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> Un-neccesary Traffic Generation, Linux server is generating heavy traffic
naveedpta
post Oct 30 2003, 04:50 AM
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Well i am new to linux and networks , i just need some help regarding un-necessary tarffic generated by one of our network linux server, can any one please tell me it's solution.
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hughesjr
post Oct 30 2003, 06:38 AM
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Turn it off! laugh.gif

...Actually, you will need to be way more specific to get any real help. Info like:

What are you using to see the traffic?

Is the traffic all the time or only at certian intervals?

What kind of traffic is it (tcp/udp, what is the source/destination addresses/ports, etc.)?

What distro and version of Linux are you using?

What is the make/model of the Network Card?

What is the module that you are using for that netowrk card?

What kernel are you booting?
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