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Analysing network traffic

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Im having major network traffic problems whereby certain data processing servers are really processing data slowly because of this. Does anyone know of a utility I could use to determine what is the cause of this exessive traffic on our network? maybe an alayser or something quite simple to understand?

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Yes there are quite a few utilites to do this...
 Solairwinds available at http://solairwinds.net 
is probally the best ( quite costly though ) but you can download a 30 day demo
download the engineers edition....

Etherpeak available at
  http://www.wildpackets.com/products/etherpeek_nx
is another good one...
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