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artsases(l)							   artsases(l)

NAME
       artsases	- utility to display AS	matrix objects from ARTS files

SYNOPSIS
       artsases	[-v] [-p] [-r] [-i ifIndexList]	[-l maxEntries]
		[-t AS]	[-s srcAS] [-d dstAS] [-b beginTime]
		[-e endTime] infile(s)

DESCRIPTION
       artsases	is a utility that reads	AS matrix objects from ARTS files (in-
       file(s))	and displays a summary of their	contents on stdout.

OPTIONS
       -v     The -v option causes artsases to print version  information  and
	      exit immediately.

       -p     The  -p option will cause	the entries to be sorted in descending
	      order by packet count before being printed on stdout.   The  de-
	      fault is to sort in descending order by byte count.

       -r     When  using the -t AS option, the	default	output shows the total
	      byte and packet counters only.  If you also use the  -r  option,
	      the  output  will	contain	packet and bit rates instead of	packet
	      and byte totals.

       -i ifIndexList
	      The -i ifIndexList option	may be used to select only data	 which
	      contains	an interface index attribute in	ifIndexList.  In other
	      words, the -i ifIndexList	option lets you	select data from  par-
	      ticular  interfaces or sets of interfaces.  ifIndexList may con-
	      tain hyphens (indicating an inclusive range)  and	 commas.   For
	      example,	-i  1,2,5-8  would select data with an interface index
	      attribute	of 1, 2, 5, 6, 7 or 8.

       -l maxEntries
	      The -l maxEntries	option will cause only the first maxEntries AS
	      matrix entries to	be shown for each AS matrix object.

       -t AS  The  -t AS option	will cause only	the total traffic for AS to be
	      shown.  This is convenient when you wish to see the total	amount
	      of traffic to and	from a particular AS.

       -s srcAS
	      The  -s  srcAS option causes only	entries	with a source AS equal
	      to srcAS to be shown.  This permits selecting only traffic  from
	      a	particular AS.

       -d dstAS
	      The  -d  dstAS  option causes only entries with a	destination AS
	      equal to dstAS to	be shown.  This	permits	selecting only traffic
	      to a particular AS.

       -b beginTime
	      The  -b  beginTime  option  may  be used to select only the data
	      which is from a time period at or	later than beginTime.	begin-
	      Time  must  be of	the form 'MM/DD/CCYY hh:mm:ss' and must	be en-
	      closed in	quotes.	 Example:

		'8/31/1999 09:00:00'

       -e endTime
	      The -e endTime option may	be used	to select only the data	 which
	      is  from a time period at	or before endTime.  endTime must be of
	      the form 'MM/DD/CCYY hh:mm:ss' and must be enclosed  in  quotes.
	      Example:

		'8/31/1999 09:00:00'

EXAMPLES
       artsases	arts.19980821

SEE ALSO
       artsagg(l),  artsasagg(l), artsnets(l), artsnetagg(l), artsportmagg(l),
       artsportms(l), artsports(l), artsprotoagg(l), artsprotos(l),  artsintf-
       magg(l),	artsintfms(l). artsnexthopagg(l), artsnexthops(l), artstos(l),
       artstoc(l), artsdump(l)

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
       artsases	and documentation written by Daniel W. McRobb
       CAIDA, August 1998

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