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IPCAD stands for IP Cisco Accounting Daemon. It runs in background, listens traffic on the specified interfaces, and records the traffic for later retrieval and analysis. IPCAD can use raw BPF devices, PCAP library, divert, tee or Linux iptables ULOG & IPQ packet sources to capture the packets. IPCAD can export gathered information using rsh or NetFlow. Uses BPF, libpcap divert, tee or Linux ULOG & IPQ for traffic snooping RSH, NetFlow and console output in Cisco-like fashion RSH access lists Address aggregation support for RSH and NetFlow. UDP/TCP/SCTP ports handling Dynamic interfaces (PPP, VPN) support Requires: At least Berkeley packet filter or libpcap library. Runs on FreeBSD, OpenBSD, Linux, MacOS X/Darwin, Solaris..Isisd - Ipcad - Netflow - Ip Cisco Accounting Daemon - Stands - Rsh - Cisco - Accounting - Networking - System
cflowd is a flow analysis tool currently used for analyzing Ciscos NetFlow enabled switching method. The current release (described below) includes the collections, storage, and basic analysis modules for cflowd and for arts++ libraries.
DateAug 27, 2010
AuthorDaniel W. McRobb
JNFA project is a netflow analyzer. It uses a MySQL database to store accounting information. Filters are used in JNFA to allow very flexible classification any kind of traffic and to store it in the different fields in a database..
DateOct 28, 2010
flow-tools is a set of programs for processing and managing NetFlow exports from Cisco and Juniper routers.
DateAug 13, 2010
bbnfc is useful for debugging netflow exports as produced by Cisco, Juniper, etc. routers. This simple program sits on a user-specified UDP port and displays to stdout all netflow exports that are sent to the machine.
DateSep 10, 2010
AuthorMartin van den Nieuwelaar
EHNT is a tool which turns streams of Netflow (version 5) data into something useful and human-readable. (Netflow is a UDP-based traffic reporting protocol created by Cisco, generated by Cisco, Juniper, Foundry, and other routers.
DateOct 9, 2010