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I have a rhel 5.5 server and i have got almost 1000 machines data going through t.nw wht i need s tht i want to see wht ports t other ...
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    Thumbs down Monitoring wht goes out and in?


    I have a rhel 5.5 server and i have got almost 1000 machines data going through t.nw wht i need s tht i want to see wht ports t other users are using while going through my pc! M totally out f ideas? Can nagios help?r ny other suggestns s
    There is nothing impossible, for everything is possible; the impossible only takes a bit longer than the possible.

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    THIS IS NOT TEXTING! Please spell out your words as trying to read what you have typed is not easy.

    You can use iftop to see the traffic is one example.bwm-ng would/could be another.

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    sorry. thanks
    There is nothing impossible, for everything is possible; the impossible only takes a bit longer than the possible.

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    netstat -an can show you the connections on your computer, for example if someone from IP 10.10.10.1 is hitting your webserver, you'd see that in the output of netstat -an.

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