How can i determine who's using all my bandwidth?
Posted on 2006-10-25
I have one T1 Internet connection which goes through a Cisco 2600 to a Cisco ASA 5520, with user connected to a Cisco 4503 switch. Someone is using all my 1.5 Mb of bandwidth!
My question is:
1. Is there a way that I can tell who is using how much bandwidth?
2. Is there a way to dymanically view this infomation?
3. Can you give me detailed instructions?
It would be nice to get the user and/or computer name, but it not neccessary. Our computer names have port numbers in them, so I could easy find the offender if knew what port was using the bandwidth. (I know I could also find it from IP address, just trying to give as much info as I can)
I'm familar with setting up and configuring routers for T1's, Frame, and the basics on routers, but port spanning, trunking, syslogging etc, is beyond me. I would gladly give 500 point for detailed instruction that go beyond "conf t" and the basics.