WEB Looking for an open source program/script for monitoring/displaying RT traffic info

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  1. Cthalupa

    Cthalupa New Member

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    (Originally posted this in an IT crew thread, but figured I might as well try in here too)

    Anyone know of any open source programs that can show real time network usage per host? Preferably using Netflow, but if not, that's fine too. It'll be running on a bridge between the wan and lan, so if it has to collect it's own information, it's possible.

    Something similar to the following:

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    Edit: Cacti/MRTG/ntop all work at 60 second intervals. I need 10-20 seconds or so :hs:
     
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  2. projectalpha

    projectalpha 二號 Stunna

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    rrdtool based :o

    The problem with all of the big name ones is that they just query every minute or so. I need something that can just use netflow data.

    Really, it wouldn't be too hard to code, if you're not coding inept like me. Netflow has an open API, and there are plenty of probes/collectors for it. A netflow has all of the needed information for the above graph in it, and it updates every 10 seconds. There are tools out there that can put the info into a database or plain text file, so it would just need to parse it.

    It's so simple that I just can't really believe a tool doesn't already exist for it :o
     
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    Have you tried scrutinizer? They have a free version but I can't seem to find the interval for it.


    edit: Never mind

    Click on the individual Inbound or Outbound intervals above to bring up the actual conversation pairs for the one minute interval.
     
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    One minute interval thing is killing me :o

    Guess I might just have to hire someone to make it.
     
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    RaginBajin Have you punched a donkey today?

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    Zenoss is really good as well.
     
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    What program are you using in the first post.
     
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    It's a proprietary tool from a security appliance. I wasn't actually using it, and I can't really say what it is - the screenshot was given to me by a friend, and he asked me to keep it quiet :o
     

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