[K12OSN] A good network discover program- NTOP-

Paul VanGundy vangundypw at sau14.k12.nh.us
Fri Dec 23 00:03:21 UTC 2005

What's the name of the program? I've read this four times and don't see
the name of the applicatoin you are talking about. Either you forgot to
mention it or I'm just reading way too fast....which is possible. :)


Paul VanGundy
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On Thu, 2005-12-22 at 17:43 -0600, Barry R Cisna wrote:
> Hello List,
> Just thought Id throw this out,for someone,,that might be looking for a good
> network" discovery tool" . I found this about a year ago,and havent found
> anything better,for doing a general mapping of your lan. It has support for
> Fibre..etc.It even ID's HP printers, WAP's.etc with their on icons for easy
> visual's trying to decipher,,what all you have conglomerated,,on your
> network.If you are like me,,and are vague on documenting IP address/MAC's
> etc,,this is pretty handy. Im sure there are others out there comparible to
> NTOP.. There is an rpm, that works for FC2-3-4..and I got it to install
> without whinning for any other dependencies!
> Just install the RPM,, run the commandline one time,, its started then point
> your browser to,,, localhost:3000  & view your network.
> I m sure many here have heard about it,or are using it,but maybe some
> havent..
> Hope this helps someone,,,
> Take Care,,,,
> Barry
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