FreeBSD tool for network bandwidthmeasure ?
charlie at schluting.com
Wed Aug 6 09:40:48 PDT 2003
If you have perl installed,
Or, you can do:
chmod 744 curnet.pl and the just run it:
The output should look like this:
Current Bandwidth Utilization: IN: [ 46.10 Kb/sec] OUT: [ 23.95 Kb/sec]
On Wed, 6 Aug 2003, DanB wrote:
> How do you run this scriipt?
> Charlie Schluting wrote:
> > > On Mon, Aug 04, 2003 at 10:34:20PM -0700, dt wrote:
> > >
> > > > Is there any standard (or non) FreeBSD tool that is used to measure a
> > > > current network throughput/bandwidth? And also, what are the
> > > > requirements to do so, and do I need to be root to run, or do I need to
> > > > load a special kernel module?
> > A great person in #freebsd gave me a neat little script once.. sorry, I
> > don't remember who it was.
> > I edited it a tiny bit, to attempt Solaris support and to make the
> > results easier to read, but it still doesn't like the solaris netstat.
> > Anyways, it doesn't require any super user access.
> > http://cheshire.cat.pdx.edu/curnet.pl
> > Oh, and while you're there, check this out: (it updates every 30 secs)
> > http://ourmon.cat.pdx.edu/ourmon/
> > --Charlie
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