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Slowness in my Network, how I can know from where

Dear All,

I have Problem in my network, there are a big slowness and i don't know from where!!

is there a software which i can use to monitor my network and discover the problem from where??

thanks
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Rhala
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Rhala
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RizzleCommented:
You could use Wireshark to see where the packets are mostly coming from. You can also enable Port Mirroring with Wireshark to monitor ports on the switch to monitor network traffic.
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Joe KlimisCommented:
Hi
if you feel up to the challenge then WireShark , will allow packet level inspection of you network.

A simpler tool for less experienced is Network Analyzer Software Standard Edition - Free

This tool boats the following features

Quickly determine who is on your network, who is using bandwidth, where errors may be occurring on the network
Identify problems - before they become serious issues that impact productivity and performance
Use expert analysis tools to solve network problems quickly and effectively by reducing thousands of IP and Novell frames into a handful of significant events
Capture and analyze network traffic in real-time using your PCs local NDIS adapter
Analyze data offline at your convenience and quickly pinpoint problems on your network



Let me know how you get on



Here is another one you may wish to try    http://www.colasoft.com/capsa-free/


Joe
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madunixChief Information Security Officer Commented:
DNS could be a problem, or could be switches or routers. I am using cacti to debug network information. MRTG/RTG/Cacti uses by default for tracking interface in/out bandwidth utilization
http://www.flukenetworks.com/content/application-note-ten-top-problems-client-complain-about-and-how-fix-them-fast
http://www.flukenetworks.com/enterprise-network/network-monitoring/OptiView-NetFlow-Tracker
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