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Netflow Collector

I posted this in the Network Management section, but didn't get many hits.  Does anyone have a reccomemdation on a freeware "netflow collector" that runs on a Windows? I'm not talking about a 30-day trial. Thanks in advance.

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I've not seen an open source netflow collector for windoze.


After getting a cisco cert one of the best things I did for my professional development in regard to IT was purchasing this book:


http://www.absolutefreebsd.com/


Downloading and installing FreeBSD:


http://www.freebsd.org/


Going through the book cover to cover.  After this open source tools such as netflow came naturally.  Here are some readily available FreeBSD ports for netflow.


http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/ports.cgi?query=netflow&stype=all



Chris

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Hi David

You can use Scrutinizer NetFlow sFlow Analyzer, It is Free ware that support some around 999 or 9999 interface.

Enjoy !!!

Regards

Chetan Kumar

http://chetanress.blogspot.com 

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Thank you Chetan.  Scrutinizer will provide a 30 day key and then run in free mode for unlimited routers/switches and interfaces.  A few reports stop working after the key expires, but more still work.  It also starts dropping all the data everynight after midnight.

Jake

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Re: Netflow Collector

I've not seen an open source netflow collector for windoze.


After getting a cisco cert one of the best things I did for my professional development in regard to IT was purchasing this book:


http://www.absolutefreebsd.com/


Downloading and installing FreeBSD:


http://www.freebsd.org/


Going through the book cover to cover.  After this open source tools such as netflow came naturally.  Here are some readily available FreeBSD ports for netflow.


http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/ports.cgi?query=netflow&stype=all



Chris

Re: Netflow Collector

Hi David

You can use Scrutinizer NetFlow sFlow Analyzer, It is Free ware that support some around 999 or 9999 interface.

Enjoy !!!

Regards

Chetan Kumar

http://chetanress.blogspot.com 

New Member

Re: Netflow Collector

Thank you Chetan.  Scrutinizer will provide a 30 day key and then run in free mode for unlimited routers/switches and interfaces.  A few reports stop working after the key expires, but more still work.  It also starts dropping all the data everynight after midnight.

Jake

Cisco Employee

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Re: Netflow Collector

Thanks guys. This was really helpful.

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