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How to find port on Netgear switch causing network traffic?

Hi All,

We have a few Netgear GSM7224 L2 switches and wondered if there was a way on the actual switch or some other software to find out which port (so i can find the computer/device) is causing the most network traffic?

Thanks in advance.
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SNMP is the simplest way. Try PRTG Traffic Grapher http://www.paessler.com/prtg6 (intended for getting stadistics but good for your purpose). You have a Freeware version with 10 sensors, but I guess the 30 day trial will suit better.

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