Re: [pfSense] NetFlow analysis tools

2015-01-19 Thread b...@todoo.biz
Le 18 janv. 2015 à 16:22, Larry Sampas la...@larrysampas.com a écrit : I haven't played with many GUI tools other than FlowBAT, which is very new, but I have been using SiLK at scale for some time now, and it's been very stable. Since we run securityonion, I've been using these

Re: [pfSense] NetFlow analysis tools

2015-01-18 Thread Larry Sampas
I haven't played with many GUI tools other than FlowBAT, which is very new, but I have been using SiLK at scale for some time now, and it's been very stable. Since we run securityonion, I've been using these instructions for installing SiLK/Yaf and configuring rwflowpack:

Re: [pfSense] NetFlow analysis tools

2015-01-16 Thread Jon Gerdes
On Thu, 2015-01-15 at 17:08 +0100, b...@todoo.biz wrote: Hello, I would like to know which flow-tools you are using in conjunction with pfflowd / netflow I am particularly interested in GUI back-end. If you have any good pointer, that would really be helpful. Sincerely

[pfSense] NetFlow analysis tools

2015-01-15 Thread b...@todoo.biz
Hello, I would like to know which flow-tools you are using in conjunction with pfflowd / netflow I am particularly interested in GUI back-end. If you have any good pointer, that would really be helpful. Sincerely yours.

Re: [pfSense] NetFlow analysis tools

2015-01-15 Thread Kurt Buff
On Thu, Jan 15, 2015 at 8:08 AM, b...@todoo.biz b...@todoo.biz wrote: Hello, I would like to know which flow-tools you are using in conjunction with pfflowd / netflow I am particularly interested in GUI back-end. If you have any good pointer, that would really be helpful. o- ntop on *nix

Re: [pfSense] NetFlow analysis tools

2015-01-15 Thread Giles Coochey
On 15/01/2015 18:37, Kurt Buff wrote: On Thu, Jan 15, 2015 at 8:08 AM, b...@todoo.biz b...@todoo.biz wrote: Hello, I would like to know which flow-tools you are using in conjunction with pfflowd / netflow I am particularly interested in GUI back-end. If you have any good pointer, that would