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ntopng - Web-based Traffic and Security Network Traffic Monitoring

  •    Lua

ntopng is a web-based network traffic monitoring application released under GPLv3. It is the new incarnation of the original ntop written in 1998, and now revamped in terms of performance, usability, and features. While you can read more about ntopng on the ntop web site (http://www.ntop.org), we suggest you to start reading the doc/README.md file for learning how to compile and use ntopng.

DPDK - Data Plan Development Kit

  •    C

DPDK is a set of libraries and drivers for fast packet processing. It was designed to run on any processors. The first supported CPU was Intel x86 and it is now extended to IBM Power 8, EZchip TILE-Gx and ARM. These libraries can be used to receive and send packets within the minimum number of CPU cycles (usually less than 80 cycles), develop fast packet capture algorithms (tcpdump-like) and run third-party fast path stacks.

nff-go - NFF-Go -Network Function Framework for GO (former YANFF)

  •    Go

NFF-Go becomes part of DPDK project umbrella under Linux Foundation! Mirror repo can be found here: http://dpdk.org/browse/apps/nff-go/. We will accept patches through DPDK mail-list and standard DPDK contribution process too. NFF-Go is a set of libraries for creating and deploying cloud-native Network Functions (NFs). It simplifies the creation of network functions without sacrificing performance.

libmoon - libmoon is a library for fast and flexible packet processing with DPDK and LuaJIT.

  •    Lua

LuaJIT + DPDK = fast and flexible packet processing at speeds above 100 Gbit/s. Read and try out one of the examples to get started.

joincap - Merge multiple pcap files together, gracefully.

  •    Go

Merge multiple pcap files together, gracefully. I believe skipping corrupt packets is better than failing the entire merge job. When using tcpslice or mergecap sometimes pcapfix is needed to fix bad input pcap files.

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