twolf at alten-technology
Mar 27, 2012, 9:15 AM
Post #3 of 3
thanks for your kind help. Attached you'll find the file, as it is in use right now (but obviously this changes from time to time).
I compiled 4.1, that works on Ubuntu 10.04. Of course I would appreciate to have DPI, but for the time being it's ok for me to live with a more port based solution. For DPI i might also be able to pay for consultancy and commercial support. Could you give me a calculation base please ?
Let me know if I can contribute any further and I'll see if I can manage.
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Von: Luca Deri [mailto:deri [at] ntop]
Gesendet: Dienstag, 27. März 2012 16:21
An: ntop [at] unipi
Betreff: Re: [Ntop] problem with ntop 4
we're moving towads nDPI and less on port-based detection. Can you please share with me your myProtos.list file?
On Mar 22, 2012, at 9:56 AM, Thorsten Volkmer-Wolf wrote:
i have managed to compile ntop 4 from svn (version 4.99.0) on an Ubuntu 10.04 linux where ntop 3.3 ran fine.
Compiling was done following the linkhttp://blog.dinotools.de/2010/12/20/ntop-4-unter-ubuntu-10-04-selbst-compilieren-und-installieren (sorry, it's a german site), compiling, linking and installing ran without any error.
Now ntop starts, shows a few errors like
**WARNING** Internal error: protocol overflow [140/139]
CHKVER: * You have requested - via the --skip-version-check option .... *
and sometimes (not always) ends up with a segmentation fault. What is more strange: I have provided a comprehensive list of ports / protocols, but on the website I can't see my protocols in the distribution diagrams, everything is "unknown". It's actually not even identified as IP traffic !
And: I never have given the command line option "--skip-version-check", here's my command line:
ntop -i "eth1" -M -m "111.222.333.0/20" -r "90" -t "2" -u "ntop" -w "3000" -D "myDomain" -P "/ntopdata" -p /etc/ntop/myProtos.list -c -B "no vlan" -4
As I said, ntop 3.3 ran fine, so what can I do to see what's going wrong ?
Thanks in advance for your help and best wishes,
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