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Atsushi Kobayashi, Haruhiko Nishida, Christoph Sommer, Falko Dressler and Emile Stephan, "Problems with Flow Collection in Large-Scale Networks," IETF, Internet-Draft (work in progress), draft-kobayashi-ipfix-large-ps-00.txt, October 2007.

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Flow measurement techniques have been developed in order to cope with increasing bandwiths. Flow measurement is currently being used as a popular method for monitoring large networks, e.g. at Internet Service Providers or multinational corporations, for accounting, management, and security purposes. To construct the measurement system for such networks, the biggest challenge is scalability. Whereas packet sampling functions in current flow measurement solutions such as NetFlow/sFlow/IPFIX help to approach this issue, some problems still remain. This document describes such open issues, which a flow-based measurement system might encounter in large-scale networks. The results are intended to be used to define and to develope an IPFIX mediator device.

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Atsushi Kobayashi
Haruhiko Nishida
Christoph Sommer
Falko Dressler
Emile Stephan

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@techreport{draft-kobayashi-ipfix-large-ps-00,
    author = {Kobayashi, Atsushi and Nishida, Haruhiko and Sommer, Christoph and Dressler, Falko and Stephan, Emile},
    title = {{Problems with Flow Collection in Large-Scale Networks}},
    year = {2007},
    month = {October},
    institution = {IETF},
    number = {draft-kobayashi-ipfix-large-ps-00.txt},
    type = {Internet-Draft (work in progress)},
   }
   
   

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