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Old 02-03-2011
Monitoring traffic in the network

I Colleagues,

Somebody can say me how to monitoring traffic in the network. also I am interested in monitoring memory. if somebody to know a guide with command advanced in unix welcome for me.

Thank you for adcanced.

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tttview(1)								net								tttview(1)

NAME
tttview - Tele Traffic Tapper viewer- a viewer program for remote, real-time, graphical traffic-monitoring. SYNTAX
tttview [-addr recv_addr] [-mcastifaddr addr] [-multicast] [-port recv_port] [-probe addr] [-yscale (K|M|n)] DESCRIPTION
tttview is the viewer program in the ttt program suite. tttview displays traffic-data collected on a remote host by tttprobe. To run tttview, it is not necessary to be "root". The ttt program suite is yet another descendant of tcpdump but it is capable of real-time, graphical, local and remote traffic-monitoring. It won't replace tcpdump, rather, it helps you find out what to look into with tcpdump. OPTIONS
-addr recv_addr Specifies the local address. Only useful for multicast addresses. If omitted, "224.8.8.0 is used as default. -mcastifaddr addr Specifies the multicast interface address. Only useful when an interface is selected to join a multicast group. -multicast Shorthand for the default multicast destination "224.8.8.0". -port recv_port Specifies the udp port number to receive traffic-data from a remote tttprobe. If omitted, port 7288 is used as default. -probe addr Specifies the address of a probe. Only useful to select one among multiple probes. -yscale ('K'|'M'|n) change the scale of y-axis. 'K' and 'M' represent 1000 and 1000000 respectively. EXAMPLES
Remark: "hostA" is allways the host where traffic-data is collected with tttprobe and "hostB" is allways the host where the traffic-data is displayed with tttview. point-to-point monitoring: hostA: tttprobe hostB hostB: tttview or: hostA: tttprobe ip_of_hostB hostB: tttview multicast: when using the default multicast address: hostA: tttprobe -multicast hostB: tttview -multicast this is equivalent to: hostA: tttprobe 224.8.8.0 hostB: tttview -addr 224.8.8.0 AUTHORS
tttview was written by Kenjiro Cho < kjc@csl.sony.co.jp>. This manual page was written by Thomas Scheffczyk <thomas.scheffczyk@verwaltung.uni-mainz.de>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). SEE ALSO
ttt(1), tttprobe(1) Kenjiro Cho 1.7 tttview(1)

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