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artsports(l)							  artsports(l)

NAME
       artsports - utility to display port table objects from ARTS files

SYNOPSIS
       artsports [-v] [-n] [-p]	[-t] [-i ifIndex] [-l maxEntries]
		 [[-b beginTime] [-e endTime] infile(s)

DESCRIPTION
       artsports  is a utility that reads port table objects and selected port
       table objects from ARTS files (infile(s)) and  displays	a  summary  of
       their  contents on stdout.  When	encountering a selected	port table ob-
       ject, it	will print the selected	ports that were	used to	 generate  the
       selected	port table object.

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

       -n     The -n option causes artsports to	skip service name lookups  for
	      port numbers, and	just print the port numbers.

       -p     The  -p option will cause	the entries to be sorted in descending
	      order by packet count (sum of both input and output packets) be-
	      fore  being  printed  on	stdout.	 The default is	to sort	in de-
	      scending order by	byte count  (sum  of  both  input  and	output
	      bytes).

       -t     The  -t  option  will cause the total packets and	bytes per port
	      (the sume	of input and output) to	be shown, instead of  separate
	      input  and  output  counters.  When using	this option, the total
	      rates (packets/sec and bits/sec) will also be shown per port.

       -i ifIndex
	      The -i ifIndexList option	permits	selecting only data for	a spe-
	      cific  input interface or	set of input interfaces.  Selection is
	      by the interface's ifIndex stored	in the	attribute  section  of
	      the input	Arts objects.

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

       -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
       artsports -t -i 1,3-5 -l	20 -b '08/21/1998 09:00:00' arts.19980821

SEE ALSO
       artsagg(l), artsportmagg(),  artsportms(l),  artsdump(l),  artsases(l),
       artsasagg(l),  artsnets(l),  artsnetagg(l),  artsprotoagg(l),  artspro-
       tos(l),	artsintfms(l),	artsintfmagg(l),   artsnexthops(l),   artsnex-
       thopagg(l), artstoc(l), artstos(l)

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

				     LOCAL			  artsports(l)

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