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Old 06-15-2009, 04:52 PM   #1
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ssh user bandwidth monitoring

Found this list on this forum:

But need some help.

I need to monitor the bandwidth consumption of ssh users on a per user basis.

Anyone know if any of the above will do that? or, if anyone knows which package will do what i need?

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Not trivially ... from a network layer perspective an incoming
ssh connection will first be owned by the root user who runs sshd.

You could have a look at which, as far as I
understand, has the facility to log user traffic.



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