Jnettop allows administrators of routers to watch online traffic coming across the network in a fashion similar to the way top displays statistics about processes. It is useful for quickly evaluating the state of the network.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux BSD FreeBSD Solaris|
Release Notes: Implementation of the protocol for communication with a graphics client (jnettop-gui).
Release Notes: This release supports text output as well as running in a pseudo-daemon mode. It can recognize local networks by netmasks, and can recognize 802.1q VLANs.
Release Notes: This release adds supports pausing the display, sorting according to various columns, external IP resolvers (samba resolver included), and an option to disable resolving completely. It has been rewritten to separately display logic. It is a preparation to add a GUI version.
Release Notes: This release now works under FreeBSD, OpenBSD and NetBSD correctly (apart from usual Linux and Solaris).
Release Notes: jnettop now supports IPv6 and sniffing on more interfaces on Linux, and can count packets instead of just bytes.