Re: Package to represent network traffic

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Les Mikesell wrote:
On Sun, 2006-07-02 at 15:32, Aaron Konstam wrote:

I once had an installed package that gave a graphical representation of traffic on the network, but I can't remember its name. I've tried searching yum with a few guesses, without success. Can anyone help?

I think the package you want is called mrtg and is part of the
distribution FC4 and FC5.

Mrtg will pull the traffic info via snmp from remote systems
and routers.  It is easier to use with a tool like cacti that
provides a web interface for the setup:

You can watch your local interface and other system counters
with gkrellm.

ntop is extremely cool. Maybe that's the one you were thinking?

Can view via any web browser on (default) port 3000.

Simple RPM install from memory.



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