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NETWATCH()                                                NETWATCH()

       Netwatch - Ethernet Internet Protocol Monitor

       netwatch [ -h ] [-b] [-i dd.dd.dd.dd] [-m dd.dd.dd.dd] [-n] [
       - t] [ -e ethnum ] [ -c netconfigfile ]

       Netwatch examines all the packets travelling on  an  ethernet
       and  analyses  the  IP  packets.  The  information is tallied
       according to the source and  destination  hosts.  An  ncurses
       display  indicates a dual-list status for all hosts. The left
       display refers to LOCAL  hosts.  The  right  list  refers  to
       REMOTE  hosts.  It is possible to examine statistics (counts)
       on number of packets, bytes, IP service type and last  commu‐
       nication  host  for  each  host. Use the arrow keys (left and
       right) to change the display.


       -e ethnum
              ethnum is the name of the ethernet device  to  attempt
              to run with netwatch.  (e.g.  -e eth1 selects the eth1
              device rather than the default eth0 device.

       -c confignetfile
              selects the name of the file which contains the ifcon‐
              fig information. Note that this is not necessary since
              netwatch will use the route information from /proc/net
              to build all the information needed (without using ANY
              configuration file).

       -b     For a transparent bridge, ignore every other packet...
              (older kernels)

       -i dd.dd.dd.dd
              Fake  a  local  internet address for "this" machine...
              (useful in making fake local net for  monitoring  when
              combined with the -m option )

       -m dd.dd.dd.dd
              Fake the netmask which is used for the local net eval‐

       -n     Do not resolve names (just display addresses)

       -h     Simple help information

       -t     Start Netwatch in TOP Mode (30 sec. startup delay)

       The following description will attempt to clarify  what  keys
       netwatch  understands.  It is important to know that the pro‐
       gram is  mode  dependent.  This  means  commands  may  change
       depending on the current mode.  The primary mode is dual-list
       mode. In this mode use

       <tab>  key     - switch scroll  display  to  the  other  list
              (dual-lists). Look for KEY.

       <left> key      - Change display options (moving left through
              the options)

              key     - Change display options (moving right through
              the options)

       <up>   key      - Scroll to previous host page on the current
              list (see KEY) Change display  options  (moving  right
              through the options)

       <down> key     - Scroll to next host page on the current list
              (see KEY)

       h      key     - gives help screen

       t      key     - Toggle TOP mode  (where  30  sec  update  on
              busiest hosts)

       c      key     - Clear counts for all hosts

       n      key     - Clean the remote & local host tables

       N      key      -  Clean  the  remote  OR  local  host tables
              (depends on which is current)

       L      key     -  Produce  LOG  of  current  display  entries
              (REMOTE or LOCAL)

       b      key     - Toggle display of BLUE entries (OLD)

       d      key      -  Toggle  display  of  DOMAIN  entries (Name
              Server Queries)

       w      key     - Enter WATCH mode for viewing  ROUTING  stats
              and HOST packets

       <F10>, <END>
              or q key     - Exits the program

       Gordon MacKay

       Copyright (c) Gordon MacKay 1997, under GPL

       Yes, but hopefully the program is better than it was...

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