Re: per IP billing
I have ip tables running and i did a test with the -c flag but i get the
proxy:/home# iptables -A INPUT -s 10.10.1.31 -i eth0 -c ACCEPT
iptables v1.2.4: -c requires packet and byte counter
What am i missing ? where do i get a packet and byte counter ??
Antropov Anton wrote:
The simplest way - is to LOG packets using IPTABLES.
My friends from Internet-provider are doing so.
Another way is to use proxy-servers (like SQUID).
Know this is a bit off subject but dose anybody know any good programs
to use for monitoring Megabytes per IP address. What i want to do is
have a LAN and be able to get data on how many MB each host downloaded
for billing purposes.