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Manual Pages  — FLOWCTL

NAME

flowctlng_netflow(4) control utility

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS


flowctl [-d level] path command

DESCRIPTION

The flowctl utility is intended to control the ng_netflow(4) nodes. It has a single option:
-d level
  Set the netgraph(3) debugging level to level.

COMMANDS

Currently, flowctl supports only one command.
show [ ipv4|ipv6 ][ human|verbose]
  This command is the analog of the "show ip cache flow" command of a Cisco router. It dumps the contents of the flow cache in Cisco-like format. Specifying either ipv4 or ipv6 would extract only IPv4 or IPv6 flows respectively. It has optional parameter verbose, which is analog of the "show ip cache verbose flow" command. Additionally, human parameter can be specify to show selected flows in human-readable format.

EXIT STATUS

The utility exits 0 on success, and >0 if an error occurs.

SEE ALSO

netgraph(3), ng_netflow(4)

AUTHORS

The flowctl utility was written by Gleb Smirnoff <Mt glebius@FreeBSD.org>, based on ipacctctl written by Roman V. Palagin <Mt romanp@unshadow.net>.

FLOWCTL (8) June 8, 2012

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