We have a high utilization across our MPLS network and when I look at What's up Gold Net Flow it shows 87% of the traffic passed is from the local branch exchange server to the corporate (where all internet goes through). I talked to support and they don't go any deeper than telling us what is the top talker but I need to determine what is exactly going on port 80 between the two. I've run wireshark and see a lot of communication, but how do I narrow it down. snapshot.docx
So from here on the server generating the traffic I would take a look at netstat to see what is sending on that port
also possibly look into using netmon to monitor traffic on port 80 going out on that
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