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    Default Vote for your favorite bandwith-oriented reports

    Hi fellows,

    this is your one chance to speak up and let us know what exactly you'd like yo see in bandwidth-oriented reports in 8.0.

    So far, we're thinking about the following:

    - BW by IP
    - BW by port
    - BW by AD user
    - BW by WAN ?

    Anything else ? Suggestions, comments ? Please give us your input, and we'll do our best to accomodate your requests !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seb View Post
    Hi fellows,

    - BW by AD user

    --Seb
    - BW by Open Directory/LDAP user

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    Bandwidth by site (internet domain) sub report by ip lan.
    How much BW spend each pc in facebook or youtube is a typical and useful example.

    Thanks
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    bumping this - keep those suggestions coming.

    THIS IS YOUR CHANCE - the designer is asking for feedback and is likely listening.

    As for my input, I'd kinda like to see bandwidth by port, but also bandwidth by port by hour (stacked bar maybe?)
    That way I could easily glance and see what that 3am bandwidth spike because I could see the ports...
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    The ability to put in (live reports) a time range or IP range and etc. Give us the ability to do a search by criteria.

    I agree with seeing BW by the hour and by port and etc. This helps create obvious red flags. That would be great.

    Lannie

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    I need bandwidth by lan IP, linking it to username is helpful too.

    With the multi-wan features... I could see the need to split those two into how much an individual client used per WAN connection.

    Per port is getting really detailed, especially as a breakdown by LAN address / username. That would essentially allow you to see anything you wanted. Like how much your web server used this month vs the mail service on the same box.

    Lannie is correct in that being able to see a defined snapshot in time would be awesome.
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    At the risk of being tarred and feathered......
    take a look at the top level reports in Astaro
    You can quickly determine...
    *Top users/violators
    *Top destinations for sites via amount of traffic
    *Top destinations for sites via time spent
    *Top services/ports that passed through the firewall

    Would be neat to tie in your networks hosts via computer netbios name instead of IP address.

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    Bandwidth by site and by protocol if possible!

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    Quote Originally Posted by orange View Post
    Bandwidth by site and by protocol if possible!
    by site do you mean website like "wikipedia.org" or destination IP?
    by protocol do you mean application protocols like bittorrent and HTTP or lower level protocols like UDP and TCP?
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    Hey Astaro stole Protocol Control from Untangle, I think stealing their reports would be all in fair play. :P
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