I have a Powerconnect 2848, that is managed, and I would like to view the port activity/bandwidth for certaiin ports connected to servers.
I'm using the PRTG Traffic Grapher, but cannot for the life of me figure out how to do this.
Has anyone done anything like this? If so, what tools did you use please?
Wireshark is about the best tool that I know of. You'll have to read on how to use it though if you are not familiar with it. I haven't had the chance to use it much yet myself, but from what I have done
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