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Fedora Core 5 Update: iptraf-3.0.0-1.3.FC5 Print E-mail
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Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Fedora Updated package.
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Fedora Update Notification
FEDORA-2006-283
2006-04-05
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Product     : Fedora Core 5
Name        : iptraf
Version     : 3.0.0                      
Release     : 1.3.FC5                  
Summary     : A console-based network monitoring utility.
Description :
IPTraf is a console-based network monitoring utility.  IPTraf gathers
data like TCP connection packet and byte counts, interface statistics
and activity indicators, TCP/UDP traffic breakdowns, and LAN station
packet and byte counts.  IPTraf features include an IP traffic monitor
which shows TCP flag information, packet and byte counts, ICMP
details, OSPF packet types, and oversized IP packet warnings;
interface statistics showing IP, TCP, UDP, ICMP, non-IP and other IP
packet counts, IP checksum errors, interface activity and packet size
counts; a TCP and UDP service monitor showing counts of incoming and
outgoing packets for common TCP and UDP application ports, a LAN
statistics module that discovers active hosts and displays statistics
about their activity; TCP, UDP and other protocol display filters so
you can view just the traffic you want; logging; support for Ethernet,
FDDI, ISDN, SLIP, PPP, and loopback interfaces; and utilization of the
built-in raw socket interface of the Linux kernel, so it can be used
on a wide variety of supported network cards.

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* Wed Apr  5 2006 Miroslav Lichvar  3.0.0-1.3.FC5
- fix crash when parsing long network interface name (#187937)

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This update can be downloaded from:
  http://download.fedora.redhat.com/pub/fedora/linux/core/updates/5/

ff41b3d12cdd312aef9ae51aab74abfacd0cfe2f  SRPMS/iptraf-3.0.0-1.3.FC5.src.rpm
72aad678af8d4ded47bee000a0f15cdba1069cca  ppc/iptraf-3.0.0-1.3.FC5.ppc.rpm
89d1b0fab3a342f48a81cc383ce8f074e6a725f7  ppc/debug/iptraf-debuginfo-3.0.0-1.3.FC5.ppc.rpm
07653a2d0fc03a19af3d46e9393b7cc65ad94ec8  x86_64/iptraf-3.0.0-1.3.FC5.x86_64.rpm
a3a87235d1cdfa6a809272cb9612b7b73798a8d1  x86_64/debug/iptraf-debuginfo-3.0.0-1.3.FC5.x86_64.rpm
252a0b89a0b77a64d3b9d2601a5f742ed86d3446  i386/iptraf-3.0.0-1.3.FC5.i386.rpm
8ec5979b745025875d9d8222bc6bc4e5e3631b89  i386/debug/iptraf-debuginfo-3.0.0-1.3.FC5.i386.rpm

This update can be installed with the 'yum' update program.  Use 'yum update
package-name' at the command line.  For more information, refer to 'Managing
Software with yum,' available at http://fedora.redhat.com/docs/yum/.
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