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FTP / SMTP Bandwidth

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by kraken17, Mar 9, 2009.

  1. kraken17

    kraken17 Member

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    How can I monitor FTP / SMTP bandwidth. I have a huge discrepancy between what the switch at Godaddy says, and what my Cpanel says.

    I would also like to implement an FTP bandwidth limit - is this also possible??
     
  2. kraken17

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    Not a lot of replies. I installed NTOP and it does tell me the information I need.

    I installed NTOP onto my dedicated server. It seems to work to advise me where I might be loosing bandwidth. If anyone else can come up with a better idea, please let me know.

    Ta

    Tim O'Brien
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    I'm having the same problem.

    I have a user that only have mailman lists. Many of them. His stats never grow. Quota and Bandwidth.

    Something may be wrong here. Can anyone help?

    Thanks
     
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    Hi Tim,

    Can you please tell me how you have managed to install ntop? I have tried it, but keep getting the following error message:



    so it seems that the rrdtool that yum wants to install doesn't like the ruby & perl versions installed by cPanel. How did you get around this?
     
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