What NMS do you use and why?
richb.hanover at gmail.com
Fri Aug 17 15:13:04 UTC 2018
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> Consider also open-source FlowViewer for netflow capture and analysis. A lot of very useful netflow based analytical tools in an easy UI. Sits on top of a robust set of Carnegie-Mellon's high-capacity SiLK netflow tools.
> https://sourceforge.net/projects/flowviewer/ <https://sourceforge.net/projects/flowviewer/>
About a year ago, I was horsing around with Netflow tools. I built a Docker image to make it easy to install FlowViewer. I also factored the FlowViewer source files to make it easier to install in a Docker instance. I have no opinion whether Docker would be a good solution for a high performance Netflow collector. However, this Dockerfile makes it easy (~15 minutes) to get started with testing.
Grab the files from my github repo's:
I also made a couple other Docker instances of Netflow tools. They're mentioned in my blog: http://richb-hanover.com/netflow-collectors-for-home-networks/
Blueberry Hill Software
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