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Hi, I'm currently using a router inside my LAN for internet access. But I've a volume-based internet access, so I'm forced to record all internet traffic, wheather it's in or ...
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    Internet traffic monitor for Gnome/KDE


    Hi,
    I'm currently using a router inside my LAN for internet access.
    But I've a volume-based internet access, so I'm forced to record all internet traffic, wheather it's in or out.
    Actually, I've used iptraf before, but unfortunately it's a bit too pedantically (enter admin-pw, set up the options, copy traffic, paste in file) .

    => Is there a good internet traffic-monitor tool available for Gnome/KDE? It should have filtering options, the LAN-traffic is not interesting ...

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    Well what kind of information do you need?
    Obviously source, destination, time, etc. but is there anythings specific that you want to make sure is recorded?
    -lakerdonald

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    I only need the traffic stats:

    internet traffic (all) OUT
    internet traffic (all) IN

    Time would be nice, but traffic is more important. Do you know some handsome programs for that?

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