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Alain C. asked ·

Activegate network communication volumes

Hi, are there any guidelines to evaluate the volume of network traffic that is generated by oneagents and activegates ?

We have oneagents in Azure environnements that we want to connect to our on premise cluster but need to evaluate the network traffic that will be generated between Azure and on premise directly or throu an activegate.

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Julius L. answered ·

You can measure that easily for environment activegates by installing oneagent and viewing network traffic for the activegate process.


For cluster activegates, a simple network traffic is shown in the CMC console.

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Traffic amount is related to traffic size that is generated on your monitored hosts. But in general I didn’t see more traffic on single agent that 200-300 kB/s. ActiveGate is compressing traffic up to 70% so multiply it by number of agents + compressing and you will see some more less value.

Sebastian

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Thanks Sebastian, it helps a lot.

Would you have any idea if UEM adds a lot to this estimate ?

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Not much, even session replay have reasonable amount of data. I don’t have values here but I can try to measure it tomorrow.

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