Network Bandwidth Reporting Tool

Paul Stewart pstewart at nexicomgroup.net
Fri Jan 22 06:21:57 CST 2010


Arbor boxes (E30/E100) also do this kind of reporting with very granular
options - not cheap, but work well...

Paul


-----Original Message-----
From: Raymond Macharia [mailto:rmacharia at gmail.com] 
Sent: January-22-10 1:46 AM
To: Isaac Conway
Cc: nanog list
Subject: Re: Network Bandwidth Reporting Tool

Hi,
1. ETINC - www.etinc.com - Really good with a mysql backend and gives
you
exactly what you are looking for. You can either buy the software and
build
it into a FreeBSD box or you can get the already built appliance. The
price
point is also quite good

2. Allot - www.allot.com -Comes with a lot of features and has a good
reporting mechanism. They have boxes of different sizes and add on
software
for reports etc. higher priced but works very well.

Regards
Raymond Macharia



On Fri, Jan 22, 2010 at 5:13 AM, Isaac Conway
<ike at conwaynetworks.com>wrote:

> Oh mighty list,
> I am curious what tools you use to generate monthly usage and billing
> reports for your execs?  I am not really looking for a RRD type
> solution, rather a page I can pull up and gives me the numbers (95p,
> cost, overage, etc.) for the past month.  Copy and paste into a
> spreadsheet, job complete....
>
> We are getting to the point where we have multiple datacenters and
> numerous uplinks and circuits for each, I find I am spending too many
> hours each month compiling data.
>
> I was thinking about writing some quick scripts to poll the router
> interfaces and put it to database, but I figured I would ask before
> re-inventing the wheel.
>
> Thanks in advance!
> Isaac
>
>
>


 

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