Tracking Bandwidth abusers

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    JC
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    Is there a way in the present zeroshell 11, to track what ip is using bandwidth? I have been having issues lately of my bandwidth hitting and exceeding the supposed speed we should have. When i click the “Show Info” button on my PPPoE, it used to only hit around 100 – 200Kbit, but recently it has been hitting over 2 Mbit, and we apparently have a 1.5Mbit connection.
    thanks

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    The “show info” isn’t really helpful if you’re looking for something or someone abusing bandwidth. The best practice would be to create a firewall rule/chain using the “connections limit” parameter to log bandwidth abusers.
    Then simply send alerts/logs to a syslog server for real time and history tracking.

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