Re: nlanr scripts - explanation of output

From: Dancer <>
Date: Thu, 22 Apr 1999 09:19:53 +1000

Simon Bryan wrote:
> Hi,
> Sorry to ask another basic question, but is there a simple explanation
> anywhere of the output generated by the nlanr log analysis scripts? In
> particular I have a vague understanding of the headings
> and can at least get an idea of the traffic volume. I am not 100% on the
> terms UDP and TCP with respect to the type of data that would be
> connected with them, eg I have no UDP data at all.
> --
> Simon Bryan
> Information Technology Manager
> OLMC Parramatta

UDP is an internet packet type that's used to implement ICP (internet
caching protocol). If you aren't peering with other caches, you won't
see any UDP stats. If you are, but aren't logging ICP then you won't get
any either.

Received on Wed Apr 21 1999 - 17:01:05 MDT

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