tcpdlog graphs?

tcpdlog graphs?

Post by Jon P Schew » Mon, 08 Jul 1996 04:00:00

I'm trying to figure out a way to take the tcpdlog file on a machine and
make it a little easier to read.  Like have some graphs of the data.  
Specifically the percentage of time that each number of modems, right now
0 - 10, is being used, given a time interval.  Is there such a program
out there already?  Or do I need to write it?  It doesn't have to output
the graphs either.  It just needs to output the numbers that I can put
into a spreadsheet program that can graph them.

        Jon Schewe 

        Computer Science Major    
        Michigan Tech University        


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