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SYNOPSISramon [ra-options] -M (TopN | Matrix | HostProto | HostSvc | Svc) [-M Net/masklen] [ expression ]
Ramon reads argus(8) data from an argus data source, aggregates the records, sorts them based on user supplied criteria and generates modified argus data that supports RMON2 style tables and data reporting.
Ramon supports the same sorting capabilites and calling syntax as rasort() for specifying the sorting algorithm and order.
The output is valid argus data, and can be operated on using any ra*() program.
Like all ra based clients, ramon supports a large number of options, configuration through .rarc files, and input filtering using the terminating filter expression.
See the ra(1) man page for details on ra-options and expression syntax.
RAMON SPECIFIC OPTIONS
- -M TopN
- Generate the top N list of network addresses and supply the incoming and outgoing packet and bytes counts. The addresses can be modified using the -M Net mode in addition to this mode.
- -M Matrix
- Generate the list of talkers ( A <-> B) and supply the incoming and outgoing packet and byte counts. The talker addresses can be modified using the -M Net mode.
- -M HostProto
- Generate the list of protocols that are being used by each address and supply the incoming and outgoing packet and byte counts seen.
- -M HostSvc
- Generate the list of services that are being used by each address and supply the incoming and outgoing packet and byte counts seen.
- -M Svc
- Generate the list of services (dst port number) and supply the incoming and outgoing packet and byte counts seen.
- -M Net[/masklen]
- Track addresses as networks rather than host addresses. If the option masklen is not provided, the addresses are traced as subnets based on their Class network address.
Don't filter output to match expression filter. This generates
the complete set of addresses/nets that contributed to the inbound
and outbound metrics.
Carter Bullard ([email protected]).