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Old 07-15-2004, 03:43 PM   #1
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Question how to query into nodes of network

Actually i want to query into the nodes of a network or internet, i.e. current CPU usage plus memory usages by providing it with the IP etc....................

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You can not look up information about CPU usage on a TCP/UDP packet because the packet does not contain that information. If you want an hardware monitor have a look at Gkrellm.

There are packet sniffers but they just read the packet information. This helps to monitor network if someone is sending certain kinds of data that they do not have permission.


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