Tracking WAN usage in Traffic Tables

Franco Nogarin ( )
Fri, 21 Feb 1997 14:12:08 -0700

Sorry Dale, that was meant to be light humor, but seriously, no. Peter Sang
is not the only one out there who needs to track Lan based traffic with
emerald. I am faced with a situation where I have a RadioCard WAN on a
ferquency of 902 Mhz, this WAN simply requires for a client to have an
antenna and a card and bingo they have 2 Mbits per second access to an
internet provider, no digital modems no private line nothing, but it is a
tracking nightmare. How do I bill? I cant. So I bill a current flat rate
based on suspected use. If I were to track the traffic by IP in emerald, I
could bill the flate rate plus megabyte usage. I have a livingston IRX
router, in the box, sitting here waiting for me to come up with a solution.
I wish to use the router and emerald to track just the RadioWan Traffic. I
think that peter and I are the only two who are intrested, at least he is
the only other one I have ever had communications with (besides you) about
tracking lan usage. Sorry If I beat on you at a bad time, let me rephrase
that, Consider me waving like an idiot, hoping that a breifly mention
possibility for tracking might actually be a reality, I dont expect it
would be a priorty with only 2 people on the list even intrested, but if
the backbone is there and not in use, I considered experimenting myself,
but of course I have no Idea what your plans are for it so I was not to
quick to mess around, not enjoying the last time I had to undo my
experiments because a table became active.

Handing you a pink panther band-aid
Franco Nogarin

From: Dale E. Reed Jr. <>
Subject: Re: Traffic Tables
Date: Friday, February 21, 1997 1:30 PM

Franco Nogarin wrote:
> Consider me beating on you as well <grin>

Ok, so everyone is beating me up on a feature, that I
honestly don't believe anyone except Peter Sang is capable of
using. Is everyone in fact in a consortium I am un aware of using
the traffic capabilities?

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