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Old 05-30-2009, 02:20 PM   #1
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LXer: Traffic accounting with SNMP and Python on Windows

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If you're not on a flat-rate ISP data-plan, and your ISP made you pay extra last month such as myself. You might be interested in monitoring your total home bandwidth usage. A nifty little feature of most routers or ADSL modems, is support for SNMP. In this blog I will be writing a Windows batch file and using net-snmp tools on Windows to poll the ADSL router for SNMP usage data, then a python script will post-process the data to generate a total monthly usage report. The same python script and snmpget command can be used on Linux and other platforms



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