Conf-based traffic logger
'trafflogger' is a conf-based traffic logger. All the logged data can be displayed (graphed) via the Web. Users can use it to get a global view of network load or to get a closer look at any of the hosts. You can make multiples confs for the same host, (changing only de pcap rule); essentially, taking photos of your network from multiples angles: one conf for web traffic, another for mail traffic, another for kazaa traffic, and finally one that logs all traffic. You can also use the pcap filter to block unwanted traffic for a specific conf.
released on 23 July 2004
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