Flow Aggregation for the IP Flow Information Export (IPFIX) Protocol
draft-trammell-ipfix-a9n-04

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Authors Brian Trammell  , Arno Wagner  , Benoît Claise 
Last updated 2011-11-22 (latest revision 2011-09-26)
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Abstract

This document describes the export of aggregated Flow information using IPFIX. An Aggregated Flow is essentially an IPFIX Flow representing packets from multiple Original Flows sharing some set of common properties. The document describes Aggregated Flow export within the framework of IPFIX Mediators and defines an interoperable, implementation-independent method for Aggregated Flow export.

Authors

Brian Trammell (trammell@tik.ee.ethz.ch)
Arno Wagner (arno@wagner.name)
Benoît Claise (bclaise@cisco.com)

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