Do you need bandwidth analyzer tools or application analyzer tools ?? If it is for bandwidth, you can use any of the MRTG tools to get info on present & past bandwidths used.. if you need application reports, you need to look at netflow based tools !! you need to export the netflow data to a reporter and map the application usage.. If you have 6500's , 7600's etc, you can have the Network Analyser Module (NAM) to have your reports configured. Cisco has a "Netflow collection engine" which you can look at, for collecting and reporting netflow activities.
At the moment I am using cacti to graph the amount of bandwith. But it is too general for me. I need on some port to be able to know what kind of traffic is going through, so I assume I have to look more around the application reports.
I would like to be able to get some reports from a 3750G-24TS.
Unfortunately, Netflow is not supported on 3750 due to hardware limitations. How is your network setup ? Dont you have a router on the external which pushes your traffic out, or any other core switches on the network ? Netflow is normally configured on the egress side of your network (outside router)... try looking into manageengine. They have really good netflow products...
Thank you for your advices. I am looking to what you've said. We have 2 4506 where maybe I could do something. For the routers at the end of our network, I unfortnately can not have the hand on them to setup such system. Let see.
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