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Old 06-01-2010, 11:18 AM   #1
saran_redhat
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inbound connection check


Dear friends

How to check inbound and files transfer from outbound to inbound in my linux server. because in my server from outside to inside transfer is high. so its take huge bandwidth. how to check this and reduse this . please advise me.
 
Old 06-01-2010, 12:21 PM   #2
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Code:
iftop
is what I use, then I tend to check it against
Code:
lsof
.

I once wrote a piece on security monitoring, it had a quick skim on this sort of thing which may help: http://articles.jamescondron.co.uk/2...ty-monitoring/
 
Old 06-01-2010, 12:49 PM   #3
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Inbound problem

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Originally Posted by jamescondron View Post
Code:
iftop
is what I use, then I tend to check it against
Code:
lsof
.

I once wrote a piece on security monitoring, it had a quick skim on this sort of thing which may help: http://articles.jamescondron.co.uk/2...ty-monitoring/
Thanks for the reply

yes but itshows command not found .

my problem is inbound connections is very high compare to outbound. but we dont know why its happen . and then last two months inbound connections very high so the isp provider charge very high for the extra inbound connections. so i dont know why its happen and i cant find . so please advise me.
 
  


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