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Topic # 106640 28-Jul-2012 12:04 Send private message

Hi,

I've got a Cisco 877 router (no not a network admin, just a geek) which I use for my primary DSL connection and I'd like to configure this to do traffic accounting.

Can anyone advise how an ISP does this (I run Linux) so I could simulate this at home?

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  Reply # 663267 28-Jul-2012 13:15 Send private message

Enable Netflows on your Cisco and send to your own netflows accounting Software running on a windosw/linux box




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  Reply # 664260 30-Jul-2012 21:36 Send private message

LennonNZ: Enable Netflows on your Cisco and send to your own netflows accounting Software running on a windosw/linux box



Cool, thanks... urr any more pearls of wisdom in this regard... yea yea I haven't googled yet.

Ok, googled... recommendations?

Loved the license blurb for this though http://neye.unsupported.info/

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  Reply # 665828 2-Aug-2012 01:39 Send private message

I understand cisco uses netflows - im not an expert in it.

Microtik people usually just use pppoe + radius which should also be avaliable in your cisco router when paired with a good radius server such as linux+dmasoftlabs




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