ippl 1.4.14

ippl is a daemon which logs IP packets sent to a computer.
ippl is a daemon which logs IP packets sent to a computer. It runs in the background, and displays information about the incoming packets.

Criteria can be used to specify what packets should be logged and what packets should be ignored.

ippl is free software and its licensed under the GPL license.

To run ippl, you will need a Linux system with a libc version 5 or higher. If you have libc version 5, you need to install the pthread library.

We would like it to run on a wide range of different Un*xes. For the moment, it only runs on Linux systems. If you are running another operating system and you would like to port ippl to it, please tell us.

Note that the development version should work with much more Un*ces systems, as it was entirely rewritten to use libpcap. I have currently run it on Linux (glibc2.1) and Solaris 2.6. I need some feedback from *BSD users, as I do not have a BSD system to compile it (I am aware of a limitation, due to the non-existent function, pthread_cancel on some Un*ces, and I am working on the problem).

What's New in This Release:

· ignore all and log all are now available
· fixed a minor memory leak

last updated on:
July 3rd, 2007, 10:05 GMT
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
developed by:
Hugo Haas and Etienne Bernard
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