Monitor Internet bandwidth

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Good day, We are using Windows 2000 Small Business Server in our organization with Exchange, DNS and ISA server configured. 1. I want to monitor the internet usage by the users. 2. I want to take a report on monthly or daily basis how much MB/GB utilized by each user. Thanks for your reply in advance.
ASKED: November 29, 2004  1:55 AM
UPDATED: July 16, 2013  1:03 PM

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Use the ISA server built-in report utility, where you can define different reports to be run on f.ex. daily and/or monthly basis. ISA server will supply you with a number of reports including the one that you want.

Tip:
Run the report generator under a separate service account and not with your own user account, which will cause your scheduled reports to fail when you change your password.

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  • BillMannion
    What are your using for a firewall? Are your using MS Proxy? Some firewalls can provide logs that you can review. Also loging through MS Proxy is also something you can look at. I typically us Webtrends to review both. It gives a good set of reports from both types of loging.
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  • Rmagnan
    We're using a product called "I-Prism" made by St Bernard. It's an appliance looking like a router that you connect between the switch and the router. You can block access to specific websites or websites category such as retail stores, adult content, etc. There are a lot of reports showing what you need. However, this solution is not cheap.
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  • Xevier
    why don't u try for MRTG?
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  • Homeshp69
    We use a product called Network Vantage. It's a software based probe that breaks out all http traffic on the segment...i then define what URL's I want to break out from that traffic.....
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