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Old 01-23-2005, 02:55 AM   #1
trunx
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ftp http and other protocols packet transfer


There is a cyber cafe. In it there are a number of computers connected to a server which monitors their activity. Each computer accesses the net through a number of protocols. For e.g., com1 uses http com2 uses ftp and http com3 uses ftp http and smtp etc. I need to know how many packets of each protocol are going from or coming to each com. How shall I do it ??

Is there a specific command by which I can do it ??
 
  


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