artsases






artsases − utility to display AS matrix objects from ARTS
files


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

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



‐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 default 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 particular interfaces or sets
     of interfaces.  ifIndexList may contain 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.











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‐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.  beginTime must be of the form ’MM/DD/CCYY
     hh:mm:ss’ and must be enclosed 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’



artsases arts.19980821

artsagg(l), artsasagg(l), artsnets(l), artsnetagg(l),
artsportmagg(l), artsportms(l), artsports(l),
artsprotoagg(l), artsprotos(l), artsintfmagg(l),
artsintfms(l). artsnexthopagg(l), artsnexthops(l),
artstos(l), artstoc(l), artsdump(l)

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