HostStats

NfSen plugin to generate and analyze per-IP statistics

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HostStats allows you to look on your NetFlow data from a different point of view - it calculates statistics about network traffic of each individual host (IP address) in the network.

It's not a typical NfSen plugin - besides usual frontend and backend plugins it also runs a daemon (it performs all the data processing).

Please, report issues to ibartosv@fit.vutbr.cz.

NOTICE: Since the latest update of nfdump (1.6.12) changed the file format, you have to replace nfreader.so library in HostStats package by the one compiled from sources in nfreader-1.1.tar.gz, if you use that nfdump version.

This is just a temporary solution, since we are working on a new version of HostStats. It will bring several new features and will use a different library for reading nfdump files.

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  • gqwill69
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    Great project. One thing to note of a problem I ran into. When installed I was getting the following error "nfsen[6753]: Plugin: Error while running plugin 'HostStats': ERROR in Socket Creation: Connection refused". Come to find out default 'localhost' was pointed to "::1" which apparently was breaking connectivity some how. I changed my hosts file to point 'localhost' to only 127.0.0.1 and this fixed all the issues.

    Posted 05/01/2014
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2013-08-30
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