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This project is not part of the GNU Project.

This is the first (to the authors' knowledge) free and open-source implementation of a RMON2 network monitoring agent available. The implementation focuses on RFC-2021, with protocolDir, protocolDist, nlHost, nlMatrix, alHost and alMatrix groups already functional.

There is also a module suitable for loading into Net-SNMP via dlmod.

An prototype support for an extension, known as ID-Trace, is under development. This extension enables the agent to do stateful inspection on packets, coded with the Protocol Trace Specification Language (PTSL) and without breaking the RMON2 MIB semantics.

Registration Date: Thu 23 Dec 2004 04:48:42 AM UTC
License: GNU General Public License v2 or later
Development Status: 4 - Beta

 

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Tracking changes
     posted by rnsanchez, Thu 21 Feb 2008 08:48:54 PM UTC - 0 replies

Those who are interested in the development of Ramon can watch the repository changes at CIA.vc. I've registered Ramon some time ago, at:

http://cia.vc/stats/project/ramon

Enjoy. :)

Working under FreeBSD!
     posted by rnsanchez, Mon 12 Sep 2005 02:30:35 AM UTC - 0 replies

I've successfully built and run latest CVS Ramon under FreeBSD-5.4 Stable (as of june/2005).

It took unexpected amounts of work: I expected to have a hard time with the thread stuff, and little work with network code (.h includes and structs). It turned out completelly "flipped". Threads were somewhat easy, and net required lots of #ifdefs.

CVS tag is still rmon2_0_3_0_pre9

fixing the server
     posted by rnsanchez, Thu 30 Dec 2004 05:30:50 AM UTC - 0 replies

I'm currently fixing the server, and all work is being done under the current CVS tag, which is:

rmon2_0_3_0_pre9

I hope to get this fixed soon, as there are lots of things to do which aren't even in the Task tracker (no spare time to fill it up!)

:)


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