Re: Port Aggregation Traffic

From: Joe Loiacono (jloiacon@nastg.gsfc.nasa.gov)
Date: Tue Jul 10 2001 - 05:48:00 PDT

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    If I'm not mistaken, InBytes is the number of bytes found in incoming
    packets for which the destination port is 80. Outbytes is te sum of bytes
    found in incoming packets with source port equal to 80.

    Joe

    At 08:46 AM 07/10/2001 +0000, C.C. Leong wrote:

    >I run this command
    >
    >artsportmagg -s 80 -o 80.arts arts.20010706
    >
    >to get the traffic for port 80 (http). As I understand netflow only can
    >capture traffic coming into the interface, but when I view the
    >arts.20010706 file, I see the belows.
    >
    >router: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
    >ifIndex: 37
    >period: 07/06/2001 07:57:57 - 07/07/2001 07:57:57
    >selected ports: 80
    > Port InPkts InBytes OutPkts OutBytes
    > ----- ------------- ------------- ------------- -----------
    > http 116029689 9982676586 188470114 13244526566
    > 0 278354719 176980893088 4462255 5325784612
    >
    >So my question here is what is means by InByte anf OutBytes. How can I
    >kown what are aggregated packets for src-port 80 and dest-port 80.
    >
    >Help!
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