Looking for Netflow analysis package

Jason Lester jlester at wcs.k12.va.us
Wed May 15 02:18:07 UTC 2013


ManageEngine's NetFlow Analyzer will do most of that (not sure about AS
Path Analysis.)  It is priced per monitored interface, but is pretty
reasonable for what it does.  They have a 30-day demo available.  We use
their full OpManager+NetFlow suite to monitor several hundred devices with
thousands of interfaces.  We only license NetFlow for the interfaces that
connect to external providers.

E-mail me privately if you want to see the reports.

Jason


On Tue, May 14, 2013 at 6:59 PM, Erik Sundberg <ESundberg at nitelusa.com>wrote:

> Does anyone know of a netflow collector that will do the following.
> *Graph/List Destination Networks By Top AS
> *Graph/List Destination Networks By Top IP Address
> *AS Path Analysis
> *Traffic Type (ICMP, TCP, UDP, IPSEC, HTTP, SSH, SMTP, etc..)
>
> We will be using this to help us decide who to Peer with and what transit
> Providers to look at.
>
> I am familiar with Arbor Network's Peak Flow utility but it's a little too
> pricy.
> I also found AS-Stats https://neon1.net/as-stats/ look promising from the
> power point on their page.
>
> Thanks
> Erik
>
>
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