Hi Harry,

Unless I am mistaken, the IP of the flow exporter can be obtained by
adding 'peer_src_ip' in your aggregate list.

Kind regards,


On Fri, Jul 21, 2017 at 4:06 PM, Harry Foster <harry.fos...@outlook.com> wrote:
> Hi all
> I've been trying to figure out recently if it's at all possible to write the
> flow exporter's IP address into the database (I'm using MySQL for the PoC
> but may end up using something different). The reason for this is that I'm
> intending to create a database with a front-end that separate organisations
> will login and check their organisations usage/flows, etc. The organisation
> will only be allowed to view their associated flow exporters, and their
> traffic is segregated off from the other organisations.
> As it currently stands, this is possible with the pretag maps and
> aggregating by tag + other primitives, so I can allocate an ID or label to
> each exporter; however it does complicate matters as I'm going to need to
> find a way to pass this information from the web frontend, down to the
> pretag file and then presumably reload the daemon. The main people that are
> going to be administering this are going to be helpdesk people, so I'd
> rather not grant them access to modify this file directly and instead give
> them a nice front-end where they can just add an IP address for the
> organisation's access list.
> I feel like I'm missing something, or I'm just not thinking about the
> solution correctly. Any suggestions are very welcome.
> Best Regards
> Harry Foster
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