[CentOS] NTOP alternatives?

Wed Aug 29 07:52:56 UTC 2012
Rafał Radecki <radecki.rafal at gmail.com>

After some search I think I will use ntop ;)
Thanks for all help.

Best regards,

2012/8/28 Lamar Owen <lowen at pari.edu>

> On Tuesday, August 28, 2012 02:35:25 AM Rafał Radecki wrote:
> > Hi all.
> >
> > I have currently a task to implement a network traffic analyzer. Some
> years
> > ago I've used NTOP for that purpose, I would also like to test some
> > alternatives.
> > Which alternatives can you recommend and why?
> As a package, either the Fedora-based NetworkSecurityToolkit (NST) or the
> loosly-based-on-ubuntu BackTrack are nice.  NST has some very cool
> features, and a web UI that allows some nice options.
> NST runs best on a dedicated piece of hardware; slap a couple of GigE
> NIC's in a good box with dual procs, put one GigE on a SPAN port or a
> hardware tap, install NST on it and configure to your liking.  If you want
> prepackaged updates that you don't have to built yourself, subscribe to the
> NSTPro service.
> www.networksecuritytoolkit.org
> I'm using it here, and coupled with the power and configurability of
> Cisco's SPAN it works really well for troubleshooting.  I'm using it enough
> that I set up my own builder on Fedora 16, and have been building my own
> updates out of NST's SVN, which has been interesting....
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