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I have noticed a network card on our file server is using a lot of bandwidth, I have captured the data for 2 minutes, but how can I tell what source IP is downloading uploading the most data?

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asked 17 Sep '10, 05:16

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Just perfect, thanks again!

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answered 17 Sep '10, 05:27

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(17 Sep '10, 05:32) SYN-bit ♦♦

You can use the "Statistics -> conversations" option and then click on the "IP" tab. Then click on the "Total Bytes" column to sort the list.

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