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Re: [suse-security] Ntop SSL troubles images on SuSE 8.0
  • From: "Pep" <pep@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 18 Sep 2002 01:31:16 -0700 (PDT)
  • Message-id: <20020918013117.18335.h006.c000.wm@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Hi Philippe,

Yes, NTOP can be run on SSL.
The command line "NTOP -w 80 -W 443" would start an SSL
web server in the port TCP 443. My concerns are that
while statistics images are displayed on the normal web
server, they are not displayed on the SSL.

On Wed, 18 September 2002, "Philippe Vogel" wrote:

>
> &gt; By the way, why is that /etc/sysconfig/ntop and
> /etc/init.d/ntop do
> not
> &gt; forseen the possible usage of NTOP with SSL??? I
mean
> there is no
> choice to
> &gt; start &quot;ntop -W $NTOP_SSL_PORT&quot;...
>
> NTOP starts an own Webserverdaemon.
> This does not support ssl.
>
> NTOP provides live Capture of Traffic and Statistics
of
> portusage.
> I used it over some month and it did not work stable
> (Windows and
> Linux)!
> After some days it crashed because of too big logs (90
> User parmanent
> LAN/10 MBit Inet).
> I use Webmin Modules &quot;historical systats&quot;
for Netstats
> and mtrg.
>

I'll check webmin systats. Cheers!

Pep Serrano <pep@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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