Ntop



  • I installed Ntop.
    I'm trying some function…

    In "/networkMap.html" I receive:

    Local Network Traffic Map
    ERROR
    Missing 'dot' tool (expected /usr/local/bin/dot). Please set its path (key dot.path) here.
    

    What's wrong?

    I also receive this message in the logs:

    ntop[1655]: **ERROR** Buffer too short @ reportUtils.c:3717 (increase to at least 139)
    

    Is it possibile to separate the Ntop log from the pfSense Logs?
    I see a menu "Package logs" but it is empty…
    I think that should be best if Ntop logs are moved in "Package logs"



  • Now I have also this problem too:

    Dec 19 19:19:04 	ntop[4833]: **ERROR** EPIPE during sending of page to web client
    Dec 19 19:19:04 	ntop[4833]: **ERROR** EPIPE during sending of page to web client
    Dec 19 19:19:04 	ntop[4827]: **ERROR** EPIPE during sending of page to web client
    Dec 19 19:19:04 	ntop[4827]: **ERROR** EPIPE during sending of page to web client
    Dec 19 19:19:04 	ntop[4828]: **ERROR** EPIPE during sending of page to web client
    Dec 19 19:19:04 	ntop[4828]: **ERROR** EPIPE during sending of page to web client
    Dec 19 19:16:40 	ntop[619]: **ERROR** EPIPE during sending of page to web client
    Dec 19 19:16:40 	ntop[619]: **ERROR** EPIPE during sending of page to web client
    


  • No news?  ???



  • Single packages are not priority at the moment. We are trying to get the base system released and are therefore concentrating on that.



  • ntop package seems particularly buggy at the moment. I have problem acessing it occasionally and to fix it I have to go into ntop settings from PFsense and click on the LAN then click change.  Which seems to reset all the stats even though it was already monitoring that.  And then the password you set doesn't even work when you get into Ntop.

    Plus heaps of other stuff.  It's hardly worth using,  it used to work better back in .90a.

    I would just wait till after release once someone has done some work on it before trying it again.


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