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Directions are defined as sections using source and destination subnets or sites, for specifying flows to monitor.
JKFlow defines these entities: Sites are defined as a part of the network using (no-)subnets.In the above directory, will be the text file ./contrib/README which provides further information for compiling extensions to the flow-tools toolkit (such as Cflow.pm) [Ref: There is no package for Cflow.pm, so we need to download the source files and compile it. It's good to note that you can generate a lot more visible 'noise' during initial install/testing by using the variable Verbose. The Flow Scan Reports, and other graphical views of the netflow data are principally through a web browser.Flow Scan reports are functional in Open BSD's default chroot'd Apache Web Server, the below is a sample configuration modification to a Apache's configuration file.File: /var/www/cgi-bin/CUGrapher_sensor Remember, how we talked about flowscan deleting files after analysis?^top To compensate for this 'feature' we need to use flow-capture's [ -R rotate_program ] option to make a copy of the data. To simplify repeated executions of flowscan (and to capture the requirements for effectively launching it) we use a startup script that sets up the execution user and generate logs.In every direction we can define different traffic monitoring. We can also define scoreboarding based on IP-address or port inside each direction, which are reported in html-files.
All the collected RRDTool-data is accessable using a CGI-script JKGrapher, which produces graphs. You can define sections of routers or router interfaces called routergroups and monitor traffic passing over directions associated with these routergroups.
Flow Scan analyses the data and generate some summary use data that is presented using your web server, and viewable through an Internet Browser.
CUFlow presents its summarisation as charts providing two different views of your data flow.
File extract: /var/www/conf/A top X usage style of report per data flow archive.
Note, the default configuration uses filsystem links to connect the linked "top XXX.html" file to the archival report.
JKFlow is an easy XML configurable Flowscan module for analyzing flowfiles exported with Net Flow from Cisco routers.