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raindrop18
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netflow analyzer Apps.

I need some feedback about netflow analyzer to process big chunk of data per minute. I prefer open source software can run on *nix based server. but i am also open for commercial software.  looking to replace NetQos. thanks in advance for the feedback.

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jakewilson
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Several netflow collectors should be able to do this.  Many NetFlow solutions save 100% of the raw data received as indicated by the templates.  Please consider Scrutinizer 'Commercial' NetFlow Analyzer for billing.

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I believe NetQoS is an applicance based flow processing tool which  gives it very high scalability. If you are looking for the same kind of  processing power, I am not sure if any open source will scale up to  that. But, one of the most famous open source tool is NTOP  (http://www.ntop.org/overview.html) and they have a commenrcial option  called nmon (http://www.nmon.net/shop/cart.php) which includes Linux and  Unix versions. This may help.

For commercial, there is ManageEngine's NetFlow Analyzer, Fluke Network's NetFlow Tracker, Plixer Scrutinizer and NetFlow Auditor.

Regards,

Don Thomas Jacob

ManageEngine NetFlow Analyzer

Regards, Don Thomas Jacob http://www.solarwinds.com/netflow-traffic-analyzer.aspx Head Geek @ SolarWinds NOTE: Please rate and close questions if you found any of the answers helpful.

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jakewilson
Beginner

Several netflow collectors should be able to do this.  Many NetFlow solutions save 100% of the raw data received as indicated by the templates.  Please consider Scrutinizer 'Commercial' NetFlow Analyzer for billing.

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I believe NetQoS is an applicance based flow processing tool which  gives it very high scalability. If you are looking for the same kind of  processing power, I am not sure if any open source will scale up to  that. But, one of the most famous open source tool is NTOP  (http://www.ntop.org/overview.html) and they have a commenrcial option  called nmon (http://www.nmon.net/shop/cart.php) which includes Linux and  Unix versions. This may help.

For commercial, there is ManageEngine's NetFlow Analyzer, Fluke Network's NetFlow Tracker, Plixer Scrutinizer and NetFlow Auditor.

Regards,

Don Thomas Jacob

ManageEngine NetFlow Analyzer

Regards, Don Thomas Jacob http://www.solarwinds.com/netflow-traffic-analyzer.aspx Head Geek @ SolarWinds NOTE: Please rate and close questions if you found any of the answers helpful.

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rassoul.ghaznavi
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