Rajeshkumar
  • Rajeshkumar
which tool in linux is used to see the speed of different uses connect in lan
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I hope this could help http://freecode.com/projects/netio
anonymous
  • anonymous
please clarify which speed you are referring to. To measure latency between nodes in an IP network, "ping" is usually used. But you could be talking about connect time, transfer rate, pretty much anything one can think of, and without us knowing which "speed" you mean we cannot really answer the question.
Rajeshkumar
  • Rajeshkumar
the question is if you r connected to a lan network in which few more people are connected ...how to see who is downloading and who is using all the download speed

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anonymous
  • anonymous
perhaps something like this? http://bandwidthd.sourceforge.net/ or pick any other from this list: http://www.ubuntugeek.com/bandwidth-monitoring-tools-for-linux.html

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