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Monitor VPN traffic on Cisco PIX 535 for site-to-site VPNs

Posted on 2007-11-18
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I have site-to-site VPNs setup on my Cisco PIX.  

I'd like to know how much of my overall traffic going out the "outside" interface is destined for the site-to-site VPNs.  

How can I monitor that information?
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There's nothing really built into the PIX for something like that.  I think you'll probably need some SNMP software to do what you're wanting to do.  Ntop may do it (although I haven't used it for that), or the Engineers Toolset from Solar Winds (specifically the Network Performance Monitor) will probably do it.
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