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using this tool how can i tell if a computer is abusing network

If not this way which tool can i use on wireshark to find a computer that is slowing up the network. I am trying to resolve issues on different networks and want to find out which computers maybe causing the issues or find out why the network is slow

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asked 14 Jul '16, 07:45

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There are likely better tools for this, like simple network managers working with SNMP stats from edge-switch ports or a tool like ntopng. Wireshark, though would give you similar results with a lot of effort, is likely too precise a tool for this. I think you might want some aggregating of data to start before you deploy Wireshark. Maybe the end clients have some builtin tools to help as well.

Some links:

  1. bandwidthd
  2. ntopng
  3. https://www.paessler.com/network_utilization_monitoring
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answered 15 Jul '16, 12:53

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