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Hi,, I need source code to monitor the traffic within a network

Any free source code for traffic monitoring at a port in the network using c++

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Forget fancy code, just download and use the excellent Wireshark program.

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Software to monitor traffic for each user on a router


You can use the following software Install it on your PC or laptop. Wireshark- free powerful network sniffing tool. This helps you monitor traffic view logs etc

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Don't mistake these programs as simple tools for just monitoring if a device is turned on or off. They are full-pledged remote access programs that allow an administrator to view all devices that are connected to the network (routers, modems, servers, printers etc.) and all the processes being run in each node. If you are a network administrator, you'll need specific programs for different jobs.

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The most popular IPS worldwide is Snort. In real time, it analyzes packet capturing and network traffic on IP networks. With its analysis of protocols, Snort can identify network attacks and attempts to perform unauthorized actions such as fingerprinting, buffer overflows and port scanning. With this software running, you are guaranteed that your office network is safe from intrusions. Snort can record packets and generate human-readable reports.

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Putty and the "Dude" are network monitoring programs for the Windows platform. They track all devices in your network and they can generate a network map or inventory depending on the nodes currently online. Putty, in particular, is very light at 450 kb because of its UNIX-based interface. It allows you to set administrator privileges in remotely controlling computers. Putty can also manage bandwidth allocation or block IPs from using DSL internet.

Having the right network monitoring tools for the job helps network administrators automate many of the day to day operations that take up time and resources to complete.

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Your TV HDMI should be connected directly to the video source output, not through the monitor.

Basic LCD monitor and TV troubleshooting guide:
http://www.fixya.com/support/r6150077-basic_lcd_monitors_troubleshooting
http://www.fixya.com/support/r5093881-lcd_flat_panel_tv_troubleshooting_guide
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The Cisco 7940 Phone...if you work from home and use this phone can your Corp office be able to monitor your calls?


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I am no legal person, but I am sure that you would have to have agreed to have your calls monitored for them to be able to do this.

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Please suggest tools for discovering network bottlnecks with a graphical display of traffic, currently using network shark, but dont really like it.


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I can not log onto my dell powerconnect 2708. I'm connecting the dell powerconnect 2708 into a hughes net modem and routing to three different locations. I would like to monitor/contol usage...


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http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r19028526-Networking-Port-Fowarding-using-the-HUGHES-NET-Modems

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Program that is like ultra surf or hotspot shield?


Spend a couple of bucks and get something that works. See the link below.

In addition, the free stuff monitors your traffic for marketing and who knows what other purposes. Isn't the whole reason you want a VPN in the first place to keep people from looking at your traffic? Source(s): http://www.personalvpn.org

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How to monitor all traffic from PCs on ADSL wifi 2701hgv-w modem


to monitor all traffic from all computers your computer would have to run the internet connection(modem) and you would have to connect your router to that. that way all traffic would pass through your monitoring computer with watever software you use to do this. Pritty sure this is the case.

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