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How can we monitor all network traffic?

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we have 8 different networks connecting thru wireless, we would like to see or track all traffic thru these n/ws
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I'm not exactly sure what you mean by "8 different networks connecting thru wireless". Are you referring to internet access? Is your internet delivered over a wireless connection?

Good luck,
Steve
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Different network means different interface configured on juniper router ie, 192.168.45.0,192.168.70.0, so on. we have two sites connecting thru wireless , so both network wil work as one network
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