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Jeezoflip

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Hey, does anyone know of any apps for os x to monitor a remote servers network traffic? i have a webserver running ubuntu and would like to monitor its traffic in real time.

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annnnyone?!

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You have to do this on the server side...

professional way: mrtg
easy way: ntop
(both via http)

for console: ifconfig, but there are also ncurses apps that visualize the in/output

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thank u, i installed and am using ntop on my server.

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What about traffic monitoring i recommended use ProteMac Meter.It's prog helps me  alot)

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When a range of frames is saved to a capture file, the numbers associated with the frames are changed; in a capture file, frame numbers always begin with 1, regardless of the number associated with the original frame. Similarly, if you apply a display filter, and then save the filtered frames, the frame numbers in the capture file begin with 1. If, however, you use the Print to File option in the Print dialog box, the original frame numbers associated with the frames are preserved.





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