NAT Monitor is a tool to monitor hosts' bandwidth usage in a Linux-NAT network. A daemon collects data and clients display them (currently a Java applet graph). It detects new hosts and has a nice summary statistic.
|Tags||Utilities Networking Monitoring|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux OS Independent|
Release Notes: The memory footprint was greatly reduced. Security was improved with privilege dropping and a limit on the number of clients. An almost full-featured Java client was added.
Release Notes: natmonitor should no longer hang during the initial download of historical data (again, really fixed now). An install option has been added to the makefile. Safer socket reading and writing have been added. There is much faster code to read/write socket data, and even better socket error handling.
Release Notes: natmonitor should no longer hang during the initial download of historical data, and natmonitord should no longer crash if there are problems communicating with the client (an overridden SIGPIPE).
Release Notes: This release fixes a small bug that made natmonitord crash or hang with 100% CPU usage on some Linux distributions.
Release Notes: This maintenance release added a few new features and some bugfixes. Major improvements were made to the GTK frontend, which now has a more clear output and better error control. The totalin and totalout legends were fixed.