[kwlug-disc] Bandwidth monitoring for individual computers in a home network

Fernando Duran liberosec at yahoo.ca
Mon May 31 11:43:15 EDT 2010



> fprobe, which I mention on the page, does exactly that. My thought was to run ntop on a regular server, and > have only fprobe on the OpenWRT device. 

ntop is very nice, it just tends to crash a lot.

Regarding fprobe, does your router support NetFlow? last time I looked NetFlow was only implemented in Cisco routers and some high-end switches and routers from other brands.

For QoS/traffic shaping you can use the obscure "tc" (traffic control) http://linux-ip.net/articles/Traffic-Control-HOWTO/

Cheers,

Fernando
http://fduran.com 


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