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ASR bandwidth question


                Here is a newbie question. We have an ASR1002 and last night we noticed a very large inbound spike in internet traffic provided by a report from our internet provider. Is there a way I can isolate what/where on the network is consuming that data? This is the first time we have noticed a spike this large. Thanks for your help!


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ASR bandwidth question


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If your ASR1002 supports Netflow export, and you have something to gather those stats, that might be the best way to obtain such usage information.

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ASR bandwidth question

Hi David

The ASR series routers does not support ip accounting or Netflow top-talkers at the moment. So the best way to investigate this would be to configure Netflow export and analyze the output

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