Re: Package to represent network traffic

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On Sun, 2006-07-02 at 15:32, Aaron Konstam wrote:

> > I once had an installed package that gave a graphical representation of 
> > traffic on the network, but I can't remember its name.  I've tried searching 
> > yum with a few guesses, without success.  Can anyone help?

> I think the package you want is called mrtg and is part of the
> distribution FC4 and FC5.

Mrtg will pull the traffic info via snmp from remote systems
and routers.  It is easier to use with a tool like cacti that
provides a web interface for the setup:

You can watch your local interface and other system counters
with gkrellm.

  Les Mikesell

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