I had to think immediately of _iX_. But I don't know if there is anQuote:
> A kind person has offered to pay for a subscription to any journal I
> desire this year. I already receive Linux Journal and ComputerWorld
> and am well pleased with both. Ziff-Davis stuff is out of the
> question. Can someone tell me if there is a straightforward,
> technically oriented paper or mag for networking professionals? Unix
> oriented would be great, but I will tolerate mention of other
> platforms. Regards, TL.
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Developer - know nothing about networking, except that our internet
access provider tells us our traffic occasionally spikes to some very
high level - maxing out our connection - which some people in the
office sometimes notice. I need to find out which PC/device the
traffic is coming from and stop it.
The machine which I would prefer to run any monitoring software from is
Linux, with a `uname` providing:
Linux [my_hostname] 2.6.1-1.65smp #1 SMP Fri Jan 30 17:50:02 EST 2004
i686 athlon i386 GNU/Linux
Looking for something that will help me figure this out. Any suggested