Monitoring bandwith and data used by internal IP's
I have a small network and I have just starting to play around with a Cisco 877W and want to know what the best way to monitor how much Internet bandwidth and data each IP on my network is using. I've been reading some info about netflow but if anyone has any info or software to save me time, it would be nice.
Re: Monitoring bandwith and data used by internal IP's
NETQOS and Crannog (now Fluke networks) FlowTracker are two I favor most for enterprise clients.
cflow and open source tools make sense in my opinion only if you have large environments or complicated requirements. Otherwise why hassle with cflow when there are so many good and inexpensive products nowadays that are available for < $1000K such as Adventnet and so others.
I suggest you check out PRTG from http://www.paesslet.com. Simple simple simple and starts at $100. Good for relatively small environments like Cisco commercial clients. It will take care of your netFlow and other SNMP trending work.
BTW all these tools today can be easily downloaded and evaluated except for NetQOS where its more then a simple web download to get an eval.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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