[plug] Last nights seminar
Adrian at Diskworld.com.au
Wed Nov 9 12:23:07 WST 2005
On Wed, 2005-11-09 at 03:35 +0000, simon wrote:
> Adrian Woodley (Adrian at Diskworld.com.au) wrote:
> > Again, etherape is the answer here.
> really? I didnt know etherape did the geographical thing. Ill have to check it
I stand corrected - etherape doesn't do the geographical thing. There is
such a tool in debian/ubuntu, but a quick apt-cache search didn't reveal
As Nick said, it relies on DNS LOC entries or know subnet locations.
This becomes a problem when a subnet is only know to exist somewhere in
Australia - Alice Springs would appear to have every network in
Australia running through it (when the specific location is not know, it
just put the point in the middle of the country in question).
> Simon Scott
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