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    Hi!

    My problem is about a wan appearing in cntop, but is weird because, the wan only have a connection of 6mbps (~600KBps) and shows 60MBps

    my network is:
    eth00 with all the 3 wans through a switch
    here is this network 192.168.10.0/24, where the gateway is .1 and the zeroshell is .202, there is anything else in this network
    the others 2 wans has an public ip

    eth01 with all the users in 10.0.0.0/8 (sub neted)

    eth02 go to the servers (i have and internal dns server, among others)

    i want to know,
    -what may cause the wan to appear in cntop?
    -is there any wat to auudit that network without aditional hardware?
    -why is so elevated the speed?

    the server is zeroshell 3.6.0

    here the reference image

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    #54504

    @tecnologia.zs wrote:

    Hi!

    My problem is about a wan appearing in cntop, but is weird because, the wan only have a connection of 6mbps (~600KBps) and shows 60MBps

    my network is:
    eth00 with all the 3 wans through a switch
    here is this network 192.168.10.0/24, where the gateway is .1 and the zeroshell is .202, there is anything else in this network
    the others 2 wans has an public ip

    eth01 with all the users in 10.0.0.0/8 (sub neted)

    eth02 go to the servers (i have and internal dns server, among others)

    i want to know,
    -what may cause the wan to appear in cntop?
    -is there any wat to auudit that network without aditional hardware?
    -why is so elevated the speed?

    the server is zeroshell 3.6.0

    here the reference image

    [/img]

    someone? anything on this?

    #54505

    nothing? is this forum alive?

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