[mrtg] Re: Inwards traffic not correct
lsheldon at creighton.edu
Tue Oct 16 23:23:11 MEST 2001
> Are you so sure that that traffic isn't right? I have about 20 Mb/s
> inbound right now and about 3 Mb/s outbound.. That would make sense for
> normal internet usage. The outbound traffic is simple plain text GET
> requests, whereas the inbound is going to be the graphics and html that is
> coming back (assuming the majority of your traffic is web browsing).
Really good point.
If you want to check the accuracy of the reports (this is a router, right?),
you want to report all of the traffic on all of the interfaces.
The sum of all of the "in"'s should be about equal to the sum of all if
the "out"'s (assuming overhead, retransmissions, and traffic terminating
_on_ the router a low enough to ignore).
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