VoIP and Network Quality Manager

Monitor VoIP call quality by analyzing call detail records (CDRs) generated by Cisco and Avaya

Deep dive into critical call QoS metrics and WAN performance insights

Monitor site-to-site WAN performance using Cisco IP SLA technology

By Using Cisco’s IP SLA technology, you can simulate traffic data to test your network between Cisco routers or a remote IP device to monitor the performance of key/critical apps.

Monitor VoIP Quality of Service Call Metrics

Search & filter the call detail records to quickly and easily diagnose and troubleshoot Cisco and Avaya VoIP call quality metrics, including latency, jitter, packet loss and MOS.

Key Features

Search and filter call detail records

Search, filter and display call detail records (CDRs) to aid in troubleshooting.

Quick, do-it-yourself deployment

Download, install and deploy VoIP & Network Quality Manager in about an hour.

WAN and VoIP monitoring dashboards

Customizable, at-a-glance view of WAN and VoIP performance through an intuitive Web interface.

Monitor VoIP call quality

Monitor VoIP call quality by analyzing call detail records (CDRs) generated by Cisco and Avaya.

Intelligent WAN and VoIP Quality of Service alerts

Configure intelligent alerts that notify you when specific performance thresholds are crossed.

Monitor WAN performance

Simulate traffic data using Cisco IP SLA technology to monitor key WAN performance metrics.


System Requirements

Hard Drive

20 GB


3 GB

Operating System

Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1, 2012, 2012 R2


Dual processor 3GHz

.NET Framework

.NET 4.5 required


Supports Express, Standard, or Enterprise versions of the following:
- SQL Server 2008, 2008 SP1, 2008 SP2, 2008 SP3, or 2008 SP4
- SQL Server 2008 R2, 2008 R2 SP1, 2008 R2 SP2, or 2008 R2 SP3
- SQL Server 2012, 2012 SP1, 2012 SP2, or 2012 SP3
- SQL Server 2014, or 2014 SP1
- SQL Server 2016


VoIP & Network Quality Manger sites are limited to locations where there is an existing Cisco® IP SLA-compatible router to serve as a simulation node. For more information about IP SLA-capable routers and switches, go to www.cisco.com/go/fn


The minimum server requirements listed assume default configuration. Significantly increasing the poll rate or statistic collection rate could result in additional load on the server, which may require a larger CPU or additional memory.

Some of the clients using Solarwinds

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