how to monitor bandwith usage of a pervasive database

I have a pervasive 9 database which is being accessed by all our users. I would like to calculate  how much bandwidth is being used by the application . Is there any tool you can suggest i run on the server to see how much bandwidth is being utilized on port 3351 or by the service ?
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mirtheilSoftware DeveloperCommented:
You can use Wireshark and add a capture or display filter for port 335 (and 1583 if you use PSQL's ODBC).  

To measure the bandwidth, go to the Statistics -> IO Graphs and enter a display filter for your application and it will graph it.  You can change it to bits or bytes
per tick instead of packets per tick.
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Bill BachPresident and Btrieve GuruCommented:
Foir bandwith analysis, its hard to beat Wireshark. Its free and does a great job.

Start a normal capture and collect packets whuile the system is running. A minute or so should be just fine.

Then, bring up the IO Graph dialog. Add a filter on one line for "tcp.port == 1583" to see the SQL bandwidth. Add another filter for "tcp.port == 3351" to see the Btrieve packets. Adjust the graph settings to show bandwidth (or bytes) as needed.
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Bill BachPresident and Btrieve GuruCommented:
Darned that slow Blackberry Keyboard -- I was too late!
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coolfigerAuthor Commented:
Great guys thanks ! I'll  award point soon !
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