Real Time Interactive IP LAN Monitoring with IPTraf Tool

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3 Responses

  1. aaron says:

    No offense meant, but I seem not to appreciate IPTraf a lot. I tend to find the information it displays not very “helpful”. I know Wireshark is too detailed and Etherape consumes lots of CPU resources but I think ifTop does a better job. Maybe it’s just the type of info I look at when monitoring the LAN, who knows. I like the IPTraf interface though.

  2. jerico says:

    Nice Read, do you know an application somehow similar to iptraf that can be used to configure other network related configurations like firewall? Routing?

  3. Fabio R Carvalho says:

    Hi! Do you know why the synthetic NICs from Hyper-V doesn’t show to IPtraf?
    Normally the NICs shows up like seth0.

    Thanks!
    Fabio

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