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  • #40613

    pkaer
    Member

    Hello,

    I’m new on Zeroshell that I’am using to do QOS on bridge.
    First of all, thanks to Fulvio for this great job.

    Just 2 questiions about features improvement.

    Possibility to have an auto-refresh in QOS Statistics with a “pic” column ?
    Possibility to analyse network traffic by ports and/or l7 protocols ?

    Those 2 features, a bite like Packeteer does, would be very helpfull to customize Bandwidth sharing in QOS.

    thanks
    PK

    #45317

    imported_fulvio
    Participant

    @pkaer wrote:

    Hello,
    Possibility to have an auto-refresh in QOS Statistics with a “pic” column ?

    Ok, this is a good idea. I am going to implement it as soon as possible.

    @pkaer wrote:

    Possibility to analyse network traffic by ports and/or l7 protocols ?

    To see the details of the work of the classifier you just have to click the [View] button fron the section [QoS]->[Classifier]

    Regards
    Fulvio

    #45318

    pkaer
    Member

    @fulvio

    Thanks for your answer and sorry for my poor english.

    When I talk about “network traffic analyzer”, I mean the way Packeteer does.
    A kind of learning mode.

    From my point of view ( I am not a specialist), at the begining of a QOS stuff I don’t know how the bandwidth is used and what ports and/or l7 protocols are used.
    So before to decide anything, I have to learn who is using what.
    Then I’m able to decide how I’ll share the bandwidth and what and who I’ll lock.

    May be I am wrong… Sure I am unexperimented in ZeroShell 😉

    Best regards

    PK

    #45319

    imported_fulvio
    Participant

    I think ntop or iptraf are good solutions to your request.
    In the future I’ll try to include them in Zeroshell.

    #45320

    pkaer
    Member

    Yes they are,

    both have their own qualities. May be ntop have more features.

    Thank you for your answer.

    Best Regards

    PK

    #45321

    sorcerer
    Member

    is it easy to install ntop on Zeroshell ?
    could anyone give a brief detail of prerequisites and instllation ?

    #45322

    imported_fulvio
    Participant

    I am not sure, but I think it should be easy to install ntop on Zeroshell. I will try to release it as an external packages to add to the 1.0.beta9 release.

    Regards
    Fulvio

    #45323

    sorcerer
    Member

    where cab we find those external packages ?

    #45324

    nicolasavru
    Member

    I recently set up Zeroshell on an old machine and it has performed flawlessly. Thank you for all your efforts Fulvio.

    I have been trying to install ntop on top of zeroshell, but being a (very) new user when it comes to Linux, have not had much luck. I just wanted to ask if you still planned to release an ntop package for zeroshell, or if you or someone else could provide a walkthrough to installing ntop (and its dependenices; gcc, etc.) on zeroshell.

    Thank you for any assitance you or anyone else can provide, and once again thank you for creating the magnificent piece of software known as zeroshell.

    #45325

    imported_fulvio
    Participant

    The release 1.0.beta10 includes iptraf as network analyzer. I am going to include ntop in the future.

    Regards
    Fulvio

    #45326

    tgunr
    Member

    Did ntop ever happen? I didn’t see it in the addons.

    #45327

    mgibbons
    Member

    Hi Fulvio

    Any chance we can see ntop in zeroshell any time soon?

    KR’s

    Mark

    @fulvio wrote:

    The release 1.0.beta10 includes iptraf as network analyzer. I am going to include ntop in the future.

    Regards
    Fulvio

    #45328

    Anonymous
    Member

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    #45329

    mgibbons
    Member

    @fulvio wrote:

    The release 1.0.beta10 includes iptraf as network analyzer. I am going to include ntop in the future.

    Regards
    Fulvio

    Hi fulvio, any chance of getting ntop in the next beta?

    Its been a while since you threatened it’s inclusion in the above post

    KR’s

    Mark

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