Session Border Controllers (SBC) were originally conceived to protect and control VoIP networks, but these days now regulate all forms of real-time digital communications. And while they provide some protection against Denial of Service (DoS) and Distributed DoS (DDoS) attacks, on their own they are no match for today’s more sophisticated cyber attacks.
Drawing on VSM configuration, capacity, and availability data attached to essential SBC resources, the Avaya Session Border Controller (ASBC) dashlet shows threats in real time, identifying trusted and untrusted networks, and flagging SBC rules that are being tested by threatening behavior.
Use VSM’s Avaya Session Border Controller Dashlet to:
Proactively identify potential issues and prevent outages
Provide a real-time view of overall system health, without having to rely on end users to report problems
Reduce Mean Time to Repair (MTTR) for service-impacting incidents
VSM Avaya Session Border Controller Dashlet in Action
Click on the screen below for a 4-minute video demonstration.
Where do I find it?
Find VSM Avaya Session Border Controller in Dashboards >> Dashlets.