How can I compute or estimate bandwidth in entrance ISPs?

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Can anyone tell me how can I calculate or estimate bandwidth in ISP's entrance ?
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Network traffic analysis is primarily done to get in-depth insight into what type of traffic/network packets or data is flowing through a network. Typically, network traffic analysis is done through a network bandwidth monitoring software/application. For example: Solarwinds, PRTG, etc.

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  • ToddN2000
    Not sure I understand this. Can you elaborate further?
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  • afshinhl
    thank you for respond.
    how to calculate a allocated bandwidth in ISP entrance. the bandwidth in ISP entrance is about several GHz.
    It is calculated by what tool or software?
    Is this software is Prtg?
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  • Harisheldon
    For what business purpose would you need to know the bandwidth of an incoming ISP? All you would need to do is contact the ISP itself and ask.
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  • CharlieBrowne

    Regarding your question "What is Prtg"

    Here is a link for you

    https://www.paessler.com/prtg

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  • afshinhl
    Internet supplier company, gives the Internet less than agree to the ISP.  How can measure the amount of an internet that Internet supplier company gives to ISP?
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