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Re: Traffic Monitoring

I use ipac-ng for iptables and a webfrontend to query it. Unfortunately i forgot
the name. It's quiet easy to setup, it doesn't affect your firewall rules (e.g.
shorewall) and works with 2.2 and 2.4 kernel.


Quoting Jeremy Lunn <jeremy@austux.net>:

> I think the only reliable solution is to have a counter that is reset
> when you query it.  Can SNMP support that?
> Iptables could be one way of doing it.  If you ivoke the iptabeles
> command with -v then you get verbrose output, which includes byte
> counters then -x to sure the exact value of numbers instead of say 100K
> and -Z will reset the counter.  I'm not sure what exists in the way of
> an iptables perl module.
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