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 From:  Martin Cavanagh <mac24nz at yahoo dot com dot au>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] Traffic Measurement
 Date:  Thu, 09 Dec 2004 08:38:38 +0100
okay so one part is a modification for config.xml - the other file, how 
do i log onto the smoothwall, or do i take the hd out/reburn a cd image, 
with this new 2nd file?


Thanks

Martin
John . wrote:

>http://wiki.m0n0.ch/wikka.php?wakka=HostTracking
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>On Thu, 09 Dec 2004 00:35:35 +0100, Martin Cavanagh
><mac24nz at yahoo dot com dot au> wrote:
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>>A little while ago, you I asked about this - how do I count traffic per
>>ip address.
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>>I understand the easiest way to do this is to have a measuing rule for
>>each ip address - but how do I then extract the data - could you name a
>>specific program? or how do I ssh(or equiv) onto the m0n0wall to copy
>>the logs (and where do i find them?)
>>
>>thanks a m0n0 beginner
>>
>>Martin
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>>John . wrote:
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>>>Much simpler to put in static MAC to IP mapping and firewall rules
>>>that just count traffic for each IP.
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>>>On Thu, 02 Dec 2004 07:14:04 +0100, Mr. listman <savethelist at hotmail dot com> wrote:
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>>>>With m0n0wall alone u won't be able to see exactly whose using how many
>>>>bandwith, my advise here is the add a proxy server next to your m0n0wall,
>>>>and use transparant proxy,
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>>>>ON the proxy server u can then see exactly whose doing what...
>>>>I don't think that u'll also be able to see the exact amount of bandwith
>>>>being used with the proxy either, u might need to use an add-on, ex. we use
>>>>Squid Proxy Server, and ontop of that we have Smart Filter, u can also obt
>>>>for using WebTrends Proxy analyzer or some tool in that catagory to read the
>>>> proxy logs, and u'll see exactly whose using how much of the bandwith...
>>>>
>>>>If u take the route, u'll either need to mark you pc's with specific names
>>>>or ip addreses, unless u are using MS ISA server, which u can tie into the
>>>>domain, and see exactly whose login name was doing what..
>>>>
>>>>hope this little info helped
>>>>
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>>>>>From: Martin Cavanagh <mac24nz at yahoo dot com dot au>
>>>>>To: m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
>>>>>Subject: [m0n0wall] Traffic Measurement
>>>>>Date: Thu, 02 Dec 2004 00:12:42 +0100
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>>>>>I'm trying to get control of an outofcontrol student hostel DSL connection.
>>>>>We have 10 people using the connection, its fast, but its not fast
>>>>>enough, because lots of the people here are using p2p.  I've migrated to
>>>>>m0n0wall because I found that bandwidth control didn't come easy in
>>>>>smoothwall.  Everything so far sounds good & normal.
>>>>>
>>>>>But i would also like to be able to see, who uses the data cap and how much
>>>>>they use.  That is, we have 60GB per month or we have to pay more per
>>>>>month, so we are quite motivated to keep it within the threshold.  Our ISP
>>>>>allows us to check how much we have used, but I would like to be able to
>>>>>see which user inside our LAN uses the data cap (I expect to be one of the
>>>>>worst culprits...)
>>>>>
>>>>>Is there a mod for m0n0wall for this - or is there a way to measure
>>>>>outgoing traffic from the m0nowall over SNMP packets or anything?
>>>>>
>>>>>Your thoughts would be appreciated
>>>>>
>>>>>Thanks
>>>>>
>>>>>Martin
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