ElastiFlow Getting Started?

Rishi Panthee rishipanthee at ryamer.com
Thu Mar 23 03:32:41 UTC 2023

I use Akvorado within my network, it’s quite nice and easy to setup. A demo exists at https://demo.akvorado.net/. 

Rishi Panthee
Ryamer LLC

> On Mar 22, 2023, at 10:26 PM, Matt Corallo <nanog at as397444.net> wrote:
> Is this in relation to the old opensource archived ElastiFlow or the new proprietary one with only subscription options above a certain flow count? Presumably the subscription comes with some kind of support?
> I think the only option left for open source flow monitoring is the new free.fr-maintained Akvorado at https://github.com/akvorado/akvorado I haven't had a chance to play with it yet, curious if anyone else has.
> Matt
> On 3/19/23 1:53 PM, Mike Hammett wrote:
>> Does anyone know of a getting started guide for the latest release of ElastiFlow? I went the docker path because I recall setting up a system before that had a lot of work with dependencies and getting things tied together.
>> I got it installed and it seems to run without error, but there's nothing telling me how to actually access the UI. Something is listening on port 8080, but it just gives me a 404. That seems to be pertinent to the API, which I don't care about at this time. That seems like low hanging fruit that the documentation misses.
>> -----
>> Mike Hammett
>> Intelligent Computing Solutions
>> http://www.ics-il.com
>> Midwest-IX
>> http://www.midwest-ix.com

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