Equilibrium Networks free/open-source software release

Equilibrium Networks' free/open-source visual network traffic monitoring software is now available for download at http://www.eqnets.com. A video of our enterprise system in action and technical documents detailing our approaches to traffic analysis, real-time interactive visualization and alerting are also available at our website.

Besides a zero-cost download option, we are also offering Linux-oriented installation media and an enterprise version of our system with premium features such as configurable automatic alerting, nonlinear replay, and a 3D traffic display.

Discounts—including installation media for a nominal shipping and handling fee—are available to institutional researchers or in exchange for extensions to our platform.

The software can run in its entirely on a dedicated x86 workstation with four or more cores and a network tap, though our system supports distributed hardware configurations. An average graphics card is sufficient to operate the visualization engine.



(from Principal Displays) - 'Interface draws on practical experience visualizing traffic in real time at military NOCs since 2001'

see trying to get people to realise that monitoring systems need that, and where it was already deployed......I never thought for a second anyone would need convinced, it seems obvious to me.