Help - Monitoring Network Response

Help - Monitoring Network Response

Post by Jet B. Bagadio » Sun, 12 Jan 1997 04:00:00



Hi,

I'm new to Solaris Administration. I don't have any network tools such
as Sniffer but I do want to somehow monitor network response time. Are
there any Solaris freeware that I can use? Is the round-trip time
information in traceroute sufficient?

Please reply thru e-mail. Thanks.

--
Jet B. Bagadion

 
 
 

1. PasTmon-0.1.6 Response Time Monitor Released

PasTmon-0.1.6 (Beta) has been released at http://www.pastmon.org.

PasTmon is an OpenSource project, licensed under the GPL, to provide
passive network application response time monitoring capability.

As packaged, PasTmon can monitor http, telnet, rlogin and rsh protocols.  It is
intended to extend this to many more common network protocols.

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