IPAC-NG is the iptables/ipchains-based IP accounting package for Linux. It collects, summarizes, and nicely displays IP accounting data. Ipchains and (preferably) iptables are supported. Logs are stored in files, a gdbm database, or a PostgreSQL database.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: There are major bugfixes with regards to chain creation with "%chain% name" and the configure script.
Release Notes: The database backend has been made more generic and SQLite database support has been added. MySQL support is still pending for the next release.
Release Notes: Many code cleanups were made.The non-classic mode was removed, and improvements in handling large amounts of data with the PostgreSQL backend were made. SQLite and possibly MySQL database backends will be included in the next release.
Release Notes: Multiple accounting hosts are now supported (see the -H options to fetchipac and ipacsum). Fetching was made faster. The new word, "hostname", was added in the config. The access agent name was changed from "postg" to "postgre". Old config samples were removed. Minor changes were made in the database structure (see UPDATE-1.26 for details). Postgre is now the recommended storage. A compilation problem which occurred without postgresql has been fixed. A gdbm storage problem introduced in 1.26 has been fixed. The default config file has been corrected.
Release Notes: Batch mode was fixed again. The ipac-2-mrtg contrib section was added. Compile problems with gcc 3.2 were solved. Runfile parsing with ipchains has been fixed. There are other little fixes.