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Network Traffic Analyzer analyzes the network traffic on multiple network devices and creates HTML statistics with some network usage
Network Traffic Analyzer analyzes the network traffic on multiple network devices and creates HTML statistics with some network usage graphs. Sometimes it is good to know, how the network is used, how many bytes were received and how many bytes were sent.Therefore, here is Network Traffic Analyzer, which creates simple network usage statistics.
Such statistics can tell you, how good your network connection really is (who cares about what Internet provider say, when was the network down, which time is the best time for downloading large packages of data etc. etc. Or with this software you can just better imagine, how many traffic can your home computer generate.
The basic for every computer is operating system. This software runs well on Linux (it need not run on kernels 2.0.x, see the bugs section), but it maybe can be ran on other platforms, I don't know. Please let me know if you are more experienced with it. This software is a package of few simple Perl scripts which generate static HTML files and some pictures using the GD library.
List of requirements:
Perl >= 5.6.0, older versions can work too, I think
GD >= 1.8 with PNG support
GD.pm, Perl interface to GD Graphics Library
Linux operating system with working ifconfig, procfs and running cron daemon
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