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A passive network scanner

Project description

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NetGrasp
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Netgrasp tracks IP and MAC address pairs seen on the network while it runs,
optionally generating notifications. For example, it can notify you when a new
device joins your network. It can also send daily and weekly emails summarizing
the devices using your network.

Netgrasp currently requires Python 2.

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Installation
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Run:
pip install netgrasp

Or:
sudo ./setup.py install

To configure netgrasp, save the configuration template to any of
the following paths, as preferred for your local configuration:
* /etc/netgrasp.cfg
* /usr/local/etc/netgrasp.cfg
* ~/.netgrasp.cfg
* ./netgrasp.cfg

For example:
sudo netgrasp template > /usr/local/etc/netgrasp.cfg

Then edit the configuration file to suit your environment.


To start netgrasp:
sudo netgrasp start

To stop netgrasp:
sudo netgrasp stop

Some built-in documentation on using Netgrasp:
* netgrasp -h
* netgrasp list -h
* netgrasp identify -h

Complete documentation can be found in docs/README.md:
https://github.com/jeremyandrews/netgrasp/blob/master/docs/README.md

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