Re: How to monitor interface traffic usage per source?
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On 08/04/11 16:24, Roman Khomasuridze wrote:
> Hello kind people!
> Not sure if Subject describes what I want but I'll try to explain
> (sorry, English isn't my native language, so bare with me, please).
> I am running Debian Squeeze as a proxy server with Squid on top. It
> serves as proxy to more than 500 users..
> What I want to do, is to monitor traffic usage PER user. Of course I can
> get total traffic usage from Cacti, Nagios, Zenoss, but I am unable to
> determine what traffic uses each user.
> I am aware of Lightsquid, but this doesn't quite fit my needs...
try dansguardian, it's creating very nice reports per user
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