Monitoring TCP/IP traffic
MClark at Nemschoff.com
Thu Mar 4 09:09:18 PST 2004
From: Francisco Reyes [mailto:lists at natserv.com]
Sent: Thursday, March 04, 2004 5:45 AM
To: FreeBSD Questions List
Subject: Monitoring TCP/IP traffic
As of a few days ago my DSL modem activity light rarely ever goes inactive
I am looking for any program anyone could recommend to monitor what's
Yesterday I added log options to all my IPFW rules to see if I could find
anything suspicious. I added log options even to pass rules and the amount
of activity in the DSL modem seems much more than what is reported by
The machine in question is a 4.9 Stable (as of Dec 29) and it acts as a
gateway to my other machines.
Is there is anything like TOP for TCP/IP?
I saw ntop in ports, but it seems only analyzes LAN/internal subnet.
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