[j-nsp] Measure transit traffic to specific destination
jiri.lunacek at hosting90.cz
Fri Dec 30 10:24:21 EST 2016
IMO the easiest way to do this is setting up a firewall filter for this destination with counter action and fetching the counter values using SNMP. You can use a graphing tool of your choice for this.
I have found these two posts that should lead you to a working setup.
I hope this helps you.
> On 30. 12. 2016, at 8:16, Santanu Mandal <santanumandal2007 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear all,
> I want to measure traffic bandwidth consuming for a specific destination IP
> from My Orzanization. Say how much is bandwidth is consumed for destination
> x.x.x.x out of total bandwidth in my ISP link.
> I have configured S-flow, but there I can see total amount of traffic
> transfered over a period of time. But My concern is, data transfer rate
> confumed for this destination, not tootal amount of data.
> It would be gratfull if you can suggest a tool for this purpose or how to
> approach to achive this.
> Thanking you
> in advance
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