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Re: Bandwidth Monitoring by IP

  • From: Tatsuya Kawasaki
  • Date: Thu Jun 20 09:08:39 2002

Dan,
it  depend...
if you turned off snmp  on host, then you should be able to monitor not
neceessary  control.. for unix box, I am sure there is way to control as
well.
if you are using cisco, then there is a command called traffic-shape will
allow to restrict outbound traffic to the host .. :-)

Tatsuya


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Tatsuya Kawasaki
Allegiance Internet
Phone 800.581.8711  Fax  240.616.2414
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On Thu, 20 Jun 2002, Mitchell, Dan wrote:

> Date: Thu, 20 Jun 2002 08:48:34 -0400
> From: "Mitchell, Dan" <Dan.Mitchell@hosting.com>
> To: "'nanog@merit.edu'" <nanog@merit.edu>
> Subject: Bandwidth Monitoring by IP
>
>
> Hi all,
>
> Does anyone know of a low-cost solution for monitoring bandwidth by IP?  My
> original thought was 1 switch port = 1 IP, but in the case of virtual IP's
> on a single port, that just wouldn't work.  I'm seeing more and more of a
> demand for a basic BW report by IP, so our customers can bill their customer
> accordingly.
>
> Any recommendations?
>
> Thanks,
> Dan
>
> Dan Mitchell
> Internet Systems Engineer - Boston
> AllegianceInternet / Hosting.com
> 781.478.1857 Direct Line
> dan.mitchell@hosting.com
>





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