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Datagrams/sec coming from specific IPs on network?

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Is there a way to monitor datagrams/sec (or some other measurement of data flow) coming from each IP address to the server?

Currently the server has 10 static IP addresses (workstations) connected to it which send data from time to time. I would just like to make an app which has a green light/red light for each IP when data is being received.
Nov 20 '05 #1
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hmmm...that's all you'd like to do? well, you can do it alright...not too
difficult. as there are plenty "spy" type programs on the net (like at psc)
that are sourced in vb6, i see no need to go down the road of translation.
also, it's not a project i'm wanting to assist on..."spy"-ware is not my
thing. i'm more of a "soft"-ware kinda guy.

you have to realize, those machines will virtually have green lights "on"
until the network, or one of them, goes down. your network posts messages to
clients all the time and vice versa...i'm probably being paranoid about your
intent. better that, than assume you are unfamiliar with network traffic.

steve
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| Is there a way to monitor datagrams/sec (or some other measurement of data
flow) coming from each IP address to the server?
|
| Currently the server has 10 static IP addresses (workstations) connected
to it which send data from time to time. I would just like to make an app
which has a green light/red light for each IP when data is being received.
Nov 20 '05 #2

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