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    Quote Originally Posted by GuruLeeNyc View Post
    Can you share with me the two please?
    They are the top 2 repos when you do cat /etc/apt/sources.list

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    Default Ntop and eth1 vs. br0 ethernet interface

    Hi,

    nTop is current running on my Untangle 5.1 box and is monitoring the eth1 interface as recommended in the guide. I went to change the interface to br0 as in the previous untangle version and nTop cannot find the interface. I assume it is now called br.eth0 as viewed in phpsysinfo. Is this correct?

    Also memory usage is quite high at this time and I have read that this particular issue can be caused by nTop. Will this cause any issues with Untangle and if so what would be best way to go adding more memory or decreasing what nTop monitors.

    Thanks, Jules
    Last edited by rxjules1; 03-12-2008 at 02:02 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silver Bullet View Post
    They are the top 2 repos when you do cat /etc/apt/sources.list
    The top two in mine are:
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    #deb http://b0a1-77f3-d4c2-f204:metavize@updates.untangle.com/public/sarge stable main premium upstream
    #deb http://b0a1-77f3-d4c2-f204:metavize@updates.untangle.com/public/sarge thunderbird main premium upstream
    What do you recommend? :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuruLeeNyc View Post
    The top two in mine are:
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    #deb http://b0a1-77f3-d4c2-f204:metavize@updates.untangle.com/public/sarge stable main premium upstream
    #deb http://b0a1-77f3-d4c2-f204:metavize@updates.untangle.com/public/sarge thunderbird main premium upstream
    What do you recommend? :-)
    Uncomment both of those and leave those 2 as the only repos in sources.list.

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    I removed all sources except for the 2 default, but then I got this error:

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    ~ # apt-get clean                                                            [root @ uvm51]
    ~ # apt-get update                                                           [root @ uvm51]
    E: Could not get lock /var/lib/apt/lists/lock - open (11 Resource temporarily unavailable)
    E: Unable to lock the list director
    It resolved itself after a 'shutdown now -r'
    Last edited by GuruLeeNyc; 03-14-2008 at 10:15 PM. Reason: resolved

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    Another question about NTOP:

    Is there anyway to keep cumulative records? Every time I restart my Untangle box, all counters start in ZERO...

    Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by juank View Post
    Another question about NTOP:

    Is there anyway to keep cumulative records? Every time I restart my Untangle box, all counters start in ZERO...

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    You might could try to use the -S 1 option on start up.

    Code:
    echo 'GETOPT="-S 1"' >>/etc/default/ntop
    You'll have to restart ntop after you do that.

    I haven't tried it so let me know if you do.

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    SB, it looks like -S option is not valid...
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    I have set up ntop as you said and I believe it's installed because netstat -an says something is listening on port 4000. I can telnet to localhost 4000 also. I have set up a port forward as instructed, but I don't have the Pass/Block drop-down on my port forward dialog. Do I need to set a firewall rule too?

    Thanks,
    Dave

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    That is a Packet Filter rule...not port forward. You will need to be in advanced mode to create a packet filter rule.

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