nttraffd Network Bandwidth Logger
nttraffd is a small, lightweight daemon designed to log how much traffic passes through each interface on a server and send this information back to a central server.
- Data Transfer Bandwith Logging
- Central Server to Store Data
- Pretty graphs
To build this package on Ubuntu 10.04, you will need:
apt-get install build-essential libcurl-dev
And the build command to be run inside the src directory is:
make && make install
The config file then needs to be created and edited here:
And finally, run it with:
Starting on boot
To start this on boot, please use the demo init.d script in the etc/init.d folder and copy it to your /etc/init.d folder.
cp etc/init.d/nttraffd /etc/init.d/
Then activate it for on boot with:
update-rc.d nttraffd defaults
And you should be sorted.
Documentation & Usage
Please see the docs folder for more details.
Open Source Projects Used
This was origionally based on the code from the DD-WRT project along with some other libs.
The GPL version 3, read it at http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.txt
Any help is always welcome, please contact sam [at] infitialis.com and we can discuss any help you would like to give.