Re: network analysis tool?
Look at mrtg under 'contrib/net'. This works really nice - running from
crontab, it updates daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly information.
If you want a quick view of it's output see www.egr.msu.edu/~dpk/mrtg
dpk <email@example.com>, Systems/Network | work: 353.4844
Division of Engineering Computing Services | page: 222.5875
On Thu, 4 Dec 1997, Tommy Lakofski wrote:
> I was wondering if there was a debian package that'd let me do the
> I need to get information of bandwidth used over time on our leased ISDN
> link... I could stare at 'netwatch' all day and write down the data (where
> it says ROUTER), but then I wouldn't be able to get any work done. Does
> anyone have any experience with anything like this? Graphical output
> would be ideal, text would be fine too -- something like an average and
> peak bandwidth used over an hour, each hour. I looked over net and admin
> packages but nothing leapt to my attention as being suitable (in bo, at
> least -- hamm bit me and I'm waiting for it to become stable).
> Many, many thanks in advance for any assistance,
> Thomas Lakofski.
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