Netplayback is a data visualization utility designed for administrators of big networks who need to examine large sets of SNMP data retrieved from connected routers in order to perform debugging and troubleshooting operations.
Displays SNMP log data in an organized manner
The application is capable of handling logs containing details about data transfers between hundreds of network devices, providing support for various log formats.
But its utmost feature is the way it displays the imported data, color coding requests, responses, errors and OID mismatches for easier identification, which can also help you promptly respond to problems. What's more, all the requests and responses are organized in tree view and displayed on multiple pages, in order to ease navigation.
Explore logs at your own pace and apply filters
The log content can either be loaded all at once or viewed in movie-like format. The latter option enables you to read each entry one by one, while gaining full control over the loading process (play / pause, rewind, forward, adjust the speed and so on). Additionally, Netplayback can be configured to stop the playback when an error is detected, so as to give you time to analyze its causes.
Filtering options are also available, enabling you to exclude the records that don't match the criteria. You can filter logged information by the router's IP address, the OID or the data type.
The 'Configuration' area is where you can change the application's behavior and modify the way data is displayed. Netplayback enables you to modify the number of routers per page, the time scaling factor, the default speed, the response code and so on. Configuration file can be saved and loaded at a later time.
A handy tool for network administrators
Netplayback is not easy to configure, but it should pose no problem to experienced users who are familiar with Node.js and browser-based applications. It helps administrators view detailed SNMP data at a pace they are comfortable with, so as to identify device failures, detect errors and find a solution to connection problems as soon as possible.
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View SNMP log data in an organized manner
Explore logs at your own pace and apply filters
The log content can either be loaded all at once or viewed in movie-like format
Configure application’s behavior
Import a log file or a browser history
The log content is displayed in a tree view, arranged by router’s IP address
Filter logs by OID
Filter logs by data type
View details of each request or response
You can view the source of a web page, and make corrections if needed. (You may be able to copy and paste the result of this.)
Internet Explorer support:
Microsoft Edge support:
Is there a GUI for this? (e.g. using the conventional Windows desktop. Or is it just a command-line app? )
I know this question is a bit off topic but I am attempting to get a simple router config to work. I am wanting to get a minimal ASUS RT-AC81U running dd-wrt running in bridge mode. I have a NAS box as well as 2 x 10gb sata drives. With the intent of clonezilla a backup script on the NAS. I have installed DD-WRT on the box, it will turn on and out of hibernate. It will not come out of suspend and work.
I believe I need to do something with the 2nd Sata drive, since I have the ID 187(s) drive connected to the NAS, instead of the other one.
I can get the console to come up, however, it will not output the data I am looking for it to output.
Does anyone know the correct sequence to bridge the raid to the NAS box, with the correct ID(s) coming in the 192.168.1.0 network.
You mention that you are looking to get the correct sequence to do it, however, I don’t think you understand the principle of what you are trying to do. The only reason that you get the console to boot up is that the config is written onto the drive that contains the console. When you power the router off, the data is written to whatever drives are connected at the time. So in your case the first drive that you connect will be written to.
Can you post what you have tried as you go through the config. As you see in the pictures you posted, it looks like you have no configuration
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How to set-up:
Go to the Admin Control Panel and choose Sitemap settings.
Next on the right hand side choose individual items settings.
Be sure to enter “&identity_filter” and the relevant page that you want to track.
Note:*This is the address that the attacker logged in to*
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If you want to find out more about the plugin’s capabilities, read the documentation:
Our Payments plugin enables merchants to accept online payments and customers to make purchases. The feature allows you to receive and process transactions via credit cards, PayPal, Google Wallet or Alipay. A merchant may receive and process funds for a one-time charge or in an ongoing process, and a customer may pay by a single or batch payment.
The plugin also supports Stripe, which is currently the best-known payment service in Europe.
How does it work?
If a merchant accepts orders in his shop, customers can pay via an on-site payment method or via an external payment gateway.
The plugin stores the following information about each payment:
Customer’s name, address, e-mail address, phone number, credit card number and expiration date.
Amount of the transaction.
Option to receive the transaction as a refund.
Transaction result — either successful or failed.
Option to subscribe to a merchant’s newsletter.
The plugin allows merchants to track incoming and outgoing transactions, track orders, make payments, receive the payments, unblock orders, refund transactions, send receipts, receive donations, receive donations and approve recurring payments.
The plugin is flexible and provides various options for setting up recurring payments, depending on a merchant’s product flow and business model. If a merchant is paid per sale, the plugin allows to subscribe the customer to multiple payment methods at the same time (including recurring payments). The plugin supports first and last payments for subscription monthly and yearly payments.
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– Supports log formats of 10 Cisco Routers and 5 Cisco ASA or Junos.
– Created by Patrick R.
– Supports localization for 12 languages (only Chinese can be translated to English).
– Available for different platforms: Mac OS X, Windows, Linux.
– Configuration file can be saved and loaded at a later time.
– Supports Mac OS X (10.6 or later) and Windows (XP or later).
– Development is done by using Node.js.
– Translated to Chinese, Russian, Spanish and Turkish.
Minimum Disk Space Required: 1.4 GB
The 4th edition of ITU-T X.24 Standard is now being released for public. It is an important document since it is officially recognized by International Telecommunication Union (ITU-T) to set standards for IP telephony. Some of the standard’s functions like PSTN and circuit switched network with a new voice protocol based on Internet protocol, PSTN to IP based transmission with new SIP protocol, IP based video and audio transmission, IP based multimedia conferencing.
Although there are several variants of X.24 standard and we will be here highlighting only one of them; those variants, in terms of functions, are very much similar as far as X.24 standard is concerned.
The X.24 standard defines a set of functions, methods and media streams for the transfer of enhanced services such as voice, video, data and other multimedia over the data networks. X.24 standard is a convergence protocol for the access to network services using IP based protocols. It is designed to transport voice, video and data on a common platform using a standardized set of interfaces and protocols. X.24 standard accomplishes interoperability across industry sectors by providing a set of protocols, interfaces and tools that support and facilitate the integration of voice, video and data into a common platform for telecom service providers and other network operators.
ITU-T X.24 is a technical standard for the use of protocols for the transport of voice, video and data in IP networks. Its primary purpose is to define new media streams for the access to network services, for Internet and PSTN, using IP based protocols. It enables the transport of any kind of media, from computer to computer (voice, video and data), over IP networks. X.24 has developed four main components, namely (a) methods, (b) data interfaces, (c) functional requirements and (d) Media Streams.
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• Display multiple pages of SNMP log data, including requests, responses, OID mismatches and errors
• Set the speed of playback for faster analysis
• Configure Netplayback by loading a file at a later time
• Choose from 3 different data visualization modes, including tree view, table view, and map view
• Sorts SNMP data by OID, IP address, data type and so on
• Filter by IP address or any other data field
• Configure Netplayback to stop playback if it encounters an error
• Set the default speed of the playback
• Display all or only OIDs of the rows that match the user’s specifications
• Restores the state of the application when it gets unresponsive
• Supports saving the application configuration in a file
• Send the log file (Windows only) as an attachment in email messages
• Supports uploading log files (Windows only) to a FTP server
Netplayback source code and binaries are distributed under the GNU GPL v3 License.
It requires Node.js.
If you have any questions or need help with Netplayback feel free to get in touch with us through our home page:
If you love what Netplayback provides and would like to support the authors please consider donating to the project via our donation page:
Visit the Netplayback support site for installation and configuration documentation:
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System Requirements For Netplayback:
Supported OS: Windows 10
Windows 10 Processor: Intel Core i5-10600 or AMD Ryzen 7 1700
Intel Core i5-10600 or AMD Ryzen 7 1700 Memory: 8GB RAM
8GB RAM Hard Drive Space: 1GB free hard drive space
1GB free hard drive space Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 1070/AMD RX Vega 56
NVIDIA GTX 1070/AMD RX Vega 56 Additional Notes: This build includes RTX installation.
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