[TriLUG] cause for alarm?
bpitzer at gmail.com
Fri Jun 6 10:50:57 EDT 2008
I'd reserve judgement until you see the growth rates for those values. You
may well be looking at a wrapped counter. Might be worth putting up some
type of monitoring for those values. Simple collection and pumping it into
rrdtool might suffice.
On Thu, Jun 5, 2008 at 8:42 PM, Greg Brown <gwbrown1 at gmail.com> wrote:
> After all this discussion of possible metering on TWC I decided to check
> stats on my public router on at the outer banks (the public wi-fi network -
> I figured, if any network, a public one would have a lot of bandwidth eaten
> up). What I found was interesting:
> In/out packets 44281817/56033743 (1.86 GB/3.83 GB)
> 'cuse me? More outbound than inbound? This particular modem has a 3/1
> connection so the outbound is faster than most however I still would have
> thought, over 60 days, the download would have been much higher than the
> upload. I wonder if the counters wrapped.
> What think yee?
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