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Manual Reference Pages  -  TRAFLOG (1)

NAME

traflog - show traffic statistics collected and stored by trafd.

CONTENTS

Welcome
Synopsis
Description
Options
Usage
Examples
     Pattern examples
Exit Status
Files
Compatibility
See Also
Authors

WELCOME

This man page currently under construction. Welcome to writing!

SYNOPSIS

traflog [-V] traflog -l [-i iface | file] [-b num] [-e num] [-r] traflog -d [-i iface | file] [-fnN] [pattern |-F file] traflog [-aAfnNrs] [-i iface | file] [-b num] [-e num] [-o format] [-w file] [-S order] [pattern |-F file]

DESCRIPTION

traflog show traffic statistic from trafd statistics file (see trafd(8)).

There need write detailed description...

Default output formatted to 7 columns:
From packet’s source address
(from) Port
  packet’s source port (for tcp or udp)
To packet’s destination address
(to) Port
  packet’s destination port (for tcp or udp)
Proto protocol (see protocols(5) and /etc/protocols)
Data size of the packet data frame
All full size of the IP packet (traffic value)

OPTIONS

-a Output all log file records (default only one last).
-A Resolve local network and broadcast adresses (default not resolved).
-b Begin record number (-b "#24") or time (-b yymmddhhmm).
-d Print pattern table (use for test pattern).
-e End record number (-e "#26") or time (-e yymmddhhmm).
-f Resolve addresses only for hosts in local network.
-F Read pattern expression from file.
-i iface | file
  Interface name which trafd listen traffic or trafd data file name.
-l Print records list of the log file.
-n Don’t resolve addresses to host names.
-N Output only host names (without domain name).
-o Format output by named template described in file "traflog.format"
-r Print only number of records; otherwise print traffic count in Kb
-s Output summary traffic.
-S order
  Sort output in specified order:
f, from
t, to
b, bytes
s, srcport
d, dstport
 
-V Print version number and exit.
-w file
  Binary output to file
pattern
  Filter expression (see later).

USAGE

Traflog output details:
From Source IP address (numeric) or domain name (FQDN)
Srcport
  Source IP port (number or name from /etc/services)
To Destination IP address (numeric) or domain name (FQDN)
Dstport
  Destination IP port (number or name from /etc/services)
Proto IP protocol (name from /etc/protocols; if not found then prints ’unkn’)
Data IP data frame summary sizes for this line (sub-protocol datagra sizes summ)
All IP datagram summary sizes for this line (IP traffic value)

To display all possible protocol names edit /etc/protocols (or take new file from IANA http/ftp server) please.

To be continued... (Write it, please!)

EXAMPLES

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    Pattern examples

from turbo.nsk.su to ns.nsk.su port domain

to all port ftp port ftp-data

from TURBONET to all

from 192.188.187.127 mask 255.255.255.224 port all

from all to 144.206.0.0 proto tcp

EXIT STATUS

0 Success.
!=0 Error (see log)

FILES

/var/log/trafstat.log

    log file.

COMPATIBILITY

Tested on: BSDI BSD/386 1.0 (BPFT versions 1.0-2.0),
.Fx 2.2.8 (BPFT version 2.0),
.Fx 3.0 and above,
.Fx 4.0 and above (BPFT version 3.0 and above).

BPFT versions 3.*, 4.* work only on
.Fx 3.0 and above: requred library pcap (see pcap(3)) not included into previous versions of the
.Fx

SEE ALSO

trafstatd(8), trafd(8), traflog(1), trafshow(1), bpf(4), pcap(3).

AUTHORS


.An Vladimir Vorobyev Aq bob@turbo.nsk.su

    autor of the BPFT project, versions 1.0..2.0


.An Vitaly V. Belekhov Aq vitaly@riss-telecom.ru

    3.0 release


.An Stas Degteff Aq g@grumbler.org

    4.0 release, man pages

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