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Cli command to show real time traffic of specific user

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Hello All,

 

Is there any way to check how we can identify the user consuming huge bandwidth in real-time. Using Palo alto dashboard we can query the user high bandwidth consumption but it will be after the session is ended. it will not be on real-time.

thanks.

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@Jafar_Hussain,

show report predefined name equal top-users will give you the top-users report in the CLI. You can limit that to a specific timeframe by specifying the start-time and end-time like so show report predefined start-time equal 2019/12/23@08:00:00 end-time equal 2019/12/23@08:45:00 name equal top-users

 

If you need a custom report for this you can run that command in the CLI by building it with the show report custom command and feeding in the proper values

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

Live user session can be seen in session browser.

Also you can see the live Bandwidth traffic in Qos.

 

Also it will show you source user and bytes

 

 

MP

@MP18  thanks for your reply, if the session is ended so is there any way to know via CLI command, which user consumes more bandwidth.

You need to Run the custom reports to see which user consumes more bandwidth.

MP

@Jafar_Hussain,

show report predefined name equal top-users will give you the top-users report in the CLI. You can limit that to a specific timeframe by specifying the start-time and end-time like so show report predefined start-time equal 2019/12/23@08:00:00 end-time equal 2019/12/23@08:45:00 name equal top-users

 

If you need a custom report for this you can run that command in the CLI by building it with the show report custom command and feeding in the proper values

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Thanks BPry its always good to learn something new from you.

MP

@BPry 

 

Thanks. appreciate your response.

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