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Old 05-10-2006, 03:07 AM   #1
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Cool Traffic Measurement from different network portion

Friends ,
plz help ...

I have configured RRDTool using the following websites :

Here the main important thing is "" - a perl script file . Now i want to know about a matter .

suppose i have a linux server . And it has 3 Lan card (interface card ) and every lan card is connected with two or more network . Lan1 is connected directly with internet , Lan2 is connected with two network like and , Lan3 is connected another two network & .

Now i want to measure network traffic from (Lan2) to (Lan2) or (lan2) to . Then is it possible to do this using the above "Perl Script" in RRDTool ?
If it is not then plz give me some suggestion how i can do this measurement from one network portion to another network portion ?



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