When capturing traffic with Netflow I see a source traffic from a phone IP and it is using a high percentage of band width. We dont think it is the phone but the PC and we are trying to figure out how to better break that out so we see the true phone IP use and the true PC use that hangs off the phone.
Thanks...I am not configuring Netflow on the 3560...I have it running on my Cisco 2600s and 2800s...WAN connection. So when I use Orion Netflow and look at the upstream router with Netflow configured it shows that the IP phones are using a high percentage of BW. I do not see the source IP of the PC connected to the phone but I think that since the phone is a hub all traffic from the PC hits the phone (next hop) and thats what we see is a combination of both vocie and data traffic. So I trying to see if there is a way to split this out so you see traffic from PC with the PC IP as the source and traffic from the voice as the phone IP.
But are you saying that since the 3560 series does not support Netflow we can not see those distint flows on the upstrean WAN router that the switch connects to?
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