I came across some free bandwidth monitoring software by Solarwinds while doing some reading on other sites. I installed the software and now im stuck at setup. The Softaware is asking for...
I'm assuming the IP Address/Hostname would be my computers IPv4 on the network and as far as the SNMP Version goes im not sure, I can either choose from SNMP v1/2c or v3. For the community string, I'm assuming its Public but im not completely sure.When I attempt to go to the next step is says the credentials test failed So obviously something I entered is incorrect.
Note: this is on my own home network. Im using a Comcast all in one router and modem.
Monitoring H.323? I've got a 3925 running15.1(3)T with 9 PRI's. Because of our volume, syslogging is not the desired solution. We want something that we can potentially graph over an 8 hour period, so while the RTMT is accurate, either it won't store the data for 8 hours, or we aren't using it correctly (plus, mgmt may want access to the stats/graphs, and we're not keen on granting them access). So far, we've used: [code] None of these seem to accurately portray utilization. cdsp Active Channels seems to get the closest, so perhaps I have to tweak it a little bit, but so far, nothing accurate.
I am trying to setup netflow with on 6509 and SolarWinds NetFlow Traffic Analyzer v3.10.0
The problem I have is that after configuring the basic settings of NetFlow on both side I can't see all the traffic I expected to capture in NetFlow.
The details of my problem. I want to monitor the traffic on VLAN 20. In the general configuration of the switch I have entered the following ip flow-export source vlan 10 ip flow-export version 9 ip flow-export destination 126.96.36.199 8080
Where vlan 10 is the management vlan. Vlan10 can ping 188.8.131.52 no problem.
On VLAN20 interface I configured this ip flow egress ip flow ingress ip route-cache flow
When I go to SolarWinds Netflow Traffic Analyzer I can see maybe 1 or 2 packets flows, like nothing of the data. If I do a capture of the traffic on VLAN 20 I can see there is loads of IP traffic on that VLAN but why is netflow not capturing the statistics of those flows and reporting it to NetFlow ?
I show up at this business. They have about 40-50 systems. They have a 2003 AD server with a router, and 4 switches. There is also a dvr system on the network for cameras. Each switch is daisy chained together. Everything is working correctly except for the fact that the network drops about 5 times a day. Before they called us, they would just unhook one switch and plug it back in and it would work. At first, we took that switch and exchanged it with another switch in a computer lab to see if just the computer lab goes down. If it did, then that switch was bad. That wasn't the case, the whole network still went down. We had already left, but when we go back, our first choice will to see if there is a loop anywhere within the switch that will flood the network. Then, we were going to see if there was a switch that was getting a lot of traffic on the network to try to track it down. How can u monitor the bandwidth on the switches? They are 24 port switches. The switch is fs750/24 switch.
I show up at this business. They have about 40-50 systems. They have a 2003 AD server with a router, and 4 switches. There is also a dvr system on the network for cameras.Each switch is daisy chained together. Everything is working correctly except for the fact that the network drops about 5 times a day. Before they called us, they would just unhook one switch and plug it back in and it would work.At first, we took that switch and exchanged it with another switch in a computer lab to see if just the computer lab goes down. If it did, then that switch was bad. That wasn't the case, the whole network still went down.We had already left, but when we go back, our first choice will to see if there is a loop anywhere within the switch that will flood the network. Then, we were going to see if there was a switch that was getting a lot of traffic on the network to try to track it down.
I have 4 laptops (WiFi), 2 desktops (LAN), xbox (LAN), and dish receiver (LAN) that are all connected to the internet using the method between the brackets. Recently i am running out of bandwidth, and what i am looking for is a freeware that i can install in one of the computers that could tell me which IP or MAC address used how much internet.I have read several articles: some articles point me to softwares which only monitor the computer that they are installed. Other posts argued that such thing can only be done through the main router. I know my router doesn't have such feature. I use SMC router.
So lately this week, one rogue user from the boarding house has been downloading(possibly torrenting)/streaming to his/her heart's content resulting in extremely slow connections for everyone else. I've been using an Android app to list all devices connected to the network, and one-by-one, manually disconnected each one to find the problematic, bandwidth-hogging IP. I've found that said user continued to use up bandwidth even up to the wee hours of the morning.
I managed to find his/her IP address, I know I could just block sites/ports via the router's control panel but I guess it's not that simple because: a.) Whoever setup the wireless on our floor forgot the username/password combo(not even the landlady knows) b.) I've asked management about asking for access to the router. Being the IT student on the floor, I guess I'll take the responsibility of at least limiting the rogue user's bandwidth so everyone else on our floor has a fair share.
So my question is: is there a way to limit an IP/application's bandwidth usage via a non-router control panel method, without having to do a hard reset on the router? I have tried in vain to use the Android app I used, but all it takes is a router reboot to disable it (said user knows how to reset the router). It's been days since we've had a stable connection for legitimate schoolwork usage because of this one IP that's using up all the resources.
The router on our floor is a Linksys WRT54G2 and my operating system is Windows 7 64-bit.
I have a cisco catalyst 2960-s PoE switch. I have a web access to the switch and am able to get statistics on each port. However, I am wondering if there is a way to have a diagram of the trafic on each port?
Also, what is the best way to monitor the trafic on a router ( i have a cisci 1811W)
I'm wondering if there is an easy way to monitor how much bandwidth is being consumed at any given moment for a home network.specifically, for the incoming/outgoing internet connection.My network is as thus:
Most devices are connected directly into the switch, with one computer hard-plugged into the DIR-815 (I will eventually change this, as the 815 only has 10/100 ports).Basically, I want to easily be able to check how much up/down data is being sent for my internet connection. This means that I cannot use a program on a computer (I've used DL Meter before. Works great, but limited to a single computer).
The Linksys E4200v1 is using standard firmware, but I'm not opposed to loading DD-WRT onto it (was the original plan anyway, just never got around to it), if DD-WRT has this capability.Nice to have feature: Ability to see which devices are consuming what part of the bandwidth. Not necessary, but would be a cool feature.Alternatively, if there is a cheap (like $100 or less deal) box that can interface, say, between the E4200 and the switch, that can do this, that would work as well.
I matched the traffic statistics on one of my Cisco ASA site-site tunnels with the OID:184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.22.214.171.12442 (cipSecTunHistInOctets). I was real proud of myself for a few days until I checked the history and found the OID wasnt working.After some troubleshooting I found that the last four digits (4142 in this case) change whenever the tunnel drops and re-establishes itself. Any way to collect tunnel utilization history on an ASA with SNMP? Is there a different OID I can use thats based on the endpoint IP?
I have 5 linux and 3 Microsoft 2008 Servers, each connected to 2 Cisco 3560 Switches. The 2 Cisco 3560 switches are connected to 2 different Cisco 515e Pix. Is it possible that if i enable Port SPAN in any of the switchport and send a copy of traffic to any of the windows 2008 server, will i be able to monitor the bandwidth of the servers (Here I am only looking for traffic going from servers to PIX and then to internet, also vice versa).
Also will wireshark be able to differentiate specify the bandwidth of each servers seperately ?
I have 2 outside connections one of which works as a backup connection. I am trying to setup SLA monitor so that when primary fails, the secondary connection takes over. However I never get connected to the primary connection after reboot, the backup connection is active after reboot.
My Belkin N150 wireless router monitor has stopped working. A problem caused the program to stop working correctly. Windows will close the program and notify you us a solution is available.I can not figure out why my wireless router doesn't work sometimes.I need to be able to access this to get to the router settings. I don't know if my wireless is being highjacked or what.
I am a gamer living in my apartment with a room mate who loves to download music 24/7 and a girlfriend who loves to watch netflix. Needless to say, every time I go to play a video game I get shitty ping and lots of lag. From what I've gathered, DD-WRT's QOS is ****, and Tomato is the way to go in 3rd party firmware.
I got connected ASA ----- ROUTER 2811) to metroethernet switch from my ISP , with a 4MB of bandwidth but the internet connections to all my LAN has been frozen and we lost connection to the internet, to restart the internet service I need to boot the ROUTER 2811 - and ISP switch to rollback the internet operation,My ISP support tell me if is possible to set up the traffic bandwidth in one or both borders devices, ( ASA 5510 or ROUTER 2811)
we are using solarwinds as monitoring toll for all network devices..the solarwinds shows proper memory & cpu utilization for catalyst 3750 switches but shows hogh cpu/memory utilization values for 6509-vss...when we log into vss via cli the util & memory values are normal but same are very high on solarwinds..i have checked the solarwinds site also and fond that there was issue for 6509 related to high cpu in relase before 9.2 and 9.2 release of solarwind has resolved this issue..is anything to be checked on 6509 or as such any known bug in this regard for 6509-vss i am using software s72033-ADVIPSERVICESK9_WAN-VZ.122-33.SXI4A on my vss.
I am currently testing Netflow accuracy on my Solarwinds platform. So I have been transferring a large file across an ASA 5520, which is set up to send Netflow data to out Solarwinds server.
The problem is that the Netflow data does not show up on Solarwinds for about 2.5 hours. Once it gets there the size is correct, but the time stamp on Solarwinds is 2.5 hours behind when the transfer happened. For routers it is showing up within a few minutes.
ASA is running 8.2(5) and Solarwinds NTA 3.9.0. Firewall and Solarwinds times / timezones are the same.
I am trying to set up my router to grant http traffic a minimum bandwidth of - for example - 5,000 kBit (if there is any http traffic).
So I set http min. rate to 5,000 while I set nntp min. rate to 1 However, when I run nntp downloads on several connections (e.g. 10) my single http download never goes above 1,000 kBit. Without any other connections I reach 8,000 kBit.
We have recently upgraded oor LAN and we are using couple of Nexus5548UP switches in the core with 2960 stacks as access switches. Each access switches stack is connnected to both core switches with link being port-chanels and VPCs. All is working fine, but our SolarWinds management platform (NPM) is being flooded with "Physical Address changed" events. Here is an example of messages:
NSW_Core_2 - Ethernet1/7 Physical Address changed from 000000003811 to 73616D653811 NSW_Core_2 - Ethernet1/7 Physical Address changed from 200B82B43811 to 000000003811
For each interface I have messages like these repeating.I am not sure what those messages means or if there is actually anything wrong. Performance of the network is good, there are no errors on any interfaces and I do not see anything related in the switch loggs.
Region : UnitedKingdom Model : TL-MR3220 Hardware Version : V2 Firmware Version : ISP :
Looking at the manual for this router in regards to bandwidth restrictions.When you set up the Rules under Bandwidth Control does this setting shared by the IP range or does each IP in the range get that amount of bandwidth?
I have a Cisco Aironet 1240AG Access Point and I am trying to setup a guest network that is secure and limited in bandwidth utilization. I see an option under security > SSID Manager on the web interface to select an interface of Radio0-802.11G, Radio1-802.11A or both. Can I put the guest network on the Radio1-802.11A and make it more secure/bandwidth limited or does this option not matter?
I recently posted this same issue the other day, using TFTPd32. Now i am pretty close to fixing it. I do have a different setup; my pc ethernet port is broken so I am using an ethernet/usb adapter. I am attempting to backup my IOS from a 3550 switch to my PC.
We have 1 mpbs bandwidth line, but most of the time we are getting only 300-500 kpbs download speed, i want to send statistics report to our ISP, what will be best procedure to test the bandwidth report, i have checked in some websites like bandwidthplace and speedtest but these sites are not accurate, how to check the actual bandwidth we getting from ISP against 1 Mbps. We have solarwinds monitoring tool in this i have configured the WAN interface for 1 mbps