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Okewole, IA, Daramola SA, Ajayi CA, Ogunba OA, K.T. Odusami(eds.).  2006.  The Built Environment: Innovation, Policy & Sustainable Development. , Sango Ota: Covenant University Press,
Akinyoola, AL, Oginni LM, Adegbehingbe OO, Orimolade EA, Ogundele OJ.  2006.  Causes of limb amputations in Nigerian children.. West Afr J Med.. 25(4):273-275.
Olaiya, TA, Oladoyin AM, Oladele PO.  2006.  Challenges and Threats to Commitment and Due-Process in the Management of Public Funds in Nigeria,. Commitment and Due Process. , Kano, Nigeria: Bayero University Press
Omole Tale, ADESOLA Funso, AY.  2006.  Changing Paradigm: France, Nigeria and Francophone Africa after the Cold War. (Olayiwola Abegunrin, Olusoji Akomolafe (eds.) Nigeria in Global Politics: Twentieth Century and Beyond: Essays in Honour of Professor Olajide Aluko. , New York {USA}: Novapublishers
Ojo, O.E., Oladepo, K.T., Adewumi, I.K., Oke, I.A., Ogedengbe MO.  2006.  Characterisation of water supply in Osun State of Nigeria. Ife Journal of Technology. 15(1):27-37.
Osasona, CO, Hyland ADC.  2006.  Colonial Architecture in Ile-Ife, Nigeria. , Ibadan: Bookbuilders Editions Africa
Adekalu, KO, Okunade DA.  2006.  Comparative Evaluation of some Crop Yield Prediction Models using Tropical Cowpea Yield Weather Data. Journal of Applied Irrigation Science. :77-93.
Alimi, T, Ayanwale AB, Bamire AS, Bello HM.  2006.  Contributions of children towards household poverty alleviation: A gender comparison.. International Journal of Applied Agricultural and Apicultural Research (IJAAR), Nigeria.. 3(1&2):96-107.
AO, A, BA O, OO A, BM M, OO O.  2006.  Depression amongst Nigerian university students. Prevalence and sociodemographic correlates.. Social psychiatry and psychiatric epidemiology. 41(8):674-678.
Onu, FO, James-Gom SH.  2006.  Deregulation and the Quality of Life of Working Women in Karu LGA. Nasarawa State University, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Social Research, Nasarawa State University, Nigeria. 1(1):68-78.
Oluwaranti, AI, O.O. Abiona, C.E. Onime, L.O. Kehinde, and Radicella SM.  2006.  Development of a non-intrusive network traffic monitoring and analysis system. African Journal of Science and Technology. Vol. 7, No. 2, December 2006(Addis Ababa, Ethiopia):pp.54-69. Abstract

The growth in the use of World Wide Web (WWW) in the Internet has caused a significant
increase in the type and volume of network traffic. Presently, there is complete reliance on computer
networks by most enterprise, hence the importance of network traffic monitoring and analysis can
not be over emphasized. Most of the existing traffic monitoring and analysis tools are only capable
of measuring traffic loads on individual network segments and servers generating such traffic.
Nowadays, there is exponential increase in Intranet to Internet traffic due to www and other
applications, the need to determine which host or application is generating the most traffic is
crucial and important in managing limited network resources efficiently.This paper presents an
approach to monitoring Intranet to Internet traffic through the development of a non intrusive
network traffic monitoring and analysis system. The experimental aims include being able to monitor
live network traffic without adversely imparting on performance and also to identify and monitor
traffic patterns (both speed and volume) on the basis of host (IP address), protocol and time of the
day. This work builds on a previous work with a limitation to monitoring network traffic in a
switched environment.The setup presented in this paper meets with the above aims and has been in
use at the Obafemi Awolowo University, since April 2003. The monitoring interface was placed in
promiscuous mode, and a Perl wrapper script was used to start the IP Network Monitoring Software
(IPTraf) with suitable argument, to gather detailed interface statistics information and also produce
suitable log files used by Multi Router Traffic Grapher (MRTG) to generate graphical overview and
Webalizer to generate detailed analysis. Other scripts used are Run_mrtg, used to run MRTG via a
crontab. Mrtg_reader was used to read and clear the counter file. Run_webalizer was used to run
Webalizer via a crontab, and Webalizer_caller was used to Calls Webalizer to process the file, with
input file and output directory specified. The MRTG graph shows usage pattern, network downtime,
peak and saturation periods. While the Webalizer shows detailed statistical information about the
total packets and kilobytes transferred on an hourly, daily and monthly basis. The paper explains
how it has been implemented at the Obafemi Awolowo University campus network and the
requirements – software and hardware to install such a system on any network.

and Oyedele, OPSJB.  2006.  Effect of Waste Management on Property Values in Ibadan, Nigeria . Journal of Land Use and Development Studies . 2(1):133-144.
ADELUSI, AA, AILEME JD.  2006.  Effects of light and nutrient stress on some growth parameters of cowpea (Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp). Research Journal of Botany . 1(2):95-103..
Idigbe, EO, Odutolu O, Okonkwo P, Folayan MO, Uwakwe CBR, Audu R, Jolayemi OM, Orisagbemi M.  2006.  Evaluation of the Nigerian national antiretroviral (ARV) Treatment Training Programme . Journal of Social Aspect of HIV/AIDS Research Alliance . 3(3):488-502 .
O. Ojo, Ighalo JI.  2006.  Factors Affecting Lenders’ Consideration of Housing Loan Applications in Southwestern Nigeria. Journal of the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners. 19(1):87-101.
Oluwatope, OA, Aderounmu GA.  2006.  Failure Events Trend Analysis of Computer Systems in Nigeria. Nigerian Society of Engineers NSE Technical Transaction . 41(2):21-30.failure_events_trend_analysis_of_computer.......pdf