Release Notes: This release includes major changes to the filtering system, including recognition of CIDR notation, additional protocol recognition, and automatic protocol name lookup. Interface support has also been expanded.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in the detailed interface statistics where packets were not properly filtered out based on their interface name. This caused inaccurate counts and rates on multiple-interface machines such as routers and firewalls. Support for wireless LAN and additional DVB interfaces has also been added.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release correcting some inaccurate byte counts and data rates, as well as user interface problems.
Release Notes: This version supports Token Ring interfaces and has TCP flow rate indicators, further improved sorting, protocol data rates, and wider filter coverage.
Release Notes: IPTraf now features a more detailed interface for miscellaneous IP packets (i.e. non-TCP, non-UDP). Faster sorting has been implemented. This version also currects bugs in the scanning code for closed entries, which caused 2.4 to incorrectly mark active TCP entries as ready for disposal. Some minor cosmetic errors were also fixed.
Release Notes: New features include display of source MAC addresses of LAN hosts, custom log file names, relaxed multiple instances, and recognition of /etc/ethers. Bugfixes include a "brake" on rvnamed, preventing it from crashing the whole system in case your DNS server goes down on a very busy network. A Setup script is also included to simplify the installation process.
Release Notes: This version is a maintenance release fixing some bugs in the IP traffic monitor sorting code, including a condition which can cause a segfault. IPTraf 2.3.0 users are encouraged to upgrade.
Release Notes: Fixes include an occasional segmentation fault in the TCP timeout log routine under certain conditions and an interface recognition fix for DVB interfaces.
Release Notes: This release fixes a failure to recognize FDDI interfaces with Ethernet emulation, and some screen damage at the TCP or UDP filter editors. Also added support for DVB interfaces, which apparently use Ethernet encapsulation. This version also fixes a bug in the TCP and UDP filters where entries containing 255.255.255.255 as an IP address are incorrectly interpreted as errors and ignored.
Release Notes: Promiscuous mode state restoration on exit is now suitable for bridges, automatic and manual removal of on-screen idle/closed/reset TCP connection entries and some logging improvements were added, along with some minor bug fixes.