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Getting Bytes count for a NAT user

Posted on 2004-08-04
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Hi,

I have a RedHat Linux 9 server for sharing our Internet connection. we use iptables for firewalling and NAT and squid for cache.

I wanted to check that is there any way by which I can check the amount of bytes in/out for any IP address in my network. The value shall be able to reset when I want to reset it individually.

Thanks in advance
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Question by:abhinaysinha
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abhinaysinha,

This will do what I think you are asking for but its 200$

http://www.filehungry.com/index.php?action=viewitemdetails&id=30063

Marakush
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by:abhinaysinha
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ok. is there any free one available
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Okay i did a search on freshmeat here are the results the first two look good...

http://freshmeat.net/search/?q=iptables+IP+§ion=projects&Go.x=15&Go.y=6


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