Wondering if someone might be able to assist in determining the easiest / quickest method to "monitor" (track) who or what device on our small business network is uploading.
Quick Background; Small business, approximately 15 Workstations with VOIP Phones connecting through a Cisco Network 24 Port Switch to a Cisco RV320 Router.
Recently began having issues with very slow upload speeds on our network; contacted our ISP, they indicated our Fibre internet was functioning normally but our network was "using" close to 90mbs of data uploading.
We'd like a quick, efficient method to determine what workstation or application is using the excessive bandwidth as wireshark type of apps can not "see" the traffic passing through the RV320.
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