Looking for Netflow analysis package
peter.phaal at gmail.com
Wed May 15 03:55:28 UTC 2013
You might want to take a look at pmacct, http://www.pmacct.net/. It
includes an embedded version of Quagga, allowing BGP AS Path data to be
efficiently joined with flow records.
On Tue, May 14, 2013 at 3:59 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
> I also found AS-Stats https://neon1.net/as-stats/ look promising from the
> power point on their page.
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