Tks for yr revert. I have explored 'ip accounting' but does not meet my needs. What I require is that what are the permitted ip addresses used over the serial lines. The reason I want to know this is to prioritise the 'frequent' ip addresses on top of the extended ACL. Any tips ? Thanks/Francis
Hello Francis, to sniff what packets are going over the serial lines, you might want to use an agilent advisor hardware sniffer which can be plugged in between the router and serial link.
Since all applications are running from your lan, you can just put a sniffer on the lan (software sniffer) and find out which applications are more frequently used. You can download a demo version of Agilent software sniffer at www.agilent.com
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