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Network_M
Collaborator

How can I see internet traffic?

Sometimes our Internet is becoming very slow.

Every time we have to search and ask who is downloading big files and find them.

After that, internet is becoming normal.

How can I see online list of IP addresses and download rate in Checkpoint?

Thank you.

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G_W_Albrecht
Champion
Champion

Can you please add the model / version / deployment of your GW ? Usually, such inmformation can be seen in CPview on the GAiA CLI.

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Network_M
Collaborator

CP 5100 series, R80.10.

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G_W_Albrecht
Champion
Champion

So did you try CPview yet ?

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Network_M
Collaborator

Do you mean by entering TunnelMode in SmartView, and entering CPview?

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G_W_Albrecht
Champion
Champion

I mean: connect to the GW CLI using ssh and issuing cpview...

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Network_M
Collaborator

1. If I have 2 GWs, should I connect to each other seperately?

2. Is there any way not using CLI mode? Because I dont want to work in CLI mode.

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G_W_Albrecht
Champion
Champion

You can also use SmartEvent Reports if you have it licensed. But CLI is much, much better...

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Network_M
Collaborator

Can you explain steps please?

1. Log into the CP GW by any kind of client like Putty.

2. Type username and password.

2. Write "cpview" ?

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G_W_Albrecht
Champion
Champion

Find the complete details here:sk101878: CPView Utility

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Network_M
Collaborator

I have read it. I have no experience working with CLI, that is why I asked for steps.

And that is why I wanted detailed steps: switching into expert mode, writing cpview etc.

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G_W_Albrecht
Champion
Champion

So you better go through theCheck Point For Beginners Lectures Series and take a Linux class...

Timothy_Hall
Champion
Champion

SSH/Putty into your active clustered firewall (checked with "cphaprob stat" command) and run cpview.  Use the arrow keys to navigate to Network...Top Connections which will show you the top 10 connections consuming the most bandwidth in real  time.

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Michael_Zanczew
Participant

When I issue the command cpview, I do not see "Navigate".  I have Overview, SysInfo, Traffic, I/S, and Software-Blades across the top.  I went through each one of them, and could not find it.  I too would like to be able to find the top connections.

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PhoneBoy
Admin
Admin

According to the cpview SK, this feature was added in R77.30.

I personally am not seeing it in R80.20 (with the older kernel).

I haven't had a chance to check with other versions.

In the meanwhile, those of you who can't see this in cpview, it'd be helpful if you mentioned the version on this post and opened a TAC SR (share the # in private with me).

Marek_Pietrulew
Participant

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Michael_Zanczew
Participant

I am running 77.20, so I guess that makes sense why I do not see it.

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Gaurav_Pandya
Advisor

Hi,

If you have enabled Application & URL filtering blade and license to smart event then you can run a report for Top applications.

Smart reporter is also helpful.

Network_M
Collaborator

It can also be viewed in SmartView Monitor:

Logs and Monitor ---> Tunnel and User monitoring --> SmartView Monitor --> Traffic --> Top sources, top destinations, top connections, etc. 

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