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Old 02-28-2008, 04:31 PM   #1
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Web Interface for Traffic Analysis

I'm looking through various packages like ntop and flowviewer trying to find a good solution for displaying traffic analysis results in near realtime to an internal web site.

I've had experience with comercial appliances like the Packeteer Packetshaper and I really like some or the reporting features like top sources, top destinations, ports, protocols, bandwidth used by each, historial charts.. etc. I believe there are some tools out there that will even graph the geographical correlations with the destination traffic. For example// Why all the sudden is their a 20% increase in traffic destined to Hackistan? Or Why is there 40mbits of video traffic headin to youtube today?

Anyone have any recomendations for an open source solution?

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Maybe take a look at nfsen:


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