reflexhost

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We\'re currently running Bandmin version 0.92b7 and we believe it could be displaying the wrong amount of data transfer for one of our clients?
The client swears he is only using the site for web pages etc, little ftp usage or email, and is as far as we can see. Cpanel reports his transfer usage as 4gb , while bandmin at 18gb. At his previous host he was using a couple of gig per day, not the 7gb per day he\'s been pulling with us, so this lead us to believe that perhaps bandmin is wrong... has it been wrong in the past, is it possible for it to be wrong?

Regards
Matt
 

dzevad

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I have same problem with bandmin (ver. 0.85). I got my new dedicated server on burst.net on 5. october. I setup one of my new clients on 18. and today (21 october) went to check bandmin. It says that client transfered 428 Mb so far. Well that client only has \"soon to be up\" single page, and according to bandmin he\'s been transfering files since 4. october (even before I setup my dedicated). Any ideas?
Note: I even tried rebooting server, but still the same.

[Edited on 10/21/01 by dzevad]
 

kwimberl

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Bandmin will lump all sites on a given ip together for bandwidth reports. That is to say that the main, name-based IP will show as the most recent domain you have added on that IP.
 
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bdraco

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[quote:efc8088596]We\'re currently running Bandmin version 0.92b7 and we believe it could be displaying the wrong amount of data transfer for one of our clients?
The client swears he is only using the site for web pages etc, little ftp usage or email, and is as far as we can see. Cpanel reports his transfer usage as 4gb , while bandmin at 18gb. At his previous host he was using a couple of gig per day, not the 7gb per day he\'s been pulling with us, so this lead us to believe that perhaps bandmin is wrong... has it been wrong in the past, is it possible for it to be wrong?

Regards
Matt [/quote:efc8088596]

You should be able to see where the traffic is going .. did you look at each protocol?
 

reflexhost

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The majority of it is going through on tcp - but when looking at individual values for tcp port 80, and port 110, the values when added up are nowhere near the total value...

Matt