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Router command

Hi All,

I need a favour from all of u,is there any command on the router,through which we can see or monitor the movment of all packets.

Thanks in advance

Regds

Kumar

  • WAN Routing and Switching
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Re: Router command

Hi Kumar,

Look into the netflow technology. It will export information about traffic flows to a netflow capture application (such as Crannog). You will be able to see both layer 3 and 4 information so it can be quite useful.

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/software/ios121/121cgcr/switch_c/xcprt3/xcdnfc.htm

If it's more instant, raw information you're after look into debug commands. Be VERY careful with them, they can bring down the router.

HTH,

Andres

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Re: Router command

Hi Avilava,

thx for yr reply, however need somthing more information towards this, if possible pls. sugest me.

Regds,

Kumar

New Member

Re: Router command

Hi Kumar,

What specifically are you after? is it packet debug information or statistical graph type information?

Regards,

Andres

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Re: Router command

Hi Avillalva,

Thx. for help and one more thing can i have yr personal e-mail id.

New Member

Re: Router command

Hi Kumar,

post your email address and I will contact you.

Regards,

Andres

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Re: Router command

sh ip cache flow .........may this will help u..

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