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Hello All, I am looking into a solution and software whereby I can redirect all network traffics through it and have a good control over who is using how much ...
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    best bandwidth monitoring


    Hello All,

    I am looking into a solution and software whereby I can redirect all network traffics through it and have a good control over who is using how much bandwidth and monitor the daily usage

    what are the available softwares that you recommand which has a flexibility and scalibility

    I am not looking for something very complex but rather professional and maybe easy to implement. for example i rather use postfix as opposed to sendmail

    any ideas?

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    ntop maybe?
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    ntop is a bandwidth monitoring and doesn't give u an option to throttle and shape

    Any ideas of any free software that can do that ?

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    what about master shaper, is it a good program?

    it does some graphs and ...

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