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    Default Udp?

    We have a bunch of openvpn tunnels which run on port 1196 and 1198. I am a bit confused as to why these ports don't show up as the most used ports in bandwidth control when I know they are. Does bandwidth control not watch UDP ports?

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    Yes, it does.
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    Any ideas why this wouldn't show up? I know its our top used port.

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    In the Bandwidth Control report?

    Is it going through Bandwidth Control? Is it on a different rack or bypassed?
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    It is bypassed. Im guessing this means it doesn't get counted?

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    Yes, that's what bypassed means.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrunkel View Post
    Yes, that's what bypassed means.
    I understand that, i was just thinking it would still count the traffic but not scan it. I have a ton of traffic bypassed which would be very useful to know how much bandwidth its using.

    It would be great to be able to bypass the traffic but still log it somehow.

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    That's the one reservation I've always had about Untangle, their unwillingness to acknowledge traffic not processed by the uvm in any useful manner other than iftop.

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