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Determine & Graph data usage (KB) per IP on the network

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I am new to PTRG so please excuse revisiting old threads. I am looking for the same solution as the users described some years ago.

Did you add this functionality ? Cant find it on your resources. i.e. "to sum up the volume over a certain period" to determine data usage per IP on the network.

The solutions offered then were to: 1: Use the "Volume Trigger: this works fine for an alert but it does not give historical picture of data volume usage. 2: Integrating the Speed curve: have you added an internal tool to do this ? Seems clumsy to expect users to extract speed data and then integrate that to get picture of the Data usage status. Is it even possible to do that on a live basis ?

snmp traffic volume-trigger

Created on Aug 28, 2017 9:46:33 AM by  jonnyfant (0) 1



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Dear jonnyfant,

about which sensor is your question? With the SNMP traffic sensor you can monitor per router port. When you create a report for a particular time frame, the report also includes the volume for that time. Since a traffic sensor is per port, you get that volume for that port. Often the router is configured so that one port maps to one IP.

This is however not on a live-basis. One has to create a report, or use the tab "Historic Data".

Created on Aug 28, 2017 12:37:54 PM by  Arne Seifert [Paessler Support]

Last change on Aug 28, 2017 12:44:57 PM by  Arne Seifert [Paessler Support]



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