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Sonicwall User Bandwidth Usage

Posted on 2014-09-10
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Something is eating up all of our bandwidth. Does anyone know how to generate a report on our sonicwall to find out which user or internal IP address is utilizing the most bandwidth?
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You don't mention what model you are using but on most of the newer ones you can go to the Log > Reports and then turn on the Data Collection (if it is not on already).  Then change the Report View to "Bandwidth Usage by IP Address" or "Bandwidth Usage by Service".  Unfortunately there's no way to cross reference the two to determine what services a particular IP is using.
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