[Mikrotik] Tracking accumulitive bandwidth

Josh Luthman josh at imaginenetworksllc.com
Fri Jan 8 14:10:30 CST 2010


No you are correct.  One simple queue, one IP (or range), one customer.

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On Fri, Jan 8, 2010 at 3:09 PM, Bill Prince <
part-15 at skylinebroadbandservice.com> wrote:

> So if you have 1000 users (for example), then you need to have 1000 simple
> queues set up?
>
> or did I misinterpret that?
>
>
> Bill Prince
> Skyline Broadband Service
> (a division of Coastal Sierra)
> 650-917-9279
>
>
>
>
> Butch Evans wrote:
>
>> On Thu, 2010-01-07 at 18:24 -0500, Josh Luthman wrote:
>>
>>> You can see the relative information, but what I am looking for is more
>>> along the lines of this customer used 25GB this month, 20GB last month
>>> and
>>> 150GB that month they found Netflix.
>>>
>>>
>>
>> You can graph this information from a simple queue.  Doing this graphing
>> on a monitoring box is the way to do it.  If you are using pppoe (which
>> I don't think you are) or hotspot, you can get this from the radius
>> server.  Otherwise, you can create a simple queue for each user and then
>> log in (even via script) to grab the information at the end of the month
>> and reset the counters.
>>
>>
>>
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