In my old ISP days, I used JFFNMS for this (http://www.jffnms.org/
It was very easy to configure and besides its stupid name, that thingy was
quite useful. Time has gone by (4 years or so) and it might have become more
useful since then.
As usual, YMMV
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Manuel Kasper
Sent: Donnerstag, 31. Januar 2008 15:54
Subject: [swinog] Graphical NetFlow AS stats tool?
does anybody on this list know of a free/open source tool
that collects NetFlow AS aggregation records from a number of
routers and produces traffic graphs per AS that show how much
traffic came in from or went out to a given AS, and over
which link (-> multiple upstreams/peering links)?
I'm asking because I've made something like that on a whim
for Monzoon Networks to help with BGP traffic engineering,
and would be happy to polish it up a bit and then release it,
but if the solution is already out there (and better than
what I've come up with ;), I wouldn't bother.