Further to this it does appear that it is only recordings data flows for itself and not the rest of the network.
On Tue, Nov 8, 2016 at 12:06 PM, Cameron Murray <cameron.mur...@gmail.com> wrote: > Guys & Gals, > > I have been running PMACCT since September last year v1.5.2 and today I > have upgraded to v1.6.1. > > I am pushing the data collected to two separate MySQL tables; acct_in & > acct_out > > Based on our traffic flow the data being entered into the database does > not appear to be correct. I've been watching the database not for an hour > and there is only a dozen entries. In previous versions there would be > thousands of our IP's showing now. > > Our Config: > > daemonize: true > > nfacctd_port: 9996 > > nfacctd_time_new: true > > > plugins: mysql[inbound], mysql[outbound] > > > sql_db: db_name > > sql_host: localhost > > sql_user: db_user > > sql_passwd: db_password > > > sql_refresh_time: 15 > > sql_table_version: 8 > > > aggregate[inbound]: dst_host > > aggregate[outbound]: src_host > > aggregate_filter[inbound]: dst net 27.x.x.0/24 or 27.x.x.0/24 or > 103.x.x.0/24 or 103.x.x.0/23 > > aggregate_filter[outbound]: src net 27.x.x.0/24 or 27.x.x.0/24 or > 103.x.x.0/24 or 103.x.x.0/23 > > > sql_table[inbound]: acct_in > > sql_table[outbound]: acct_out > > > From what I can see, it looks like only data communicating with the server > from the filtered subnets is being recorded to the DB where infact I only > want data communicated in and out of our ranges to be written to allow us > to monitor and bill customers data. > > This used to work, all the documents seem to outline that this is the > correct way to only store data too and from our Subnets? > > > Your assistance is appreciated! > > Regards > > Cameron > >
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