From: Martin van den Nieuwelaar (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Aug 28 2002 - 13:42:38 PDT
The problem descriptions keep getting shorter and shorter these
It looks to me like your cfdcollect process is trying to connect on
port 2055, which is probably wrong. For the default setup:
UDP Netflow exports flow in to the collector machine on port 2055.
CFlowd accepts incomming TCP connections from cfdcollect on port 2056.
So maybe you should be specifying 2056 in your cfdcollect.conf file
instead of 2055 (my guess based on your description of the problem.
Manolo Hernandez wrote:
> Aug 28 09:17:48 netflow cfdcollect: [I] received SIGTERM.
> Aug 28 09:24:02 netflow cfdcollect: [I] cfdcollect (version
> cflowd-2-1-b1) started with 1 cflowd instances.
> Aug 28 09:24:03 netflow cfdcollect: [E] connect(4,0x810ac2c,16)
> (host localhost port 2055) failed: Connection refused
> Aug 28 09:24:03 netflow cfdcollect: [I] sleeping for 299 seconds.
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