Is it possible to monitor traffic for unmanaged switch Tags: Switch Monitors Networking Last response: April 27, 2010 2:34 PM in Networking Share Anonymous a b C Monitor March 17, 2010 8:19:25 AM Hello, we have a 24 port unmanaged switch connected to a modem with 2 mbps speed leased line,24 users are connected to that switch, is it possible to monitor the port like who is using more bandwidth? More about : monitor traffic unmanaged switch altometer April 27, 2010 2:34:30 PM Wireshark if you have the traffic running through a central server. But no, you can not identify what ports are using how much data. remember, layer 2 managed switches don't take IP's only Mac adresses, so use ANGRYIPSCANNER and set it to show macs! m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Is it possible to monitor traffic for unmanaged switch Forum SolvedWireless Router To Unmanaged Switch Forum SolvedIs it possible to hook up my laptop to my computer/monitor so I can switch between the two? Forum Solvedneed help in networking multiple unmanaged switch Forum Unmanaged desktop switch for LAN parties? Forum Solvedunmanaged switch not working with one pc Forum SolvedWireless router before or after unmanaged switch? Forum SolvedWireless router with Unmanaged switch? Forum Very High Ping Times to an Unmanaged Switch Forum how many meximum port are available in unmanaged switch Forum SolvedUnmanaged Switches Help? Forum Is it possible to switch secondary monitor between computer and device (PS4)? Forum Dell 2224 unmanaged switch Forum SolvedHow do I connect multiple unmanaged switches to a router? Forum 24-port gigabit unmanaged switch Forum 48 port gigabit unmanaged switch review Forum Auto Configure not working on my unmanaged switch Forum can i use a fibre channel network switch for generalized network traffic? Forum SolvedMonitor network traffic by device Forum Cascading managed and unmanaged switches. Forum More resources Read discussions in other Networking categories Routers Gateways VPN LAN WAN Firewalls Cisco Netgear !