Apparently the original developers of Netman and Etherman took
the tools commercial. I searched for the website of the company offering
the products, but couldn't find it. The source code is nowhere to be
found on [as expected] the net, but binaries are available through:
You will have to tweak with symlinks (/usr/lib/libX...) and install
hershey to get them working.
Also, Anthony David pointed out that a similar tool is available thru:
Thanks to those who replied:
> Awhile back around five years ago when SunOS was still the choice of OS,
> I had a couple of cool tools that helped monitor the network status.
> (or Interman?) monitored IP connectivity within a single segment and
> displayed real-time representation of the network communications.
> is a X11 based which provide protocol summaries, usage statistics and
> snapshots of network activity.
> I was wondering if any one as sucessfully ported these tools to
> Solaris? I checked
> the net and found only SunOS binaries, which does not work with Solaris
> 7 machines.
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