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How can I monitor the bandwidth of a specific IP address

Posted on 2013-12-06
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Our company has a device that display ads, video, etc and I have it assigned to a static IP.  How do I monitor the bandwidth this device is using?
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If you have SNMP enabled switch, this is a great tool to monitor bandwidth.

http://www.solarwinds.com/products/freetools/real-time-bandwidth-monitor.aspx
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A quick and dirty solution would be to put Wireshark on the device or on a port mirror of its switch port and just look at the statistics section.
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thanks for helping.  Going to test SolarWinds.
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