I have the same problem, i could see the graph of bandwith of each
pipe and queue in the
So far i'm using the next command (from a linux box):
# lynx -dump -auth admin:password
Lynx is a text browser for the World Wide Web.
The command complete that i use is:
# watch -n1 'lynx -dump -auth admin:password
watch - is a linux command that execute a program periodically,
showing output fullscreen
with "watch" the command is refresh each 1 second and i can see de
consume in the second column.
i guess that is posible make a script that read this parameter and
after graphic it (like: iftop or bwm-ng)
On 10/16/06, Zadikem, Travis <tzadikem at picosecond dot com> wrote:
> I would like a program or something (fairly cheap and efficient) to see where our bandwidth is
going by IP. I currently don't see this in m0n0wall. I only see graphing by WAN, LAN. Can someone
please recommend a product(s). I am asking because I want to find out what is really hogging ours.
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