[Ntop] Dual NIC issue
Rivalino M. Jr.
rivalino at k4b.com.br
Fri Dec 1 14:47:00 CET 2006
Try to use the -w switch to define the address and port your ntop will
wait for HTTP request.
For example: ".... -w 192.168.1.1:3000 ..."
Looking at the output below, it is possible your ntop is configured to
accept connections just from the localhost. The hbci should be the
service name assigned to the port your ntop are waiting for http
requests. Probably that name is defined at /etc/services.
Chris Harner wrote:
> I used the "ps" command and the process is infact running. However,
> when I did the lsof command I got this:
> chpas-chngmgt2:~ # lsof | grep ntop |grep TCP
> ntop 5673 wwwrun 0u IPv4
> 529974 TCP localhost:hbci (LISTEN)
> That doesn't quite look right. Is there any way I can change this?
> What does hbci mean?
> Thank you.
> On 11/30/06, *Rosberg, Michael* < m.rosberg at telesat.ca
> <mailto:m.rosberg at telesat.ca>> wrote:
> First I'd check to see if the ntop process is running or not using
> # ps -ef | grep ntop
> If ntop is alive I'd verify which port the http service is bound
> to. The default is TCP/3000. You can use the list open files
> command 'lsof' to see which port the ntop http-server is listening on
> # lsof | grep ntop | grep TCP
> the output should like something like the this if using port 3000:
> ntop 11254 nobody 0u IPv4 18492401
> TCP *:3000 (LISTEN)
> hope this helps.
> -----Original Message-----
> *From:* ntop-bounces at unipi.it <mailto:ntop-bounces at unipi.it>
> [mailto: ntop-bounces at unipi.it <mailto:ntop-bounces at unipi.it>]
> *On Behalf Of *Chris Harner
> *Sent:* Thursday, November 30, 2006 3:41 PM
> *To:* ntop at unipi.it <mailto:ntop at unipi.it>
> *Subject:* [Ntop] Dual NIC issue
> We decided to configure a second NIC with the server which is
> plugged into the backbone (L3) switch. I came back and
> noticed that the NTop page now fails to load. I restarted the
> ntop process and that did not work. I re-ran the cron
> (/usr/bin/ntop) and it looks like it works, but the page does
> not get hosted. I tried it on both addresses and it does not
> I enabled it to run as a daemon when it was working. ANy
> suggestions on how i can get this working again? Thank you all.
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