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SubjectRe: NetFlow export
Jakob Oestergaard <> writes:

> On Thu, Mar 13, 2003 at 12:07:00PM +0100, Florian Weimer wrote:
>> Are there any patches which implement kernel-based NetFlow data
>> export?
> Netramet works very well - it's userspace (and very flexible indeed).

According to the documentation, it can receive NetFlow data and
process it, but it cannot generate such data.

> No need to clutter the kernel with an SNMP stack too, if you ask me.

NetFlow doesn't use a complicated packet format and is not based on
SNMP. You can parse version 5 or 7 packets in 10 lines of Perl code,
using a few calls to "unpack".
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