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bandwidth ulitization application

Posted on 2011-09-28
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hi,

Lately, there's a utilization (outbound) sugre that's happening, I'm thinking I need a tool that can be run on a linux box to show utilization?

Something that can produce bandwidth utilization by protocol, source, destination.


Cheers!
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What about using ntop?
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if you want a console app with lots of analysis options try "iptraf"
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