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By nsteere ·
This is more of a "Have you seen this?" than a tech question.

A year ago, my old boss used a pretty cool bandwidth monitor.
On the center of the screen was a green circle. On the outer right of the circle were listed the IP addresses of the servers. The left side was the clients or any system getting a resource (listed by IP as well). Green lines running accross the circle (from the client IP to the server IP) would show where a connection was taking place. The thickness of the line determined how much bandwidth was being used.

If anyone has seen this I would like to know!
:) I do not the name of the company that makes it or the program name.

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by NTOz In reply to Bandwidth monitor

More then likely your thinking of NAI's Sniffer or NetXray. These two products were more or less combined to just Sniffer. The current version is 4.5 and has a view called "Matrix" which does what your describing. You can see more information about Sniffer at http://www.sniffer.com.

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by interpretivewoodwork In reply to Bandwidth monitor

Try Solarwinds.com, they have some 30 free evaluation software that that looks like the monitor you saw.

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