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Old 11-03-2010, 05:43 AM   #1
Lockywolf
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How to count traffic through netflow?


I have a remote office, which is managed by microtik routerboard.

I need to record, how much traffic each ip in subnet 192.168.1.1/24 ate.

I configured mikrotik to export netflow to my server on the other district of the city.

It is collected by flow-tools, and then processed by flowscan.

What i need is some module for flowscan which would give me the required statistics.

Example:

Request: 1.1.2010, 1.2.2010

Response:
ADDRESS IN OUT
192.168.1.2 25G 10G
192.168.1.24 100G 15G
.....
----------------------
Total 2T 1,5T

Any ideas on which module can create such reports?
 
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