tcpdump is pretty good at watching and seeing things going on. It supports slip,
ppp, Ethernet, and probably a lot of other stuff. It is at sunsite:
Its under networking somewhere. I have it on my site, too.
If the traffic is going through your firewall you could setup some accounting
rules and get some pretty fair statistics that way. You will need to review your
kernel options for it, probably.
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> I'm wondering if there is a Linux based Network Analyzer Tool. In my
> current setup I have a Linux firewall (ipfwadm) and want to measure the
> traffic that flows to specific IP addresses within the internal LAN.
> Any pointers would be appreciated.
> Tks a lot
> -- JD