I run a web server (Debian Squeeze on a VPS), and the graphs provided by the hosting company show consistently that around twice as much traffic is incoming to the server compared to the outgoing traffic.
I have kinda asked this before.
I've set up a server that serves my website, dns and some gameservers.
However, when I check my routers firewall log, I get alot of incoming UDP packets blocked on the same port.
This is how it looks like, notice that the ports are not the normal and it's not opened or used.
[INFO] Sat Aug 25 21:25:09 2012 Blocked incoming UDP packet from 220.127.116.11:49001 t
I run a server out of my home and I'd like to know not just the total incoming bandwidth (much of which is requests from the server out to other resources), but a breakdown of that bandwidth by resource.
Setup: I have the home server set at a subdomain of a domain I own. All the sites it hosts are in sub-folders of that subdomain.
I was trying to set up a mail server with no luck. I want it to accept mail from authenticated users only and deliver them. I want the users to be able to connect over the internet. Ideally the mail server wouldn't accept any incoming mail.