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    Red face Network Traffic Management Tools

    Yeah. There's a lot of traffic running through all the wires and through the air at my place.
    Lately I've been looking for a good tool for monitoring ALL my traffic on one machine. Means if I have traffic running through my virtual machine (Windows), that traffic shoul be counted as well.
    The tool should measure up- as well as download and be able to give a warning when reaching a certain traffic limit.


    Tell me which tools are "best". A neat graphical interface wouldn't hurt as well.

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    Default Re: Network Traffic Management Tools

    Not sure it meets all those requirements but

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    Hi.
    I mostly use iptraf and iftop. When you want a nice gui try bandwidthd. Ksysguard shows a plot of upstream an downstream as well. Unfortunately, none of the tools mentioned can send a warning, I think.

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    Um... that's not good. I really need a great tool with warning ability. I'm still trying a few products. If someone else comes up with a good solution - always welcome to hear.

    Others might get interested too. Please don't hesitate to post. ^^
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    Um... I feel like I need to push this. I am still looking forward for a great hint on a piece of software that spits out a warning when reaching a certain limit.
    Does any of the above have a warning feature?

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    Default Re: Network Traffic Management Tools

    Guys, I am sad to need to force this topic again.
    I am looking for the following (but can't find it anywhere):

    A network traffic monitor that...
    -spits out a warning when reaching a certain traffic limit
    -is able to monitor up- as well as downloads
    -has a good GUI
    -saves stats automatically and...
    -summs up weekly, monthly and yearly totals.
    -it should be easy to configure and be compatible with the KDE environment

    Please take a look at NETMETER, an awesome tool for windows users to see what I am talking about here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMask View Post
    Guys, I am sad to need to force this topic again.
    I am looking for the following (but can't find it anywhere):

    A network traffic monitor that...
    -spits out a warning when reaching a certain traffic limit
    -is able to monitor up- as well as downloads
    -has a good GUI
    -saves stats automatically and...
    -summs up weekly, monthly and yearly totals.
    -it should be easy to configure and be compatible with the KDE environment

    Please take a look at NETMETER, an awesome tool for windows users to see what I am talking about here.

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    ram88: Raised your reputation. Thanks for that post.

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    UPDATE: The program really looks awesome and seems to be just like what I need. FOR LINUX. *cry*
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMask View Post
    UPDATE: The program really looks awesome and seems to be just like what I need. FOR LINUX. *cry*
    I think, I'll keep writing more HOW-TOs.

    ps.:I've stared to write an interface for it in Java.
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