Outside TF-TANT, there are several projects using flow-based accounting for purposes such as accounting or traffic planning. This list contains pointers to a few of them. If you know of other projects in this area, or additional information about those listed here, please send me mail. Thanks!
A comprehensive accounting system and statistics system which provides a nice Web-based user interface to NetFlow data, but also integrating data from other sources such as SNMP interface counters or IP accounting. See the pointer to the corresponding PAM 2001 paper in the references section for documentation.
Lisp-based system that implements a different approach to aggregating NetFlow accounting data. It is used by SWITCH for volume-based charging for the use of the transatlantic line (similar to JANET) as well as for monitoring and traffic analysis.
Information and statistics collected by JANET. Data are currently used for volume-based charging on JANET's US connection.
One of its distinguishing features is the Transatlantic Itemisation Service, an optional for-fee service that allows an organization to receive detailed accounting data according to a list of (site-internal) network prefixes that the organization can submit to JANET.
NetFlow-based traffic statistics for the TEN-155 backbone for European research networking. A sub-application of this is the ``Floodlog'' system for detection of Denial-of-Service attacks.
Compared with other approaches at detecting DoS/intrusions, this is somewhat special because it must work in places of very high aggregation (enormous numbers of flows).
Produced using FlowScan. They generate MTRG-like graphs of traffic between GRNET on the one side and the US and EU on the other.