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NAME

       iptotal - IP Traffic-based monitor, not requiring SNMP

SYNOPSIS

       iptotal [OPTS] <interface>

DESCRIPTION

       iptotal  listens  to  a  network interface in non-promiscuous mode, and
       measures IP bandwidth usage. After the specified number of seconds, the
       average throughput is printed as total, input and output usage.

OPTIONS

       -c <filename>
              Read configuration file. Default is /etc/iptotal.conf.

       -C     Ignore configuration file.

       -d <level>
              Debug  level:  0  -  no  debuging;  1 - summary; 3 - all packets
              captured.

       -f <filterstr>
              Use pcap filters (see tcpdump).

       -F     Fork and run in background.

       -h     Print help.

       -m <maskbits>
              Set number of  network  mask  bits  (1-32)  for  subnet  traffic
              aggregation.  Default is 24 (255.255.255.0).

       -P     Use promiscuous mode on network interface.

       -r <seconds>
              Reporting period - number of seconds, default 300.

       -v     Print version.

CONFIGURATION FILE

       /etc/iptotal.conf
              File   that   defines   the   default  configuration  used.  See
              iptotal_config(5) for more details.

AUTHOR

       Written by Antoine Megens <webmaster@dingetje.homeip.net>

       Manpage written by Millis Miller <millis@faztek.org>

REPORTING BUGS

       Report bugs to <webmaster@dingetje.homeip.net>

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright © 2003, 2004 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
       This is free software; see the source for copying conditions.  There is
       NO  warranty;  not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
       PURPOSE.

SEE ALSO

       iptotal_config(5), iptotald(8), tcpdump(1)