Re: network analyzer
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Michael Loftis wrote:
> I can't recommend ntop. It's really buggy and really really resource
> intensive. Besides what he seems to be talking about is active service
> checks, not network monitoring. So the original poster needs to
> straighten out what they actually want. Network Analysis or network
> monitoring or host/service monitoring. Three VERY different things.
> --On February 15, 2007 12:13:28 AM +0100 Gilles Mocellin
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Le mercredi 14 février 2007 15:28, Chris Parker a écrit :
>>> Hello all,
>>> I am looking for recommendations for a network analyzer for a 1200 pc,
>>> multiple switches and routers, size network.
>>> Nagios groundworks opensource looks promising. Mapping and showing
>>> possible problems looks good.
>>> Google searches bring back alot of choices, but I would like real world
>>> experience advice from my fellow Debian users.
>> No one speaks about ntop !
>> You have also fprobe + flowscan.
> Michael Loftis
> Modwest Operations Manager
> Powerful, Affordable Web Hosting
OK I will rephrase my question. I combined the two together. Sorry
about that. First off I would like to know what the list would
recommend for network flow. Showing bottlenecks, src and dst of
packets. I have used ntop, and was curious what else was out there.
The other question was geared toward system monitoring. Nagios looks
promising. I was wondering what others were using, and what would be
thanks for the responses
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