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SSG 520 Show Interface Traffic

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I have SSG 520 Firewall , i want to know how to get current interface traffic used now , i know the command in cisco is :
show interface fast ethrenet 0/0
which will show me the current traffic on the interface by Kbps.
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by:Qlemo
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A comparable command to see the currently used bandwidth should be
get interface eth0/0  | include "current bw"

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by:EngAhmedFaris
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Thank you , but all the time it shows 0 kbps , is there any cause for this ?
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by:Qlemo
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It's a snapshot, so it might be that you have no traffic at just that second. Or it is the wrong interface. Do you want to view the used bandwidth over time? That's usually done via SNMP then.
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by:EngAhmedFaris
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all the time i have these readings , is there any way to enable account or statistics .
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a) You can enable traffic count on policies. That won't show the overall bandwidth, though, unless all traffic is flowing using that policy

b) Use SNMP to get periodic snapshots. Tools like Nagios or PRTG are able to show a graph.

c) Run in CLI  get counter flow interface eth0/0  to see accumulated stats since reboot.
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