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From: Guilherme Mesquita (guynh.conex.com.br)
Date: Fri Feb 15 2002 - 19:36:36 CST
YES! Since the first answer to my post, I got the "demarc" address, and indeed it was what I've been looking for. :) I saw it before but I lost the bookmark :(
I've been developing some projects around this kind of remote monitoring but PHP is quite slow when used with too many entries, while perl could be faster. That's why demarc can work slightly better than any PHP-based system...
Thank you again
-- Guilherme M.
On Fri, 15 Feb 2002 21:52:45 +0100
Aide Florent <faidealphacent.com> wrote:
> Le Vendredi 15 Février 2002 19:37, Matt.Carpenteralticor.com a écrit :
> > Why would it have to be PHP?
> I am ok with that one :=)
> > I don't recall what it uses (I believe it's PHP) but DEMARC is a very nice
> NOP Demarc is a perl app (mod_per or cgi: install choice)
> > IDS Monitor for Snort IDS Systems.
> Yes Demarc is really cool stuff, it is more than just an IDS log browser. It
> is also able to check files and services on many hosts at a time and let you
> browse through all the data from a web browser.
> It is NOT GPL check the license to see how you can use it.
> It is decidedly a must see application.
> Aide Florent
> Alpha Centauri
> "The aim is to `commodotise the protocol'. By giving the stack away,
> maybe we can stop everyone obsessing over how to format the bits on the wire,
> and get them writing applications instead."
> Craig Southeren, co-founder of OpenH323, 1998