|File Search||Catalog||Content Search|
Each IP address that has moved any significant volume of traffic has its own graph. The graphs are color coded to help you figure out at a glance if your user is surfing the web, or surfing Kazaa.
Bandwidthd is targeted to run on my routing platforms. It is very low overhead. Easily graphing small business traffic on a 133Mhz Elan 486 every 2.5 minutes. My entire ISP (2000-3000 IP addresses across 4 states) is graphed on a Celeron 450 every 10 minutes.
Programmed by David Hinkle, Commissioned by DerbyTech of Illinois. Special thanks goes to Brice Beaman at firstname.lastname@example.org for releasing the software, testing and debugging, Blaze at email@example.com for his excellent logo, Andreas Henriksson for polishing, testing, fixing, and all the guys at havok for distributing clue. #### LISCENCE # You may use this software under any version of the GPL more»
2.0.1 Big Feature - Added optional postgresql database logging mode and php for dynamic graph creation from databases. Great for big sites, multiple sensors with very low overhead collect traffic statistics and log them to database. Graphs are created when a user visits the page instead of burning CPU cycles night and day. Logging/Multiple sensor support is completed. Big Feature - Impl more»
Move output modules to forked section Config switches for sample intervals and graphing ranges # Features requested by people, I make a note of them here in case myself # or someone else wants to come along and implement them. Stoilis: List of IP's to exclude from the page Switch to hide all ip addresses Me: Switch to only graph traffic not to and from the local network (internet traffic only) more»