Show bandwidth usage by IP address (through pf)
olli at lurza.secnetix.de
Thu Oct 8 08:24:28 UTC 2009
Maxim Khitrov <mkhitrov at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have pf filtering traffic to our network. Is there any easy way to
> see the current bandwidth usage sorted by ip? Someone is using up
> almost 100% of total bandwidth and parsing "pfctl -ss -v" isn't
> getting me anywhere.
The trafshow tool (ports/net/trafshow) does exactly that.
The nice thing about it is that it accepts the same filter
expressions that tcpdump accepts, so you can easily filter
by ports, addresses, interfaces, protocols and so on.
It works independent from your packet filter, so it doesn't
matter whether you use pf, ipf, ipfw or none at all.
If you want to see the amount of accumulated traffic (i.e.
since boot) per interface and per IP address, the commands
"netstat -i" and "netstat -ib" will tell that (in packets
and in bytes, respectively).
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