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ntop Dockerfiles

This repository contains configuration files used to generate Docker images registered on Dockerhub.


In order to use the PFRING tools or take advantage of the PFRING acceleration when using the ntop applications, the PF_RING kernel module and drivers need to be loaded on the host system. Please read the instructions in the PF_RING User's Guide and Using PF_RING with Docker


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Install and Run

docker build -t pfring -f Dockerfile.pfring .
docker run --net=host pfring pfcount -i eno1

If you want to use a ZC interface, you need to access the license file from the container, you can use the -v|--volume option for this:

docker run --net=host -v 001122334455:/etc/pf_ring/001122334455 pfring pfcount -i zc:eth1

For additional info please read the PF_RING User's Guide


Install and Run

docker build -t ntopng -f Dockerfile.ntopng .
docker run -it --net=host ntopng -i eno1


Install and Run

docker build -t nprobe -f Dockerfile.nprobe .
docker run -it --net=host nprobe -i eno1

nProbe Cento

Install and Run

docker build -t cento -f Dockerfile.cento .
docker run -it --net=host cento -i eno1

nProbe Agent

Install and Run

docker build -t agent -f Dockerfile.agent .
docker run -it --network=host -v /etc/nprobe-agent.license:/etc/nprobe-agent.license:ro -v /lib/modules:/lib/modules:ro -v /usr/src:/usr/src:ro -v /etc/localtime:/etc/localtime:ro -v /sys/kernel/debug:/sys/kernel/debug -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock -v /snap/bin/microk8s.ctr:/snap/bin/microk8s.ctr agent


Install and Run

docker build -t n2disk -f Dockerfile.n2disk .
docker run -it --cap-add IPC_LOCK --net=host n2disk -i eno1 -o /tmp

Note: IPC_LOCK is required to use the Direct IO support in n2disk, which required mlock.


Install and Run

docker build -t nscrub -f Dockerfile.nscrub .
docker run -it --net=host nscrub -i eth1 -o eth2

Note: you can configure the application license sharing the license file with the container, you can do this using the -v|--volume option. This applies to all the applications.

docker run -it --net=host -v $(pwd)/nscrub.license:/etc/nscrub.license nscrub -i eth1 -o eth2

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