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RE: Packet Sampling in Cisco and Juniper Gears
Benoit and all,
Thank you for responses, but it's seen that I failed in my initial question
Yes, Juniper and [high end] Cisco gears are supporting randomly sampled
NetFlow and some other statistics.
But do they support export of the packet samples? I mean random capture and
export of the partial packet snapshots (header+part of payload) in the
manner similar to sFlow?
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> From: Benoit Claise [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Saturday, May 08, 2004 12:59 PM
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> Subject: Re: Packet Sampling in Cisco and Juniper Gears
> >Do Cisco and Juniper gears support some form of packet sampling?
> Yes for Cisco: systematic count based sampling and random count based
> Regards, Benoit
> >I had
> >checked Juniper documentation and it mention packet sampling fro cFlowD
> >(Netflow) and file dumping , but it is seen to deal only with L3/L4
> >headers only. Does Cisco and/or Juniper support sFlow or something
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