VLAN stats on Linux
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Is there a way that I can obtain VLAN traffic statistics similar to the statistics provided by “sar –n DEV” or “ifconfig –a” (for physical NICs)? Currently the only way I know to test for VLAN traffic is by using “tcpdump” as root -- and that is not at all what I need.
Also, is there a command to determine the VLANs that are currently configured and are taking traffic?
Thanks! Any help is greatly appreciated!
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