IP bandwidth usage collector?
pbradford at adelphia.net
Sun Sep 26 12:11:51 UTC 1999
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Paul A. Bradford voice: 814-274-6751
Network Engineer FAX: 814-274-0780
Adelphia Cable Communications, Inc. e-mail: paul at adelphia.net
On Sun, 26 Sep 1999, Joe McGuckin wrote:
> We run a perl program that captures snmp output from our switches every
> 5mon and stores the samples into a mysql database.
> gashalot at gashalot.com wrote:
> > This might be a little off topic, but I run a fairly large network, and
> > we sell dedicated servers to clients. All of the dedicated machines are
> > connected to our network of Cisco 2924XL-M Catalyst switches. I would
> > like to be able to collect bandwidth usage statistics for their ports
> > that way I can easily bill them for overage, and I don't want to have to
> > install anything on the machines themselves to remove the threat of
> > tampering.
> > Does anyone know of a package that does this? Or would it just be best
> > to write some quick Perl hack to pull the bytecounter out of the Cisco's
> > SNMP information?
> > Thanks for any help anyone might be able to provide.
> > --
> > Robert Gash
> > System Administrator, FastURL
> > Personal Email: gashalot [at] gashalot [dot] com
> Joe McGuckin
> ViaNet Communications
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> Palo Alto, CA 94303
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