So far, I have been using Windows OS and I have used
Visual round trip analyzer. Now I have to shift to Linux systems.
What is the equivalent tool in a Linux environment.
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How about Wireshark? It's a network analyzer which can capture and display any network traffic - and it works on Windows too.
I am partial to iptraf, should be available in most distribution repositories!
That depends on what you want to get. Just a small list of tools to start from:
Check out ntop: http://www.ntop.org/
As Matthew Gall responded, iptraf is always a handy tool to determine bandwidth usage on a network interface basis. Also iftop is another utility, i will recommend reading the below post. Network traffic and bandwidth monitoring in linux
Wireshark. You should be happy with it. But remember to setup Wireshark to run as non root user: http://ask.wireshark.org/questions/7523/ubuntu-machine-no-interfaces-listed