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flow-tools and debian help required

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Hi Guys,

I am new to flow-tools.I want to install flow-tools for my routers to get the daily stats for upload and download limits for each user.Now i want to installand configure flow-tools in debian linux.Is there any good documentation to implement flow-tools and with examples for that.Is flow-tools having webinterface to check the stats or we have to use some scripts to get the daily reports.

Please help me on this.

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