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Pix bandwidth usage by port

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Hello EE,

I have a pix 515 E, how would I produce a report or formulate a command to sho the current bandwidth of traffic on a port , example 1414
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You would need a third party peice of software like PRTG, netflow was not introduced fully till a while after IOS version 8.0(4) which was the last PIX IOS version.


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If you have a PIX you should be able to open the PDM gui and login. The opening screen has several graphs including “Outside Interface Traffic Usage”, and also there should be an “Interface Status” table showing the current bandwidth usage on each port.
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Ok , thanks
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