My reading of the Random Sampled NetFlow documentation from Cisco does make it seem that only data about the sampled packets is included, and doesn't mention that the sampling is corrected for by multiplying by the sampling rate to estimate total volume for flows.
I would like to see this answered explicitly. I've heard from another engineer who ran a large upload as an experiment and checked the result in a flows application that the result was a severley under-reported byte count.
Perhaps the reason it isn't spelled out in the docs is that it would imply suitability for accounting purposes? If that is the case, a disclaimer in the text should clarify things.
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