Re: bandwidth question

2004-08-03 Thread adrian kok
Dear Chuck I tried mrtg in net-mgmt before. but the graphic only supports max 10M. I read newsgroup and don't know how to make it in 1000M I am just upgrading the lease line from 100M to 1000M and know where to get software to monitor on it Thank you very much --- Chuck Swiger [EMAIL

Re: bandwidth question

2004-08-03 Thread adrian kok
Dear Sir Thank you for your help Can dummynet apply in router also? I run the freebsd as router I saw doc about dummynet is in bridge in the freebsd handbook Thank yo again --- Wojciech Puchar [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Can you tell me

Re: bandwidth question

2004-08-03 Thread Alex Moundalexis
Then you didn't search too far. MRTG can easily be adapted to display link speeds of any value. Read up on the MRTG documentation, specifically MaxBytes values. - Alex web: http://www.moundalexis.com On Tue, 3 Aug 2004 03:24:27 +0800 (CST), adrian kok [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dear Chuck I

Re: bandwidth question

2004-08-01 Thread adrian kok
Hi Can you tell me in details? I need the bandwidth software to create graph in 1G Thank you --- Wojciech Puchar [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hi all Do you know there is bandwidth software to support Giga ethernet? same place where

Re: bandwidth question

2004-08-01 Thread Chuck Swiger
adrian kok wrote: Can you tell me in details? Sure-- if you ask a specific question, you will get a detailed answer. I need the bandwidth software to create graph in 1G Your question is unclear. You may be asking about drivers for gigabit ethernet NICs (see man gx, man bge, man sk). Or maybe

Re: bandwidth question

2004-08-01 Thread DrVince
On Sun, 1 Aug 2004 06:42:42 +0800 (CST), adrian kok wrote Do you know there is bandwidth software to support Giga ethernet? What do you mean by bandwidth sortware? DrVince ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: bandwidth question

2004-08-01 Thread Wojciech Puchar
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Can you tell me in details? I need the bandwidth software to create graph in 1G quite unclear question. you ipfw to create counters for what you need, read it regularly (cron etc.), then process data to greate some graphs etc. (maybe gnuplot).

Re: bandwidth question

2004-07-31 Thread Wojciech Puchar
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hi all Do you know there is bandwidth software to support Giga ethernet? same place where it is to support fast ethernet. Thank you very much ___ Do You Yahoo!? Get your

Re: Bandwidth Question

2003-07-03 Thread Nucking Futs
In ports under Net there is IPFM i haven't played with it yet but it is supposed to do some of what you are looking for. Do a google search and you can find the homepage of the author. I would be interested in any information you find out on this subject. Greg From: Chris [EMAIL

Re: Bandwidth Question

2003-07-03 Thread Patrick O'Reilly
From: Chris [EMAIL PROTECTED] I was wondering what is the best way to limit bandwidth to a set of IP addresses? I've read some about dummynet. Would this be the preffered tool to use? Yes - dummynet must be used in conjunction with ipfw. ipfw is for firewalling, but you can use it to