This might be a long shot, but figure I post and see.
I have a VIP client that when they try to do certain things, it maxes out their 500Mb Internet connection.
I've enabled Top Talker on their Cisco ISR4331, and I know Top Talker is a real time application only.
Is there a way I can get the data to some kind of log file? like have the Cisco convert it to TopTalker.csv and tftp to pull it?
Or maybe use a program like PRTG or Solarwinds to reflect what Source/Destination IPs with the amount of bandwidth on each conversation?
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you could use an EEM applet such as the one below (which runs every 60 seconds):
event manager applet TOP_TALKERevent timer watchdog time 60action 0.1 info type routernameaction 1.0 cli command "enable"action 2.0 cli command "show ip flow top-talkers"action 3.0 file open fh flash0:top_talkers.csv waction 4.0 file write fh "$_cli_result"action 5.0 file close fhaction 6.0 cli command "copy flash0: tftp" pattern "Address"action 7.0 cli command "w.x.y.z" pattern "filename"action 8.0 cli command "$_info_routername-top_talkers_$_event_pub_sec"action 9.0 syslog priority informational msg "Top Talker file written to TFTP server!"
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>Or maybe use a program like PRTG or Solarwinds to reflect what Source/Destination IPs with the amount of bandwidth on each conversation?
- That is probably the best option
Thank you both for the information.
I'll try it out and see what happens!
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