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What i need is to identify the internal source address using X amount of outbound traffic, and where the traffic is going (a domain or ip)

Currently, i have configured an "ip accounting" on my Fastehternet interface, where the source of the traffic its the public ip itself. I need also to identify the internal address where the packet is going from.


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Possible solution, Netflow, is here

I am using Netflow myself, but mostly for Cisco ASA firewalls.

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up vote 1 down vote accepted

Netflow only gives me data of traffic per protocol.

I've used "ip accounting" command to solve this.

conf t ip accounting interface output-packets exit


show ip accounting

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