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Monitor Network Traffic with Netflow

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Know your flows...
Netflow provides a session-level view of network traffic, recording information about every TCP/IP transaction that occurs over your network. It might not be as complete a record of network traffic as tcpdump can provide, but it's also much easier to manage and much more informative when aggregated.

By session data I mean "which host talked to which other host, on which ports, and how much data did they exchange?" One session is a flow.
 read more | mail this link | score:5532 | -Ray, August 29, 2005
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