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Topic # 87765 6-Aug-2011 14:05
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its me again, i finally got my IBM eServer xSeries 336,
just a heads up, you need to change a drive bays to use sata from scsii,
it works all good, and what i was wondering is:

Adsl Modem Connected to Internet
Server as bridge, logs usage of computers connected.
+ Wifi Router 

I need to be able to see where the data usage on our network is coming from and what computer, is there a way i can monitor this, my server has 2 lan 1000 ports so speed isnt an issue, the server will be running windows server 2008 rc

Thanks, Henry

Also Any Question's About the server are welcome (: 

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  Reply # 502777 6-Aug-2011 16:26
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You could run PFsense on a VM for this.

While I Would't recommend using pfsense on a VM as your main protection method, using it just to monitor and log traffic it would be perfect.

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  Reply # 502810 6-Aug-2011 18:17
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ok, i might end up putting another computer in place to do that, it runs on nearly anything (:

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