[cod] Bandwidth measurement
morpheus at clantoc.org
Wed Jan 7 16:54:23 EST 2009
I'll need quite some time to understand the doc it seems ;)
I have not read all the manual yet (in my bed almost asleep), but is
there some additional tools already existing to present the results of
monitoring with, to say, a web page ?
escapedturkey a écrit :
> iptraf is very good. I use it all the time. Once you mess around with
> it, you'll know why it's recommended. :)
> |T-OC|Morpheus|:.Web wrote:
>> What a detailed answer ^^
>> I'm also interested in this kind of tool (I knew about MRTG, but it's
>> for the entire machine), can you describe it or give a good link,
>> please ?
>> Ronny Schedel a écrit :
>>> ----- Original Message -----
>>> *From:* Walker <mailto:walkertje at gmail.com>
>>> *To:* cod at icculus.org <mailto:cod at icculus.org>
>>> *Sent:* Wednesday, January 07, 2009 9:58 PM
>>> *Subject:* [cod] Bandwidth measurement
>>> Hi all,
>>> I am not an ISP, just someone with a dedicated server for our clan.
>>> I would like to know if it is possible to measure the actual
>>> bandwidth being used by (for instance) 1 gameserver. (we are
>>> running more). I'm using CentOS 5. Are there any tools out there
>>> doing this?
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