Subject: Re: Tool for processing "ipmon" output
To: Matthias Scheler <>
From: Herb Peyerl <>
List: tech-net
Date: 02/26/1999 19:17:01 (Matthias Scheler)  wrote:
 > is there a tool which can process "ipmon" output? I would e.g. like to
 > know how many traffic is caused by certain network services.

"gratuitous quick hack warning!"

I cheat and have a cgi on an oracle server and run this script every 15
minutes... It's just for fun; I don't do anything serious with it.

Oh, btw, I use ipfstat output; not ipmon.  So I guess it's not exactly
what you're looking for.


DATE=`date '+\&date=%Y%m%d\&time=%H%M%S'`
ipfstat -ai -ao | sed "
        s/count [a-z][a-z]* on [a-z][a-z0-9]* from any //
        s/ count [a-z][a-z]* on [a-z][a-z0-9]*//
        s/ to any//
        s/^/GET \/log\/log.cgi\?count=/
        s/ from /\&direction=1\&address=/
        s/ to /\&direction=0\&address=/
" | (ipf -z -f /etc/ipf.conf >/dev/null ; sort +2) | while read A
       echo $A | /usr/local/bin/nc oraclehost 8080