Re: [NTISP] Another traffic monitor question

Dale E. Reed Jr. ( (no email) )
Mon, 15 Feb 1999 22:43:10 -0800

postmaster wrote:
> That's exactly what PacMon was designed for
> Checkout the no-charge PacMon demo download at
> PacMon measures and logs bandwidth usage by IP address

Its gives BSOD here on Win2K. :( I'll have to try it on another box.
However, my subnet is a partial class C that I want to test it on
(.16-.32), whichs means the demo won't do anything for me, from what
I understand. Can the demo do the first two ips in the subnet
rather than just .1 and .2?

Whats the output of the information like? And thoughts on an
ODBC interface? :)

> regards
> Abraxis
> ___________
> At 03:23 PM 2/15/99 -0800, you wrote:
> >We need to monitor the traffic (but not shape it) based on IP addresses.
> >Some IP addresses are to Co-located boxes and some are to IIS servers. We
> >have a Cisco 2500 series router with a single T1. I tried MRTG but it can
> >only tell me total traffic. Not traffic by IP address. I looked into
> >Packeteer but it's too much cash. Anyone know of other solutions?
> >
> >-John-
> >
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