Historical Bandwith/Interface Mbps Usage

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Historical Bandwith/Interface Mbps Usage

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Hello

 

I am struggling to get some very basic data from a Palo Alto Firewall or Panorama appliance.   All answers seem to point to third party solutions. 

 

I would like to get historical bandwidth usage. Pretty much what QoS Statics offers but instead of realtime, I want to be able go back days/weeks.  All I am getting is aggregated data by Application over a period of time which doesn't answer my question since I want to be able to identify the highest spikes in overall traffic by Mbps. 

 

 

 

 

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

Hello,

Unfortunately, 3rd party solutions is the way to go. There are some that are free for a small numbers of things monitored. PRTG is one that I have used in the past, each thig you monitor is a 'sensor', so say a firewall and you monitor 5 interfaces including cpu/ram, this will be 7 sensors. I think its free up to 100 sensors.

While I'm not endorsing a specific product, just using one as an example. Check your regulations/policies to see which one fits and can be used.

 

Regards,

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

Hello,

Unfortunately, 3rd party solutions is the way to go. There are some that are free for a small numbers of things monitored. PRTG is one that I have used in the past, each thig you monitor is a 'sensor', so say a firewall and you monitor 5 interfaces including cpu/ram, this will be 7 sensors. I think its free up to 100 sensors.

While I'm not endorsing a specific product, just using one as an example. Check your regulations/policies to see which one fits and can be used.

 

Regards,

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