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Hi,

We're having a lot of traffic on en0 of a oracle db on AIX 6.1, topas shows almost 100Mb/s (100% output speed) but we dont who is causing this traffic.. How can we get a list of IPs by traffic?

Thanks..
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This?
http://www.perzl.org/aix/index.php?n=Main.Iftop

or tcpdump 10000 packets and open with wireshark on dektop pc?
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sorry the delay...

Thanks Gheist
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