It seems cisco network assistant is not a popular software (despite the fact its free) Nobody (including me) knows it's simple capabilities. Or may be professionals know it but my question was not understandable. let me express myself oncemore;
Cisco Network Assistant is a fine program, I can monitor all transmittedt/receieved packets through any port I want. Looking at the traffic is not good enough, even useless if I can not save it somewhere.
I want to save (logging) these activities for future analysis.
I do not believe that CNA logs performance data. The "Log scaling" option refers to logarithmic scaling of the y axis (as opposed to linear scaling, which is the default), nothing to do with storing data.
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