just wondering if anyone knows of software that will do the following:
run on a box, listen to all traffic through it and make nice graphs of
various stats such as:
- traffic per proto/port in bytes/sec
- traffic per src and/or dst ip in bytes/sec.
etc.. ie end goal is to allow some people to view a webpage with as
near RT stats as possible on how much traffic is going between 2
any ideas? something like a web package to parse tcpdump outputs would
be nifty. or even a gui tool, though the ones i know of tend to be
analysis driven rather than stats driven.
(ucd-snmp + mrtg doesn't cut it, as ucd-snmp doesn't have the stats
uhmmm... just came across tcpstat:
which would appear to be exactly to what i want in combo with gnuplot,
but if anyone has any alternative suggestions...
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