Commit 9be050ef by pdw

Minor fixes to man page from Markus Koschany <apo@gambaru.de>

parent b13d71d5
...@@ -31,7 +31,7 @@ By default, \fBiftop\fP counts all IP packets that pass through the filter, and ...@@ -31,7 +31,7 @@ By default, \fBiftop\fP counts all IP packets that pass through the filter, and
the direction of the packet is determined according to the direction the packet the direction of the packet is determined according to the direction the packet
is moving across the interface. Using the \fB-F\fP option it is possible to is moving across the interface. Using the \fB-F\fP option it is possible to
get \fBiftop\fP to show packets entering and leaving a given network. For get \fBiftop\fP to show packets entering and leaving a given network. For
example, \fBiftop -F 10.0.0.0/255.0.0.0\fP will analyse packets flowing in and example, \fBiftop \-F 10.0.0.0/255.0.0.0\fP will analyse packets flowing in and
out of the 10.* network. out of the 10.* network.
Some other filter ideas: Some other filter ideas:
...@@ -116,7 +116,6 @@ instance, ...@@ -116,7 +116,6 @@ instance,
foo.example.com => bar.example.com 1Kb 500b 100b foo.example.com => bar.example.com 1Kb 500b 100b
<= 2Mb 2Mb 2Mb <= 2Mb 2Mb 2Mb
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.fi .fi
shows, on the first line, traffic from \fBfoo.example.com\fP to shows, on the first line, traffic from \fBfoo.example.com\fP to
\fBbar.example.com\fP; in the preceding 2 seconds, this averaged 1Kbit/s, \fBbar.example.com\fP; in the preceding 2 seconds, this averaged 1Kbit/s,
...@@ -199,7 +198,6 @@ directive is a name value pair, for example: ...@@ -199,7 +198,6 @@ directive is a name value pair, for example:
interface: eth0 interface: eth0
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.fi .fi
sets the network interface. The following config directives are supported: sets the network interface. The following config directives are supported:
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