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Hello Experts,

My infrastructure is

Cisco Hardware appliance
Dell Server installed with ESXi

My infrastructure hosting provider dose not count the bandwidth for individual IPs. They give us bandwidth for all the IP blocks belong to us. So, installing PLESK or cPANEL addressed issue. But the problem comes when we selling dedicated server without any O/S.

So is there software that can be install to to manage these kind of hosting environments ?

Please advise ?
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I do believe that you can do that using mrtg or cisco directly, have you tried using nbar.
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Cisco is not fully under our management, so nbar is not capable right ?

So only options would be mrtg
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yes MRTG is the way
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thanks !
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