And then connect a probe to each switchport? a little costly, don't you think?
To expand on the situation: This is about a network which facilitates a lot of external parties. When one of those users is generating too much traffic, an alert must go off immediately. There are too many ports they can connect to, so it's not doable to put probes on all those ports.
I'm not familiar with RMON, but can't i put a treshold in the switch itself (Cat3548s, mostly), which generates a trap as soon as the treshold is reached? If this is a way to approach the problem, can anyone give me a pointer to more information?
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