Monitor Network Traffic with TrafShow
 
Trafshow is a neat application to monitor your network traffic. TrafShow will display a list of IP or MAC adresses which are corresponding with you.

TrafShow will display a list of all the incoming and outgoing traffic in a dynamic terminal window of the current connections.

TrafShow Source Code is available here: trafshow-4.0.tgz.

Her eis a manual on how to compile TrafShow for Mac OS X 10.3 Panther:
1.
download the source of trafshow-4.0.tgz, untar and unzip it
2.
Putt the following in a Terminal:
cd ~/Desktop/trafshow-4.0
./configure --host darwin
make

Now it will complain about an uknown host type dont worry bout that.
Don't make install as it wont install correctly.
3.
Once you have done the make you need to manually move some files:
sudo mv trafshow /usr/sbin/trafshow
sudo mv .trafshow /etc/trafshow
sudo mv trafshow.1 /usr/share/man/man1/trafshow.1

4.
/usr/sbin/trafshow needs to belong to root:wheel
permissions are 766
5.
Run TrafShow:
Once it’s installed you must run it as root.
Here are some possibilities on how to run trafshow:
sudo trafshow -i en0
sudo trafshow -n -i en0

En0 is your Ethernet Adapter. Check „ifconfig“ to find out whats the number of it.
6.
Help:
man trafshow

 
admin / Dec 06, 2012
 
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