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How can I view packet statistics summary per ip address on either a pix 515 firewall or on a cisco 2621 router behind it?

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How can I view packet statistics per ip address on either a pix 515 firewall, or on a Cisco 2621 router behind it?  I've done this before, but I can't remember how exactly I did it, and it was really useful for spotting a computer kicking out garbage traffic because of a virus.  We have a similar problem occurring again in one of our satellite offices, and I need to do this again.  

Thanks in advance!
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on the pix, you can do show local-host x.x.x.x

on the router, there aren't really to many ways but you can run a debug:
access-list 80 permit ip host x.x.x.x
debug ip packet 80

Be ready with an 'undebug all' command in case the above command spits out too much debug information
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Ahh.....thanks.  I remember now - I was using wireshark (formerly Ethereal).  Those are good ideas if I want to look specifically on the pix and router, however.

Thanks!
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