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Re: How to check network interface statistics



To track the history MRTG is best one.

But it is on the basis of SNMP.

On 8/25/06, Vladimir Zlatkin <vzlatkin redhat com> wrote:

If you need to filter or group the data, you can use iptables.

# iptables -L -v

That will show transfer statistics. From there you can create firewall
rules to group data based on your needs.

Vladimir Zlatkin

Bliss, Aaron wrote:
> Hi everyone, is there a way to check the network interface statistics of
> an ethernet card?  Server is running redhat4 ES; it's a syslog server,
> so I suspect the box is getting pounded pretty good.  Thanks very much.
>
> Aaron
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