Projects / pyctd


pyctd is a XML-RPC service for monitoring and altering Netfilter connections for network admins. It features connections listing (with the byte rate of connections), entries removal, and modification of connmark and timeout. By using XML-RPC, frontends can be easily built. A PHP frontend is already available.

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Recent releases

  •  12 Oct 2007 12:34

    Release Notes: This release adds filtering of unwanted connections.

    •  12 Oct 2007 12:33

      Release Notes: This release goes back to the first page when selecting a filter, fixes minor PHP bugs to be compatible with PHP5, fixes sorting on destination IPs, and adds anti-slash acceptance to username patterns.

      •  13 Aug 2007 11:52

        Release Notes: Sorting and filtering of the connection table are now done server-side. Pagination management was fixed. Models were adapted to look like the new pynetfilter_conntrack API. A netfilter connection mark can be displayed in hexadecimal. QoS bitmask was added. The username is retrieved at server-side (MySQL settings are deprecated). A benchmark mode was added to display loading time per refresh. Bugs in the filter bar were fixed.

        •  13 Aug 2007 11:38

          Release Notes: The new API of pynetfilter_conntrack is used. Sorting and filtering of the connection table are now done server-side. Username can be retrieved with UID included in the connection mark (with the --uid-mask option).

          •  29 May 2007 10:06

            Release Notes: This release features filtering on an IP with a netmask, a pagination feature, a QoS feature, an I18N feature, presentation enhancements, security fixes, fixes for an endian issue, fixed Internet Explorer 7 compliance, a fix for a JavaScript bug in IP address checking, a fix for AD user displaying (truncating 'DOMAIN\' to prevent from bad use of anti-slashes), and display of the username on authenticated UDP connections.


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