Bandwidthd from SourceForge
Impervium last edited by
I'm currently looking for a good way to monitor incoming and outgoing connections with a webinterface.
I tried the NTOP pack, that came with the pfsense innstallation, but ended up having a complete system stall after about 3 days of running it, and had to reboot physically.
My network is not running any WLAN's so could I then go with the Bandwidthd pack?
I've currently tried innstalling it, and the install says I should get libpcap, libpng, and libgd.
Could these cause any bad to my system?
Thanks in advance.
sullrich last edited by
See http://forum.pfsense.org/index.php/topic,2117.0.html if you wish to add to the bounty. It is scheduled to start very soon as quickly as I finish up the failover DNS server code.
mbedyn last edited by
I've just installed new package Bandwidthd .. but it seems to do not log anything from Lan subnet… WAn subnet logs correct
Any suggestions? I have checked promiscous mode for interfaces.
I would suggest posting in the other thread (where all other package and bug related questions are found). :)