you used flow-tools?
can configure it to filter on pretty much any parameter that's
flow-export packets. Then you send it to the report tool that's
flow-tools suite, after which you can put it through a perl script or
graphing tool or whatever in near real-time.
I know there is a way to do this, but what is the absolute Defacto best method
of tracking flows from Cisco/Juniper routers? I know there is some freeware
available such as cflowd but we really need something that will alert us to
trouble before it becomes a problem. We don't mind buying an appliance to do
this, and it doesn't have to be freeware software, we just want something that