[Ntop] community and cluster
Ggatten at waddell.com
Mon Sep 15 20:37:30 CEST 2008
This is all the "doc" I could find - but granted I didn't spend hours
* You can define a community adding an entry of type
community.<name>=<network list>. For instance
* You can define a host cluster adding an entry of type
cluster.<name>=<network list>. For instance
* You can map a numeric vlan id to a name adding an entry of type
vlan.<vlan id>=<vlan name>. For instance vlan.10=Administration
I'm thinking Clusters is what you want, but there's a 16 cluster limit
per nTop instance, so if you have more than 16 ... "things" you want to
group, you'll need more than one instance. If this doesn't work, you
could use an instance per "group" and use filters to define the
interesting traffic for each group.
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Sent: Sunday, September 14, 2008 9:35 PM
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Subject: Re: [Ntop] community and cluster
On Sep 9, 2008, at 7:02 PM, Terri Kelley wrote:
I have a netflow running from a gateway router but want to break down
the info according to local subnets. Right now the info presented is
for all of the IP space we own. Basically I would like to be able to
see that and according to the groups of addresses allocated to the
various public subnets throughout my network. So my thought was
perhaps to use either host cluster or communities. As I understand it,
cluster is an aggregation of everything on a subnet. I cannot find a
definition of what community is so if anyone can tell me the
difference or what a community is it would be appreciated.
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