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New pflow(4) Features Added
Contributed by jason on Thu Oct 30 23:19:45 2008 (GMT)
from the dont-cross-the-streams dept.

Joerg Goltermann (gollo@) recently committed changes to pflow(4) to expand its usefulness for troubleshooting and accounting.

Read on for more details.

Last week, Joerg added bpf(4) and tcpdump(8) support to pflow, making it possible to monitor the raw packets exported from the pflow interface. And with his recent commit, it's now possible to create multiple pflow(4) interfaces at once. This feature makes it possible to use different flowsrc or flowdst values for sending to different NetFlow collectors.

List:       openbsd-cvs
Subject:    CVS: cvs.openbsd.org: src
From:       Joerg Goltermann 
Date:       2008-10-28 15:51:27


CVSROOT:	/cvs
Module name:	src
Changes by:	gollo@cvs.openbsd.org	2008/10/28 09:51:27

Modified files:
	sys/net        : if_pflow.c if_pflow.h 

Log message:
add support for multiple pflow(4) interfaces

OK: claudio@ henning@

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