IP Bandwidth Usage Monitoring Question

Adam Gardner ag at ipfw.net
Mon Oct 20 07:40:40 PDT 2003

Check out ipa in the ports.


Requires a firewall though.

On Mon, 20 Oct 2003, Lowell Gilbert wrote:

> "Jason L. Schwab" <jlschwab at jlschwab.com> writes:
> > 	I have a machine with several ip addresses where users run alot of
> > 	different services, and I am wondeirng if anyone knows a way or
> > 	some recommended software than can monitor the inbound and
> > 	outbound bandwidth usage per ip-address.
> >
> > 	I have SNMPd and MRTG setup, but that just does the entire machine
> > 	as a whole, which is useful also, but I need to know per ip, as
> > 	its one ip per customer for the bigger users, and there the ones
> > 	I need to know, so I can doing billing, etc, etc.
> >
> > 	Let me know you folks thoughts, thanks very much!
> I've never done any of this sort of thing, but
> wouldn't, e.g., mrtg be able to handle this fine
> just by diverting each address of interest over a
> separate divert socket?  It doesn't scale well,
> of course...
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