top for tcpdump
mg-fbsd3 at grant.org
Fri Apr 21 05:28:23 UTC 2006
Well, I tried ntop. It seems fairly complicated. I wasn't expecting
a web interface.
Unfortunatly, after a while it segvs, so I guess it's not so stable.
Also, lots of complaints about missing XML library and such.
I tried trafshow but it also dumps core on my 4.x system. Hmm.
But ok, thanks people, some good tools out there.
On 4/19/06, Kurt Buff <kurt.buff at gmail.com> wrote:
> ntop is your best bet.
> http://www.ntop.org, and look in ports for it.
> On 4/19/06, Michael Grant <mg-fbsd3 at grant.org> wrote:
> > Does anyone know of a tool like top that displays the open tcp
> > connections and sorts them by which is causing the most bandwidth?
> > I have someone consuming a lot of bandwidth but with so many tcp
> > connections, I'm not sure who it is.
> > Michael Grant
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