Wire-speed packet capture/transmission using commodity hardware with PF_RING. Zero-Copy packet distribution across threads, applications, Virtual Machines. Libpcap support for seamless integration with legacy applications.
10 Gbit and above lossless network traffic recording with n2disk. Industry standard PCAP file format. On-the-fly indexing to quickly retrieve interesting packets using fast-BPF and time interval. Precise traffic replay with disk2n.
nProbe: extensible NetFlow v5/v9/IPFIX probe with plugins support for L7 content inspection. nProbe Cento: up to 100 Gbit NetFlow, traffic classification, and packet shunting for IDS/packet-to-disk acceleration.
High-speed web-based traffic analysis and flow collection using ntopng. Persistent traffic statistics in RRD format. Layer 7 analysis by leveraging on nDPI, an Open Source DPI framework.
nProbe (via its export plugin) supports ElasticSearch flows export. Setting up nProbe for the ElasticSearch export is a breeze, it just boils down to specifying option –elastic. For example, to export NetFlow flows collected on port 2058 (–collector-port 2058) to … Continue reading →
Continuous packet recorders are devices that capture raw traffic to disk, providing a window into network history, that allows you to go back in time when a network event occurs, and analyse traffic up to the packet level to find … Continue reading →
Getting started with PF_RING can be a bit tricky as it requires the creation of a few configuration files in order to setup the service, especially when ZC drivers need to be used. First of all it requires packages installation: … Continue reading →
Recently, we have introduced the concept of network and container visibility through system introspection and also demonstrated its feasibility with an opensource library libebpfflow. In other words, by leveraging certain functionalities of the linux operating system, we are able to … Continue reading →
A few months ago at FOSDEM we introduced the concept of network and container visibility through system introspection and we released an opensource library based on eBPF that can be used for this scope. Based on this technology, we created a lightweight … Continue reading →
Later this week the ntop team will attend InfluxDays, June 13-14, London, UK. We’ll be talking about traffic monitoring in containerised environments, and give you an outlook of our roadmap. If you are attending this event (we’ll have a … Continue reading →
This is to announce the release of nProbe Cento 1.8 stable release. This is a maintenance release where we have made many reliability fixes and added new options to integrate this tool with the latest ntopng developments. We suggest all … Continue reading →
Most people think that SSL means safety. While this is not a false statement, you should not take it for granted. In fact while your web browser warns you when a certain encrypted communication has issues (for instance them SSL … Continue reading →
The latest ntopng 3.9 dev gives you the possibility to choose whether to send telemetry data back to ntop. We collect and analyze telemetry data to diagnose ntopng issues and make sure it’s functioning properly. In other words, telemetry data … Continue reading →
One of the most difficult steps on a monitoring deployment scenario is to choose where is the best point where traffic has to be monitored, and what is the best strategy to observe this traffic. The main options are basically: … Continue reading →