Hi,
I hope this is the right forum for this query.
I have a Netware 5.1 LAN with approximately 110 PCs connected. I haveBorderManager 3.7 SP1 controlling access to the Internet for our
school
population through an ADSL router. My Bordermanager logs indicate that
we
have downloaded approximately 3Gb for 1 - 17 May, while our ADSL
supplier's
logs have us downloading closer to 6Gb.
On Saturday morning 1-2am :48Mb, 2-3am :100Mb, 3-4am :0 Mb, 4-5am
:48Mb etc
etc was downloaded until I cut the ADSL connection, by which stage
approximately 650Mb had been downloaded for the day - all of this
while no
one was at school.
During this time there were 13 PCs left on throughout the school -
some
still logged into the network, a number of HP Print servers and
switches.
I've used the IP range 192.168.187.1-254 for all the devices on my
LAN.
My BorderManager server's IP is 192.168.187.254, with a 2nd NIC
192.168.10.10 connected to the ADSL router.
The IP for the ADSL router is 192.168.10.1
Any suggestions on how to find what is initiating the downloads?
Thank you
Stasiu Dorczak