This is true.
There is however one exception to this rule and that is if you use MPLS
which is to do with the conversion of tags to IP's being unknown on the
other interface for matching.
For this reason Cisco has the 'mpls netflow egress' command which makes the
interface measure the MPLS egress as well as the interface's input.
Unfortunately I don't know about the Junipers as unfortunately I haven't had
the pleasure to work with them yet.
From: Hendrik Visage [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, 16 October 2001 8:37 PM
To: Josť Antonio Burgos
Subject: Re: Netflow Information
On Tue, Oct 16, 2001 at 11:59:53AM +0200, Josť Antonio Burgos wrote:
> This is a question more involved with Netflow concepts that with
> cflowd tool.
> As far as I know Netflow only export information of "inbound"
> traffic in the interface. How can I
> get information of the outbound traffic? Is the only way to achieve this
> activating Netflow in all the interfaces of the router?
> cflowd mailing list
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