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Old 09-06-2010, 01:24 PM   #1
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1-snort Vs ntop-- 2- snort perfstat.exec


Good day,

I need to monitor network performance/usage based on protocols.
What would be good choice?


About snort now, is perfstat.c is replaced with some thing else?


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Ntop as Snort doesn't do performance stats & display. Wrt perfstat.c you could diff -r tarballs as I don't think Snort has ViewCVS or equivalent source code access these days.
 
  


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