Good morning All,
I am exploring the connections monitor feature in my sonicwall firewall. I am doing this since my ISP is stating that my bandwidth is used 100% all the time so I wanted to check if there was a device in my network using all bandwidth.
I called Sonicwall support and they introduced me to a feature called Connections monitor and we found out that there was a device utilizing a ton of bandwidth. Attached is what we saw.
The support technician recommended me to look at the Tx Bytes column. The value that we saw for the particular device was 33632894 which is translated by my calculations to about 33 MB.
I am kind of confuse on how to put this value in practical terms and come up with the answer of how much bandwidth this device is using?
We have a 50 Mbps total bandwidth, does this means that the device is trying to use 33MB of the entire bandwidth?
I am having some trouble picturing this on my mind.
Also if there other method to look at this in simpler terms let me know.
Thank you a ton