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NDSAD: an open source NetFlow probe

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Sometimes it is required to collect statistics on network traffic, e.g., for security purposes or for usage-based billing. One of the most preferred ways is to use a Cisco router that exports traffic data in a Netflow stream. Cisco routers are good. But what to do when dealing with a PC-router? The solution is to use a Netflow probe, a daemon that intercepts packets on a network interface of the router, captures statistics, and exports it in a stream of Netflow packets.

NDSAD (NetUP Data Stream Accounting Daemon) is a Netflow traffic probe.
 read more | mail this link | score:8218 | -John_M.Stagger, March 7, 2007
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