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Re: Making ps secure



Hi, 
For analysing my network I use ntop program, I see in my stats-->traffic I 
have a lot of broudcast packet (unicast is: 53.9%, broudcast is: 44.9%, 
and multicast is 1.2%). How I can find machins (or IP addresses) 
in my network that send broudcast packets.??
Thanks

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 Soheila Khademi
                                           e-mail: khademy@yahoo.com
                                                  soheila@maniac.sdc.uwo.ca
 Network Admin                                    khademi@cc.iut.ac.ir
 Network Services
 Center For Information Services  (CIS)    http://www.iut.ac.ir
 Isfahan University of Technology (IUT)    Tel: 98 311 3915840-1,45
 Isfahan, IRAN                             Fax: 98 311 3915805
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