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Palo Alto Networks FW: Can you view bw utilization of specific tunnels?

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Does the PAN have the ability to show you how much traffic is being passed tx/rx through a specific tunnel? Thank you.
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Kimberley from Paessler earned 500 total points
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Do you have a copy of their SNMP MIB?  They might include traffic per tunnel in their MIB, and, if so, you could use an SNMP-based monitoring tool (e.g. PRTG) to collect and display the traffic statistics per tunnel.

The Cisco ASA does this.  I don't know if PAN does, but it's worth taking a look.
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Ok - good thought. Thank you.
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