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LAN Traffic Monitoring

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Jul 13th, 2011 at 7:01am  
I've a D'link firewall DFL-800 installed on my WAN (Internet). All the clients send/receive internet traffic passes through this firewall. Where clients are connected to this firewall though various Access points (wired/wireless).
What I want is to know how to monitor this LAN traffic like who is broadcasting, whose system has virus etc and which client is occupying how much bandwidth!

I really need solution on this ASAP!
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Reply #1 - Apr 29th, 2012 at 7:27pm  
The best software to use is called Tomato USB TOASTMAN.

Best to buy a linksys E3000 router, install this software. This will then give you a GUI which shows how much each computer/IP has downloaded each day or month.

It may be compatable with your existing router, but probably not.

If you want really detailed information you need to use a comuter with two ethernet ports and monitor all traffic.
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