An easier way to do this would be to just parse the results returned by the
It contains the amount of bandwidth passed through each interface.
Although if you want more detailed information you could use iptables or
have a "tcpdump" running in the background.
Unfortunately I have tried only the first (easier and faster) way of
obtaining the bandwidth, so if you do find some way of getting that from
iptables, please let us know.
From: Rajkumar [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Friday, September 12, 2003 1:02 AM
Can anybody help me how to build a firewall on a debian system.i want to
implement a firewall and a system which will let me know about how to
find out who is using how much bandwidth which will be by finding on the
basis of the ip address.
thank you !
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