[CentOS] monitor invidiual client (PC) network traffic to server?

Adrian Joian adrian.joian at gmail.com
Wed Jan 7 22:40:46 UTC 2009


Setup iptables rules on the server side for each client and extract the
data from there, draw graphics with rrdtool. Another software that you
can use is ntop. For bandwidthd grab the src rpm from a fedora 10 repo
and recompile it.

Best regards,

Tim Nelson wrote:
> ----- "mcclnx mcc" <mcclnx at yahoo.com.tw> wrote:
>> We have DELL servers with CENTOS 3 and 4 installed. Application is
>> client/server type.
>> Does there has way monitor invidual client (PC) network traffic to
>> server?
>> Thanks.
> Have a look at bandwidthd. It will show your traffic by IP address in multiple time increments. It is not present in the standard CentOS or rpmforge repos IIRC. However, its trivial to setup.
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