Any way to monitor WAN traffic of Router?
Hey all, I am looking for a way to monitor the WAN traffic of my router(Dlink DIR-825).
What I would like to see is 4 simple item:
Current Upload rate, Current Download Rate, monthly upload totals, monthly download totals.
I've been googling for about an hour here and found tons of programs which claim to work but donot or the setup is out of my league.
Wondering if someone on here could point me in the right direction
tubbynetreminds me of the danse russePremium,MVM
without using a little bit of google-fu, maybe you could provide a little bit of information here.
does the router support some sort of snmp polling? using simple mib's that may be supported by the device, you could use something like prtg or cacti to poll the device.
additionally, if the device supports third-party firmwares, you may be able to get some sort of integrated bandwidth monitor or use snmp to poll the device (if snmp is not supported on stock firmware).
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Well, if you didn't have a D-Link...
Long Live Dlink!
Well ok forget the router, how about this:
I have a basic managed(Dell PowerConnect 2716) switch which i created a 2 port VLAN and have connected my modem and router wan port up to it.
The switch doesn't seem to support SNMP but does support something called RMON. Is there any decent software that can use RMON to observe and report the traffic?? I'm googling now but not finding much that works.......