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Hey all!!

Here's a good one for you :)

I want to be able to watch the amount of bandwidth an IP or Class of IP's uses..

What hardware / software can I get for linux that will do this for me?

Thanx all
Andrew
q@qonline.com.au

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There are two ways you could do this. First you could use radius and write some scripts that will analyse the log-files and then tailor the scripts to output the stats for a range of ip's.

I will discuss this with you tomorrow and the other options available tomorrow. Sorry I didn't call back today but I will call you first thing in the morning and talk about his and the mail issue previously discussed,

Regards,

Jason
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