Router command to see specific traffic

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Jun 19th, 2008

I was wondering if there is any show or debug command for Cisco routers to see the traffic per ip address on a specific interface. In other words how much traffic is being used per user/ip address. I am having problem with the Rx interface on the router getting really high and I was hoping to be able to see how the bandwidth is being used.

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thomasdzubin Thu, 06/19/2008 - 12:35

Not bandwidth specifically, but I find the "ip accounting" commands help.

eg:

interface FastEthernet0/1

description Internal LAN

ip accounting output-packets

Then I use the "clear ip accounting" (wait 10 seconds) followed by "show ip accounting" and it will show me which IP pairs (conversations) on my internal LAN are using up how many packets and bytes

Not exactly what you want, but I hope it helps.

Thomas Dzubin

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