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Amonst many other things, FlowScan optionally measures and graphs traffic for applications such as Napster. A sample of what FlowScan can do is at:
UDPServicesoption was added to CampusIO. This directive allows one to specify which UDP traffic should be measured, similarly to the CampusIO
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I have written a general document about the Napster portion of the measurement at:
Some related research on Napster flows is at:
Alexander Kunz <Alexander.Kunz@nextra.de> Kevin Gannon <firstname.lastname@example.org> John Payne <email@example.com>
Also, thanks to Daniel McRobb, Tobi Oetiker, and CAIDA for providing the main tools upon which FlowScan is built, namely ``cflowd'' and ``RRDTOOL''.
Copyright (c) 2000 Dave Plonka <firstname.lastname@example.org>. All rights reserved.
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