How do i know WanProxy is working?
juli at clockworksquid.com
Wed Oct 24 09:14:39 PDT 2012
There is not at present, unfortunately, although it would not be hard
to add. One thing you can do to test operation is to deliberately do
something like downloading the same file twice, or transferring data
with all-zero contents. Depending on your configuration and your
operating system, you may be able to get your OS to tell you how much
is traffic is coming to WANProxy and how much is exiting it, for
example if inbound and outbound traffic are on different network
interfaces, then you might be able to use netstat to watch how much
traffic is coming and going on each one. You may also be able to use
ntop to track individual connections, but obviously it's tricky to
correlate one with another if you are testing with multiple
It should not be hard to quickly add some basic statistics reporting
if that is what you need, either on a global or per-connection basis.
Let me know if that's a priority for you, or if you're able to find
some other mechanism, and I'll see if I can put something together.
On Wed, Oct 24, 2012 at 7:32 AM, Tiernan O'Toole
<tiernan at tiernanotoole.ie> wrote:
> Morning all.
> Just managed to get wanproxy installed and configured, but how do I know its
> "working"? Is there any stats page showing how much has been saved, or logs
> showing how much traffic is being compressed?
> Sent from my HTC
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