Network traffic tracker
Nettop is visualising active network traffic as top does with processes.
It displays active network streams sorted by bandwidth used. This is
often usable when you want to get a fast grip of what is going on on your
This is jnettop 0.13.0.
It's a package, which should do simmilar job for network as top does for
-- Introduction --
After administering various networks I decided to write this piece of code,
becouse I didn't find anything that was simmilar or suitable for my purpose.
I often needed to watch traffic on the outbound router by the times our line
was getting red and see, what's going on
jnettop can use a configuration file named .jnettop, which is looked for in the home directory of the user running the application. A sample configuration file is provided under the name ".jnettop" in the documentation directory.
More details are available in the bundled README file.
Justin Killen writes:
listen:ASCII:<interface name>:<data size>:<bpf filter>:<max lines>
interface name required - the name of the interface that we want to attach to.
data size optional - the literal text 'bits' to change the output to bits
instead of bytes (default is bytes).
bpf filter optional - the bpf filter to use (default is all traffic on the inte
2006-04-11: Added support for UIA output
Added support for conditional compilation of NCURSES and
jnettop - View h
2006-04-11 Jakub Skopal <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* added support for UIA output (protocol and sources provided b
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