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    Monitor UDP bandwidth

    I have a customer who wants a UDP port opened for an application on his site. Does anybody know of a script that can monitor and record the bandwidth used by a specific port?
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    you can try ItCan.Net Monitor 1.03. it will monitor TCP, UDP and ICMP traffic.
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    That is a neat program. Unfortunately, I should have said that I need a server-side Linux application.

    thanks anyway.
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    You can use iptables to monitor bandwidth on a specific IP. So you could put this customer in a specific dedicated IP and then use iptables to montior his/her total bandiwidth.

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    Check hotscripts.
    Perhaps you will be able to find something there
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    You can try SolarWinds free trial version of Bandwidth Monitoring Software....
    It Monitors and analyzes real-time, in-depth, network performance statistics for routers, switches, wireless access points, servers, and any other SNMP-enabled devices.
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    Monitoring your network traffic leads to improved effective and useful utilization of your enterprise network bandwidth and helps to improve organizational productivity and efficiency.

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    You may apply iptables and monitor bandwidth on a specific IP. So now you can connect the user to a definite and dedicated IP and after that use iptables to monitor his/her total bandwidth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prabhdeep View Post
    You can try SolarWinds free trial version of Bandwidth Monitoring Software....
    It Monitors and analyzes real-time, in-depth, network performance statistics for routers, switches, wireless access points, servers, and any other SNMP-enabled devices.
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