|reply to Brano |
Re: Rogue/faulty device eating all bandwidth. Need to find it.
Thanks Brano! Total DUH on my part re Wireshark (tried SolarWinds NTA, and that didnt tell me anything unfortunately).
The Cisco is RV042.
No managed switches on the premises. Would need to buy one, any recommendations (unfortunately in our case the cheaper the better).
BranoI hate VogonsPremium,MVMReviews:
I have this one (and am very happy with it) »www.ncix.ca/products/?sku=64485&···oid=1448 ... it's one of the cheapest gigabit out there and will do what you need.
Manual here »ftp://ftp.dlink.com/Switch/dgs110016/
Plug your RV042 to it, all other LAN connections (direct or from other switches) as well.
Then designate one port as monitoring and connect to it from your sniffer machine running wireshark.
The switch has per-port stats, bandwidth management and more features that you can utilize to manage your issue.
There are more port versions available too (more expensive).
EDIT: There's a deal on this one now »www.ncix.ca/products/?sku=69410&···P%20Link ...mind this is 100meg and only 2 Gb ports. ...I've never used this one so can't provide recommendations.
|reply to t10 |
That's a Linksys. If you had a Real Cisco(tm) (IOS, Pix, ASA) this would take seconds to track down... "sh ip nat tr" Why does Bob's computer have 8000 translations?
Also, with a managed switched and MRTG, you could see where all the traffic is going in an instant. (I also use netflow, so I know what you did last week.)