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Friday, June 11th, 2004

Time Event
Is there an easy way to see, if there is unusual amount of network traffic taking place, which process is responsible for it? Sort of like a "top" for network traffic. Recently I've been seeing really strange network activity patterns and it's just mystifying me what's going on (netstat doesn't show anything consistantly strange, and I don't see signs that my security's been compromised, so I think it's one of my usual network processes that's processing a really unusual amount of traffic.)

Edit: Oh! I finally put two and two together and realized that all this abnormal activity happening at the same time of the morning implied a cron job. It was just the "updatedb" process indexing my mounted network shares (a non-default activity that I configured it to do). I'm still interested in the answer to the above question, though.
Intel Wireless Pro 2200
New question, anyone had luck using the Intel Wireless Pro 2200 (Cetrino thingy) WLAN card?

I've tried using the ipw2200 sourceforge project, but am either interpreting the documentation wrong, or its not working.

I've also tried the generic WINXP Intel driver wrapped with ndiswrapper. Which works perfectly until I "/sbin/modprobe ndiswrapper" at which point the entire system freezes.


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