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hi. i have a LAN network where around 4-5 computers are connected to LAN through wire(lan cable) and the rest 10-15 computers are connected wirelessly over WiFi. now i want to monitor how much does each computer use data over a month. how can this be done using wireshark?

asked 11 May '16, 04:27

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This is not really the tool for it. It's a power tool to look into every details of every bit that is transferred across the capture interface(s). What you are looking for is Performance Measurement data, which should be available if you happen to have a proper managed switch. Otherwise there are other tools that collect such performance data and present and/or report it a a convenient way. Nagios and Cacti come to mind.

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answered 11 May '16, 04:46

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