We manage our own routers: Cisco 2921
Some sites have excessive usage and are requesting bandwidth but for the number of users I'd prefer to check what is using up the bandwidth at these couple sites before hand. Our vendor doesn't do any network monitoring (ISP) and we don't currently have Netflow setup or a server to monitor. I'm wondering if there are commands I could go in and see what:1. top protocol used 2. top send/receive IP.
Cisco routers support net flow configuration. Please check below link. Flow top talkers may help you also to see who is making traffic more than others.
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