'pfflowd' converts OpenBSD PF status messages (sent via the pfsync interface) to Cisco NetFlowÃÂ¢ datagrams. These datagrams may be sent (via UDP) to a host of one's choice. Utilising the OpenBSD stateful packet filter infrastructure means that flow tracking is very fast and accurate.x
released on 6 September 2004
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