I have few Windows and Linux Machines and am in verse to monitor what upload and download is being performed as the network system are running in slow pace.Any one who can recommend a tool or utility which can track uploads and download in a network.If it can track who is downloading or uploading with what size of data could really benefit.
I am looking for a way to monitor my upload and download for my whole network not just my computer. I am using a laptop that is connected wirelessly to my router, i am able to monitor the upload and download for my laptop but i would like to view the statistics for for the whole network without being connected to the router.
I need to know about one thing . In ftp in linux , If I want to do only upload a file into a folder but not download, then is it possible to do ? I just only upload or download a file onto or from a folder ....
Well I have vsftpd working flawlessly in a file browser or ftp client. I can log in, upload and download; but I cannot upload or download through a web browser. I have tried IE8/9, firefox, iceweasel and epiphany to no avail.
How do I download (upload) engrave-11.py from "Simple G-Code Generators Written in Python"? One of my home workshop project is a small engraver using a small micrometer linear table and three small steppers. It works fine with Stickfont - a free download - but I need something more sophisticated such as Engrave-11.py. When I follow the instructions from the Wiki I finish up with what I believe to be the source code and no means of generating an executable file.
I want to know what is the best way/practice to let users upload and download files? I want to be able to let the user upload a file, list all the files uploaded, and allow him to download any file from that list, also delete a file. To my understanding I can make a php script to let them do this and the uploaded files are in a specific folder in the server or I can insert the files into a SQL table. Which direction should I go, let them directly upload the files to a specific folder (no SQL involve), or upload the files into a SQL table?
The idea is to separate the download and the upload, namely to send the upload on Net1 and the download on Net2, completely transparent to the client. My first ideas were using simple routing rules....having the default gateway for Gateway A over Net1 and having the route to the client in Gateway B over Net2. However, if I do that, the packets arriving in Gateway B from the client, aren't forwarded anymore. The same thing happens if I don't have any route to the client in Gateway B. In order to forward the packets, does it really matter if the router knows how to route to the source and does it really mater if the packet arrives on the same interface as the routing rules point to?
I am using debian squeeze, with browsers chrome, firefox, and flashplugins installed.
I get online via ipv4 DSL, pppoe(I don't quite sure their relationships), I can browse websites, watch flash smoothly, can download softwares from websites to my desktop PC via the browser chrome or firefox with speed about 200kB/s, if I download an some 700MB ubuntu iso from ftp6.sjtu.edu.cn, it reaches 10MB/s.
The thing is, I can't upload files from my PC to online disks(say [url], [url] via browser (firefox, chrome etc), can't send email with an attach file even as small as 1MB via broser, can't post topics on this forum with attachment, can't upload pics to Facebook.
When I try do these "upload things", the web browser just stays there and doesn't refresh. Some online disks have a instant upload speed of 10kb/s ,then it quickly slow down to less than 200b/s, finally it stoped there ,and say "upload failed, network failure".
i need help im trying to get my new c903 phone linked to my pc but need the software i only have ubunto on my pc and it says run with windows or vista! is they anyway i can download and upload of my phone useing ubunto?
from vuze(bit torrent client) it shows my total download speed to be 20.56 KB/s....while my network monitor tool shows a speed around 72.41 KB/s. Similar is the case with upload speed. In much simple words the download/upload speed that vuze shows appears to be less than that shown by the network monitor tool.I must mention that at the time vuze was running there was no other simultaneous downloads.I don't understand why this is so?Is there any tool that can give me the exact information of downloading & uploading speed or rather any tool that can give me the details of uploads/downloads presently going on.
1- The vfstpd is running on the Centos server. The server is in the same home network. The SeLinux and firewall are disabled. I can use Filzilla from a Windows PC from another computer and connect and see directory listing. There is a user names adminftp and he is a memeber of root group. When I try to upload or download I get an ftp critical error message.
2- How can I install Adobe Acrobat Reader, Flash Player and Adobe Shockwave on this Linux box?
I configured non-anonymous ftp server in my Ubuntu 10.04.it's working downloading and uploading through thrid party software like filezilla.Now i think that without using any other software i want to upload and download the ftp content in browser it'self.i heard that using webmin i can upload and download ftp data sharing through browser.
I have already tried trickle and wondershaper. I need a program that can limit the speed of download/upload of an already running program. Similar to the how NetLimiter in Windows limits already running processes. Using Linux.
I have installed libapache2-mod-bw and it works great to throttle download speeds to the clients (i.e. - the bandwidth out of the server can be controlled just peachy).However, I need to limit the bandwidth *into* the server from specific networks because my WAN links are tiny and do not have QoS or shaping of any sort (I know, I know - contracts in place - will be fixed in November - not my design).I know that there are ways to throttle this at the interface level (e.g. - wondershaper) but I'd like to allow full bandwidth to the clients that are connected locally. The server in question is for web file transfers (under apache2 on 443) and expected file sizes are up to 2GB so a per-network limit would prove helpful.
Am I able to know how much data I received and sent till date since my MINT 9? I wanted to know is there method that counts total stats of upload and download since I installed My linux...System monitor is good for only one session..Once you restart the PC all gone.....
I just want to place upload/download limit to each ip address ( say 20MB per day for each ip or specific ip) using squid proxy i tried through delay pool but it control only download/upload speed not place any download/upload quota restriction. following are my codes I have 1Mbps line
delay_pools 2 delay_class 1 2 # here 700kbps(87Kbytes) Net-Total usage limit, with 50Kbytes per user
I also used
"reply_body_max_size" parameter to control upload limit.
"request_body_max_size" only restrict download based on size.
how to setup quota ( download quota per day per ip)
Making a script that changes the MAC-address on my network card when i download or upload X-amount of GB. I have been searching around on the web, but I haven't been able to find anything that does that.
looking to implement a website where business partners can download/upload documents. The files and the "partner areas" should be password protected.Are there open source projects / Ubuntu packages readily available for implementing this type of web-based file sharing service