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N. Brownlee, "Using NeTraMet for Production Traffic Measurement", in Integrated Management Strategies for the New Millenium, May 2001.

Using NeTraMet for Production Traffic Measurement
Authors: N. Brownlee
Published: Integrated Management Strategies for the New Millenium, 2001
URL: https://catalog.caida.org/details/paper/2001_ntmintro/
Entry Date: 2003-01-30
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When monitoring network traffic, a flow measurement approach can provide the advantage of data reduction in near real-time. RTFM, the IETF's standard, generalised architecture for measuring traffic flows, and NeTraMet, an open-source implementation of that architecture, are introduced. The results of a NeTraMet usage survey are presented, together with a detailed description of the NeTraMet components and the ways they can be used to construct traffic flow measurement systems for any particular network. Nifty, an X Window near-real-time traffic flow analyser, is also described. Experiences with NeTraMet are summarised, highlighting its usefulness in building customised flow measurement system.

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