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Are there any commands to get the network usage on given date in windows xp? i want to gather the statistics of network usage for 192.168.20.1 to 192.168.20.254 on date 23/4/2009

asked 09 Dec '12, 00:42

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Did you capture the packets of these two IP addresses on that day, or did you have a netflow/sflow probe reporting traffic statistics on the same day to a netflow collector? If the answer is no, you need to build a time machine first before you can use Wireshark to get what you want ;-)

Meaning: you can only analyze what you captured. If you didn't, there is nothing to be done about it. By the way, 23/4/2009 is now about 3.5 years in the past, so even if the XP machine would keep some local statistics they're long gone by now.

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answered 09 Dec '12, 03:06

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you need to build a time machine first before you can use Wireshark to get what you want ;-)

I suggest this time machine: waybackmachine.org ;-))

(10 Dec '12, 06:05) Kurt Knochner ♦
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