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Cisco Netflow Tools

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Hi all,
    We have a client with 50+ sites running over an MPLS network, we would like to introduce a Netflow tool to monitor the Cisco 2960 Switches on each site along with the Central head office.

I have looked at a few options out there but would like to know your experience and best industry options around paid for and opensource solutions. The central MPLS network will be monitored by the ISP and so are out of scope.
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Lots of solution, take a look at solarwinds, paessler, manageengine are a few that I have worked with.  I have with Riverbed as well, nice product.  Not sure of any opensource and I am sure Cisco more than likely has one too
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Thanks Bryant, We are reviewing Solarwinds anyway as one the big names in the market. I will review the others you have noted as well and see how they all compare together.
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I will review all options
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