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Date:      Tue, 9 Mar 2004 06:42:47 -0500
From:      "Matthew McGehrin" <mcgehrin@reverse.net>
To:        <freebsd-ipfw@freebsd.org>
Subject:   Re: ipfw counters (field 3)
Message-ID:  <001201c405cb$a4c09140$af00a8c0@orange>
References:  <47557.213.118.81.79.1078754157.squirrel@webmail.boxke.be>

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95 percentile is not actual traffic. It says 95% of the time you are below
this figure for traffic.

There's an old patch you can run with mrtg here:
http://www.seanadams.com/95/

A better alternative would to run rrdtool on an interface and have rrdtool
record 95%

http://www.red.net/support/resourcecentre/leasedline/percentile.php

-- Matthew


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Jimmy Scott" <jimmy@inet-solutions.be>
To: <freebsd-ipfw@freebsd.org>
Sent: Monday, March 08, 2004 8:55 AM
Subject: ipfw counters (field 3)


> Hello,
>
> Me and a friend of my are located in a datacenter on the same switch,
> We both have the same 3 rules, to count the traffic.
>
> Our ISP uses MRTG with the 95% rule to charge us,
> now i was wondering, i have 2MB traffic echt day, theire MRTG says 70MB
> i thought it was because of all the ARP traffic.
> 00010 11345045 1068348938 count ip from any to any via xl0
> 00011  6826150  466872667 count ip from any to any in recv xl0
> 00012  4518893  601476157 count ip from any to any out xmit xl0
>
> 00010 27743578 2887729820 count ip from any to any via xl0
> 00011 17168887 1405455507 count ip from any to any in recv xl0
> 00012 10574689 1482274199 count ip from any to any out xmit xl0



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