fozzy at zipworld.org
Wed Feb 27 16:32:14 MST 2013
I suppose it depends on where you feel comfortable on the "out of the box"
verses "hack it together yourself" spectrum. If I was wanting to do this
sort of thing, in the first instance I'd stand up an (x86) VM of OpenWRT
and play around with the available packages to see if it'll give me what I
need. Then I'd do my deployment on real hardware. As it's a distro focused
on being for network appliances it'll probably be easier to configure for
On Thu, Feb 28, 2013 at 7:44 AM, Adrian <adrian.blake at ieee.org> wrote:
> I would like to build a machine to intercept and record all IP network
> traffic. In my case, that which is passing to and from the Internet. I can
> physically place the box between the router and the network switch.
> What Linux distributions are best suited for this purpose? And what is the
> best tool to record record the data? The quantity will not be very great or
> fast, so recording disk capacity and speed are probably not an issue.
> I could probably do this myself but the collective knowledge of the
> community will probably provide me with a better result.
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