A simple application for tracking connection requirements between different entities in a network.
Conntrackt (Connection Tracker) is a simple Django application for tracking connection requirements between different entities in a network.
The application was written with intention to be used by system adminstrators and integrators that deploy servers on customer premises, and need to keep tight track of possible communication links between different entities in the project.
In addition to keeping track of connections, the application has the ability to generate simple iptables rules based on the connections specified. The generated rules can be easily applied using the iptables-restore utility.
In short, Conntrackt provides support for the following:
- Multiple independent projects
- Grouping entities inside of project by location
- Entities can be individual devices or networks
- Entities can have multiple network interfaces
- iptables rule generation (per-entity/location/project)
For more information, please have a look at full documentation at one of the following websites:
Django Conntrackt application is licensed under the terms of GPLv3, or (at your option) any later version. You should have received the full copy of the GPLv3 license in the local file LICENSE-GPLv3, or you may read the full text of the license at:
Django Conntrackt documentation is licensed under the terms of CC-BY-SA 3.0 Unported license. You should have received the full copy of the CC-BY-SA 3.0 Unported in the local file LICENSE-CC-BY-SA-3.0-Unported, or you may read the full text of the license at:
The following third-party libraries are included as part of Django Conntrackt, but are distributed under their own license:
- Bootstrap (sub-directory conntrackt/static/bootstrap)
- Apache License v2.0
- jQuery (file conntrackt/static/jquery-min.js)
- MIT License