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FlowScan-1.002 released

Dave Plonka

RRDTOOL aficionados,

    I'm pleased to announce the release of FlowScan-1.002. FlowScan
    is a tool to monitor and graph flow information from Cisco
    routers in "near" real-time.

    I've pushed myself to release it now since I've just recently
    added passive measurement of Napster traffic. A sample of what
    FlowScan can do is at:



    FlowScan is licensed under the GNU General Public License, and
    is available to you at:


Mailing Lists

    There are two mailing lists having to do with FlowScan:

    * flowscan
        a general mailing list for FlowScan users.

    * flowscan-announce
        a low-volume, restricted post mailing list to keep FlowScan
        users informed of news regarding FlowScan.

    Announcements will be "cross-posted" to both lists, so there's
    no need to join both.

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    Technology's Network Engineering Technology group at the
    University of Wisconsin - Madison. To subscribe to either of
    them, send email to:

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    containing either:

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    you must reply with the authentication information there-in.
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    If you're interested in Napster specifically, note the graph
    labeled "Well Known Services Mb/s" here:


    or, directly, here:


    I have written a general document about the Napster portion of
    the measurement at:



    FlowScan-1.001, which was essentially the beta version, has been
    tested quietly by a number of volunteers since September of last
    year. I'd like to thank the beta testers for their efforts and

    Also, thanks to Daniel McRobb, Tobi Oetiker, and CAIDA for
    providing the main tools upon which FlowScan is built, namely
    "Cflowd" and "RRDTOOL".


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