I've installed a trial version of PRTG to look at the netflow statistics from one of our routers.
It works fine in terms of reporting on the total volumes of traffic.
But, my router has a number of interfaces (leased lines to remote offices) and what I'd really like to do is to have a breakdown of traffic on each of these interfaces i.e. what are the top sources, destinations, applications utilising each link.
Is anyone out there using PRTG to do this kind of thing? If so, how is it achieved.
I've seen this kind of thing using ManageEngine's netflow analyser and Crannog's Netflow Monitor. However, I was hoping PRTG would be able to offer me the same kind of capabilities - albeit I might have to put a bit more effort into the configuration!
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