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ottavio
2012-07-18, 10:05
hi,

how can i check on a R75
the throughput on each interface
via command line?

thanks,

regards

attila.peter.hu
2012-07-19, 14:37
Hello

Try this:
sar -n DEV 1 3

Regards,
Attila Peter

ottavio
2012-07-20, 03:20
Hello

Try this:
sar -n DEV 1 3

Regards,
Attila Peter

[Expert@fw-alpha]# sar -n DEV 1 3
bash: sar: command not found


:-(

northlandboy
2012-07-20, 21:41
Use SNMP and an NMS.

bmolnar
2012-07-23, 10:57
Use SNMP and an NMS.
I agree. Free SNMP utilities like MRTG and Cacti should be able to accomplish this task. The built-in Linux tools will only show the physical link speed that was negotiated on an interface

daz306td
2012-07-24, 05:35
I dont know how supported it is put I came across bmon bmon - Banwdith Monitor (http://www.infradead.org/~tgr/bmon/)

Yasushi Kono
2012-07-31, 15:20
Might not be quite what you expected, but you could check the interface activity with "fw stat -l". I do not have a Check Point testing environment right now (too lazy to install one at this time), but I am pretty sure that there is a cpstat command with all those statistics.

m_1607
2012-08-01, 04:52
Using Cacti would be best option.