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Bandwidth monitor on gane server (port based)

Posted on 2004-09-06
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Hi all,

I'm looking for a "not to difficult" tool that can create a graph and/or table of the bandwidth usage based on a certain port.
On our game server we have 5 games, all on the same IP addres but with a different port. I want to know how much bandwith each instance of that game uses.

I know of the existance of tools like Nagios, Netsaint, mrtg, etc ... but wich is the best/easiest. There should defenately be a web interface you configuration.

Thanks
Filips
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this is a software for easy configuration and easy instalation. check that

http://bandwidthd.sourceforge.net/


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Thanks for the answer. I had a look and it looks OK.
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