Good afternoon. I need assistance regarding HTTP tracking.
In My organiganization 200 user.All user are redirect to Microsoft ISA ( proxy Server and Internet connect to Cisco ASA.
Everyday My BW ( 1 MB) is always Sasturation , many users unneccery browse and download at office time. Microsoft ISA can not show running http status , its shows only before days report. so its trouble to catch the user instantly and need to show the current Running Report.
Can any help me and advice how I get instant report or Which software can help this.
There are fundamentally two approaches to do what you ask.
One option is to copy all your traffic to an interface (using SPAN or RSPAN) and analyze it there using some sort of protocol analyzer like Wireshark (formerly ethereal), Sniffer, of Network Instruments Observer. These are just a a few of the available protocol analyzers. The first one is free, the other two are licensed products.
You can also potentially use your equipment's mini-RMON MIB capability, if your platform and images support that option. An application for analysis of the data is still required. The CiscoView Mini-RMON Manager component of CiscoWorks LMS is one such tool. It requires a full CiscoWorks implementation however as it it not licensed separately. Full RMON support is available via the NAM products, hosted in an enterprise class (e.g., 6500 series) switch.
Good afternoon. Thanks mklemovitch and others. I use protocol analyzer. But the problem is its shows curruent http protocol statics but can not generate the real picture which user or IP uses most BW and which Websites browse. so its big problem. I need flowchart.
AS ISA server is connected my Cisco switch so netwflow enable in my switch ?.
so which is best solution to see the flowchat of http statics and stop the user to unnecessary used BW.
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