From: Derek Fage (lists account) (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Nov 20 2002 - 13:38:36 PST
---- Message from Edson Manners <email@example.com> at 13:09:36 2002-11-19 ------
>I use a perl script that pipes flow-recieve to flow-print and then pipes the
>output from flow-print as the input for the perl script. This script then
>copies the srcip and the sum of octets into a hash for each unique ipaddress.
> At the end of every day(11:55pm) this script is stopped and the ipaddresses
>along with the tally of octets used is written from the hash to a flat ascii
> My problem is that I also have cflowd on the same box and I would like to
>hear of opinions from people on the list of how to allow both cflowd and
>flowtools to be able to use the netflow data exported from my router.
> I've read of using flow-split that does not seem to be what I need to solve
>my problem, please correct me if I am wrong, I have also thought of saving
>the flows and exporting them to cflowd format using flow-export but then I
>cannot parse the data in realtime as my script is currently doing.
> I would really appreciate it if I could get views and opinions on what I
>should do in this situation. Any thing is appreciated.
>In a rare moment of mental clarity,
>I realized that I was insane. - Edson Manners
>Academic Computing and Network Systems
>Florida State University
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