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NAME

       traffic-exclude - Remove specified hosts from traffic summary

SYNOPSIS

       traffic-resolve  [-Vh]  [-i,  --input  file]  [-o,  --output file] [-x,
       --exclude address-spec] [-c, --include address-spec]

DESCRIPTION

       traffic-exclude is  a  filter  which  accepts  a  report  generated  by
       traffic-collect(8)  on  standard  input and removes specified hosts. It
       then rewrites the report to  standard  output.  Alternately  input  and
       output  files  may  be  specified on the commandline using the ā€™-oā€™ and
       ā€™-iā€™ switches.

       Addresses can be  specifed  as  hostname,  host  address  (xx.xx.xx.xx)
       host/netmask  (xx.xx.xx.xx/xx.xx.xx.xx)  or  in  CIDR  (xx.xx.xx.xx/xx)
       format.

OPTIONS

       -i --input file
              Read input from file instead of standard input.

       -o --output file
              Write output to file instead of standard output.

       -x --exclude address-spec
              Removes the specified hosts from the report.

       -c --include address-spec
              Removes all but the the specified hosts from the report.

       -h --help
              Prints usage information.

       -V --version
              Prints program version.

SEE ALSO

       traffic-collect(8),   traffic-sort(8),   traffic-totext(8),    traffic-
       tohtml(8), traffic-tops(8), traffic-togif(8),

AUTHORS

       Damien Miller <dmiller@ilogic.com.au>

       http://www.ilogic.com.au/~dmiller/traffic-vis.html

BUGS

       Hopefully none, probably legion.

                                  10 Feb 1999               traffic-exclude(8)