Does Redhat Linux 4.5 has nethogs inettop iftop installed by default

My Redhat Linux box acts as gateway for files transfer between
my organization & another remote organization (which also has
a single point files transfer gateway)

Sometimes the network traffic shot up, so wondering are the best
ways to find out who & which programs are using up the bandwidth?
& if it's ftp protocol, I wud need to know the sender & recipient too

Is Redhat Linux 4.5 comes installed with nethogs inettop & iftop tools?
If not, where can I download copies that can be run straight away
(without compilation) & are they free of charge?




1)netstat -t -u –c   (show continuously tcp & udp traffics)
 
 
For 2-4, not sure if we hv the tools installed
 
2) nethogs (shows a list of the top processes which use network bandwidth)
 
3) jnettop (shows a list of the top connections)
 
4) iftop (shows a list of the top connections, with bandwidth bars)
 
 
5) netstat --tcp --numeric
 
6) netstat –i
 
7) netstat --statistics –raw
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Monis MontherSystem ArchitectCommented:
1- No they don't come installed by default

2- Check this site for RPMs that you can easily download and install

http://rpm.pbone.net/

Click on advanced search and select the check boxes for RHEL4, CentOS4, Fedora 4,5 and others.
 Type the package name and hit search.

Good luck
Kerem ERSOYPresidentCommented:
Hi,

Nethogs is an open source program and free. But I'm afraid you2ll need to compile it because readily available RPMS are only for RHEL 5 not RHEL 4.

You need to compile it. You can find it here: http://nethogs.sourceforge.net/

iftop is another Open Source free program. Yo can get the RPM's for your hardware here:
http://packages.sw.be/iftop/ 

Please select i386 or x64_86 architecture for you.

Jnottop is also open source and free you can get it here: http://rpm.pbone.net/index.php3?stat=3&search=jnettop-debuginfo&srodzaj=3

All three of them does not come with the installation media you need the download and install from respective providers.

Cheers,
K.

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sunhuxAuthor Commented:

http://rpm.pbone.net/     is broken (can't connect)


I would still like an rpm (ready to install)  for nethogs
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Monis MontherSystem ArchitectCommented:
Kerem ERSOYPresidentCommented:
> http://rpm.pbone.net/     is broken (can't connect)
>
>
> I would still like an rpm (ready to install)  for nethogs

I have presented current and working links for all the programs in my note http://#33926887

Yeah I want two Rolls-Royces but come on the reality is nobody has compiled it for RHEL4.5 which will be ending support soon.

Cheers,
K.
sunhuxAuthor Commented:

good
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