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I am using Redhat Enterprise Linux 4,Want to configure NTOP . For this reason i am using ntop-3.2.tar file . But i don't found any configuration file from any website. I can't find it also from www.ntop.org . Can any one help me to give any web address where
i get NTOP COnfiguration clearly .
ntop is configured via itself, you don't need to personalise any configuration files directly, or didn't need to last time i used it. when you run the ntop exectuable,it starts listening on port 3000 so just go to http://localhost:3000 from the machine itself and you should get ntop.
I have already installed NTOP Rpm Package and Run it using webpage where i write down
"http://localhost:3000" But it shows apachee error . I can't found any port like 3000 using "netstat -nat ' . Can u plz explain what is major work of '3000' port and which service helps to run this port .
Here i mention that my apachee or HTTP service is 100% right in my Linux Enterprise 4 Machine. What is the problem ?...........plz help................
Sorry for disturb . I still can't run NTOP in my pc .
I am using Redhat Enterprise 4 and for NTOP i have installed
"ntop-3.1-1.2.el4.rf.i386.rpm". Then when i write "http://localhost:3000" in my web page then it can't connect
with my server . Barring this , from "ntsysv" command I can see "NTOP" which is running as Daemon . But i can't restart this service i.e,
when i write "service ntop restart" it can't say nothing .and "3000" port can't run also . Brother plz help me......