flow-print (1) - Linux Man Pages
flow-print: Display flows in formatted ASCII.
NAMEflow-print - Display flows in formatted ASCII.
The flow-print utility will display flow data in ASCII using pre-defined formats selectable with -f.
Some of the less descriptive column headers are defined below Header Description ------------------------------- Sif Source Interface ifIndex. DiF Destination Interface ifIndex. Pr Protocol. P Protocol. SrcP Source Port. DstP Destination Port. Pkts Packets. Octets Octets (Bytes). Active Time in ms the flow was active. B/Pk Bytes per Packet. Ts Type of Service. Fl Flags, for TCP the cumulative or of the TCP control bits. srcAS Source AS. dstAS Destination AS. Start Start time of the flow. End End time of the flow. router_sc V7 IP address of router producing shorcuts. peer_nexthop V6 IP address of peer next hop IP address. encap i/o Version 6 only. Encapsulation size in/out duration Time in ms the flow was active. input Input Interface ifIndex. output Output Interface ifIndex. flows Number of aggregated flows. mTos V8.x ToS of pkts that exceeded the contract. xpackets V8.x Packets that exceed the contract.
- -d debug_level
- Enable debugging.
- -f format
Select format. The default is appropriate for the export type of the
flow data. Available formats are:
0 1 line, interfaces, hex ports 1 2 line (includes timing and flags) 2 2 line candidate TCP syn attack flows 3 1 line, no interfaces, decimal ports 4 1 line with AS number 5 1 line, 132 column 6 show ip accounting emulation 7 1 line, 132 column +router_id 8 1 line, 132 column +encapsulation 9 1 line with tag values 10 AS aggregation 11 Protocol Port aggregation 12 Source Prefix aggregation 13 Destination Prefix aggregation 14 Prefix aggregation 15 Destination aggregation (Catalyst) 16 Source Destination aggregation (Catalyst) 17 Full Flow (Catalyst) 18 ToS AS Aggregation 19 ToS Proto Port aggregation 20 ToS Source Prefix aggregation 21 ToS Destination Prefix aggregation 22 ToS Prefix Aggregation 23 ToS Prefix Port aggregation 24 Full (Catalyst)
- Display help.
- Unbuffer output.
- Use symbolic names where appropriate.
- Display header information.
- Wide output.
Display flows in flowfile