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How Percent Of my Bandwith Used By telegram

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I run Custom Netflow Senson and send Core router to PRTG server and in includ filter add destination Ips range of telegram servers Ip (DestinationIP[91.108.56.0/23] or DestinationIP[91.108.56.0/22]or DestinationIP[91.108.4.0/22] or DestinationIP[67.198.55.0/24]or DestinationIP[149.154.172.0/22] or DestinationIP[149.154.168.0/22]or DestinationIP[149.154.164.0/22] or DestinationIP[109.239.140.0/24])

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How write condition that show me telegram traffic How many Percent Of my Bandwitdth

Thx

flow sensor telegram

Created on Feb 24, 2018 12:16:25 PM by  Ramin Malekghasemi (0) 1



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Hello there,

I would recommend setting up this as a custom flow rule, then you would see this in "Top Protocols" for each "flow top list period" (15 minutes by default).

Kind regards,

Erhard

Created on Feb 26, 2018 7:16:58 PM by  Erhard Mikulik [Paessler Support]



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I write THIS For TELEGRAM In channel Definition

#1020:TELEGRAM (Protocol[TCP] or Protocol[UDP]) and ( DestinationIP[91.108.56.0/23] or DestinationIP[91.108.56.0/22] or DestinationIP[91.108.4.0/22] or DestinationIP[67.198.55.0/24] or DestinationIP[149.154.172.0/22] or DestinationIP[149.154.168.0/22] or DestinationIP[149.154.164.0/22] or DestinationIP[109.239.140.0/24] )

And For instagram.com

#1026:INSTAGRAM (Protocol[TCP] or Protocol[UDP]) and ( DestinationIP[18.204.0.0/14] or DestinationIP[18.208.0.0/13] or DestinationIP[18.232.0.0/14] or DestinationIP[23.20.0.0/15] or DestinationIP[23.22.0.0/15] or DestinationIP[34.192.0.0/12] or DestinationIP[34.224.0.0/12] or DestinationIP[35.153.0.0/16] or DestinationIP[35.168.0.0/13] or DestinationIP[50.16.0.0/16] or DestinationIP[50.17.0.0/16] or DestinationIP[50.19.0.0/17] or DestinationIP[50.19.128.0/17] or DestinationIP[52.0.0.0/15] or DestinationIP[52.2.0.0/15] or DestinationIP[ 52.4.0.0/14 ] or DestinationIP[52.20.0.0/14] or DestinationIP[52.44.0.0/15] or DestinationIP[ 52.54.0.0/15 ] or DestinationIP[52.70.0.0/15] or DestinationIP[52.72.0.0/15] or DestinationIP[52.90.0.0/15] or DestinationIP[52.86.0.0/15] or DestinationIP[52.95.245.0/24] or DestinationIP[52.200.0.0/13] or DestinationIP[54.80.0.0/14] or DestinationIP[54.84.0.0/15] or DestinationIP[54.87.0.0/16] or DestinationIP[ 54.86.0.0/16 ] or DestinationIP[54.88.0.0/16] or DestinationIP[54.89.0.0/16] or DestinationIP[54.90.0.0/15] or DestinationIP[ 54.92.128.0/17 ] or DestinationIP[54.144.0.0/14] or DestinationIP[54.152.0.0/16] or DestinationIP[54.156.0.0/14] or DestinationIP[54.156.0.0/14] or DestinationIP[54.164.0.0/15] or DestinationIP[54.166.0.0/15] or DestinationIP[54.172.0.0/15] or DestinationIP[54.174.0.0/15] or DestinationIP[54.196.0.0/15] or DestinationIP[ 54.198.0.0/16 ] or DestinationIP[ 54.204.0.0/15 ] or DestinationIP[ 54.208.0.0/15 ] or DestinationIP[ 54.210.0.0/16 ] or DestinationIP[ 54.211.0.0/16 ] or DestinationIP[ 54.221.0.0/16 ] or DestinationIP[ 54.224.0.0/15 ] or DestinationIP[ 54.226.0.0/15 ] or DestinationIP[ 54.234.0.0/15 ] or DestinationIP[ 54.236.0.0/18 ] or DestinationIP[ 54.236.64.0/18 ] or DestinationIP[ 54.236.128.0/17 ] or DestinationIP[ 54.237.0.0/16 ] or DestinationIP[ 54.240.8.0/21 ] or DestinationIP[ 54.240.30.0/23 ] or DestinationIP[ 54.240.32.0/20 ] or DestinationIP[ 54.240.48.0/23 ] or DestinationIP[ 54.242.0.0/15 ] or DestinationIP[ 67.202.0.0/18 ] or DestinationIP[ 72.44.32.0/19 ] or DestinationIP[ 75.101.128.0/17 ] or DestinationIP[ 107.21.0.0/18 ] or DestinationIP[ 107.20.0.0/16 ] or DestinationIP[ 107.21.64.0/18 ] or DestinationIP[ 107.21.128.0/17 ] or DestinationIP[ 107.22.0.0/16 ] or DestinationIP[ 107.23.0.0/17 ] or DestinationIP[ 107.23.128.0/17 ] or DestinationIP[ 174.129.0.0/16 ] or DestinationIP[ 184.72.64.0/19 ] or DestinationIP[ 184.72.96.0/19 ] or DestinationIP[184.72.128.0/17] or DestinationIP[ 184.73.0.0/16 ] or DestinationIP[204.236.192.0/18] or DestinationIP[204.236.224.0/19] or DestinationIP[216.182.224.0/21] or DestinationIP[ 216.182.232.0/21 ] or DestinationIP[ 216.182.232.0/22 ] or DestinationIP[ 216.182.238.0/23 ] )

But i Know 40% of My bandwitdh used For instagram and Telegram but in PRTG show me 2% TELEGRAM and less 1% instagram.com

whats wrong ???

Created on Mar 2, 2018 4:52:10 PM by  Ramin Malekghasemi (0) 1

Last change on Mar 5, 2018 8:11:36 AM by  Erhard Mikulik [Paessler Support]



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Hello Ramin,

The flow sensors have a setting to write stream data to disk. This will write the received flows into a csv file into folder StreamLogs located in the probe's data path. Usually this would be "C:\ProgramData\Paessler\PRTG Network Monitor" if not configured otherwise. If the flows are being sent to a remote probe, you need to check the folder there, otherwise on the PRTG server's data-path. With the csv you can verify then the data reported in the flows.

Kind regards,

Erhard

Created on Mar 5, 2018 8:15:06 AM by  Erhard Mikulik [Paessler Support]



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