See how much each website is being utilized by bandwidth and then charge the owners of the websites accordingly.

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We host 5 internal websites and we want to track access to these websites and how much bandwidth each website utilizes and charge the owners of these websites accordingly.

We know it is going to be internet traffic and do not need AD. The people accessing the websites will be external users. We simply want to see how much each website is being utilized by bandwidth and then charge the owners of the websites accordingly.

Can LANGuardian do this?
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The Lonesome Packet

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Darragh Delaney, Employee

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Hi There,
Yes, this is possible with the LANGuardian. You just need to make sure you are monitoring the traffic going to the websites and you can then report on bandwidth usage using the standard LANGuardian reports.

Using our API you could also import this data into applications like Excel which could then be passed onto your customers. Some of our customers who have LANGuardian deployed for similar reasons also watch out for suspicious activity like an increase of hits to the websites which could be a sign of a DDoS attack

Hope this helps,
Darragh