File rc.config.ntop of Package ntop

## Path:	   Network/Monitors/Ntop
## Description:	   ntop startup parameters
## Type:	   string(eth0)
## Default:	   eth0
## Config:
## ServiceRestart: ntop
#
# Specifies the network interface used by ntop
#
NTOPD_IFACE="eth0"

## Type:	ip
## Default:	127.0.0.1:3000
#
# Supposing to start  ntop  at  the port  3000,
# the  URL  to  access  is http://hostname:3000/
#
# Please note that an HTTP server is NOT needed  in
# order to use the program in interactive mode.
#
NTOPD_PORT="127.0.0.1:3000"

## Type:	integer(0:65535)
## Default:	
#
# define SSL port. Please note, that you have to generate 
# a certificate to run run ntop with this option.
# This may be done with the commands:
# openssl req -new -x509 -sha1 -extensions v3_ca -nodes -days 365 -out cert.pem
# cat privkey.pem cert.pem > /etc/ntop/ntop-cert.pem
# /bin/rm -f privkey.pem cert.pem
#
# NTOPD_SSL_PORT="3001"
#
NTOPD_SSL_PORT=""

## Type:	string
## Default:	"ntop"
#
# define the user to run ntop. This should not be root!
#
NTOP_USER="ntop"

## Type: string
## Default: ""
## ServiceRestart: ntop
#
# Additional arguments when starting ntop with the init script
# /etc/init.d/ntop or rcntop.
#
# See man 8 ntop for all available commandline options.
#
NTOP_ARGS=""