flowmon is a Network-Flow monitoring system written in Python an PHP whose development was sponsored as a Diploma Thesis by Red Hat.

Currently it supports Cisco NetFlow v9 as it is the most common NetFlow protocol in use. Rudimentary support for sFlow v5 has been added but is not yet feature complete.

Development of flowmon has focused on easy extendability and a modular design. This is achieved by implementing plugin architecture in the flow-collector as well as the web interface. Adding additional Flow-protocols and different visualization styles should be easy without having to change any code in the main applications.

As a backend storage for archive data both MySQL and PostgreSQL are supported.

To check out the newest code:

svn co https://svn.bawue.org/flowmon/trunk

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TracGuide is a good place to start.

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