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Traffic Monitor? - 22-October-2009, 13:28

Hi sat friends,
Is there a way to really monitor how many K of MB or GB is going from and to the dreambox ?
I have CCcamInfoPHP installed and indeed, I can see how many ECM's and EMM's there are being sent over the line.

But what I want to know is how many mb's in size there goes over the line.

anyone knows how to monitor ?
Or does anyone know how many K(byte) an ECM or EMM is ...then I only need to multyply.

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22-October-2009, 14:09

Some traffic monitor you can get if you login with your username and password to your dreambox IP using telnet . After that , use ifconfig command . Cheers !
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22-October-2009, 14:21

way don't you just telnet to your db and type ifconfig then you should see how many MiB/GiB there is..
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22-October-2009, 15:31

Open a telnet session under DCC or windows

type "uptime" for duration since last reboot of your box

Type "ifconfig" for traffic on your ethernet adaptor

more here : Linux man pages


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FTTH 100 Mbs 24/7

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Post 15-February-2010, 17:52

Hi you can try to use ProteMac Meter.It’s tool record of your network and display your Internet traffic.It’s must be helpful to your.It’s really good tool.
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