitions
Adding derived application definitions
Enabling or disabling applications that use dynamic ports
Enabling or disabling applications that use dynamic ports
Defining applications differently per IP address
Defining applications differently per IP address
Restoring the default application list
Restoring the default application list
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How to restore TCP application definitions
How to restore UDP application definitions
Observer uses application definitions to identify applications and services. Learn the best ways of identifying your network’s servers, clients, and the applications they use, by using discovery tools and the address book.