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I am looking for a good tool to monitor my subnet and remote subnets bandwidth consumption. I believe there are people streaming media that i am unaware we are allowing and looking to find out what specific computer is consuming all the bandwidth.
Free would be nice, however i am willing to pay for a tool.
thanks in advance for the help!
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Try this product out: Scrutinizer Netflow Analyzer

http://www.plixer.com/products/netflow-sflow/free-netflow-scrutinizer.php
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good choices
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