[lug] Router Recommendation
jafo at tummy.com
Tue Sep 6 16:04:35 MDT 2005
On Mon, Aug 29, 2005 at 07:47:32AM -0500, Hugh Brown wrote:
>The basic routing between two linux segments seems like it would be a
>few hours work for someone that had a very basic understanding of
>networking and a howto. I was thinking more about the traffic shaping,
>traffic auditing/accounting, ....
Sure, those can be tough, but you hardly have the option on a Cisco and on
Linux you have many options, from simply watching the packet and byte
counters on iptables rules to, well, whatever you want to do really.
>Here's a sample of the weirdness I've seen. I have a cronjob that runs
>every 6 hours and greps the RX line from ifconfig. Uptime on the box is
>93 days. Box is misleading though, since it is an instance of UML.
The samples look normal enough to me. Perhaps you're confusion will be
cleared up if I tell you that the byte counters roll over at 1<<32
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