From: Pascal LARHANT (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Apr 08 2003 - 05:05:25 PDT
Hello.You must configure your routers for netflow.
ip flow-export version 5 (recommended and if needed add peer-as)
ip flow-export destination ip port
add flow cache on interfaces (all interfacess recommended if you need in/out).
servocomp unix programmers group.
>Hi all !
>As you told me, I did a tcpdump and It seems I don't receive any packet
>from the router. Messages about cflowd are in /var/log/messages file but I
>don't really anderstand. Why cflowd doesn't collect packets ?
>I give in attachment the dump I have done and the /var/log/messages file.
>Many thanks for your help.
>At 14:38 04/04/2003 -0500, you wrote:
>>To figure out if youi are getting flows from the router run tcpdump on your
>>collector and grep for all packets coming from the router. maybe you can send
>>this info back to the list if you need help again.
>>On Friday 04 April 2003 05:46 am, Pascal Larhant wrote:
>> > Hi all !
>> > I've installed cflowd on a RedHat 8.0. and when I open @IP.flows.* files
>> > with arts+, all data collected are null.
>> > I don't know how to do for seeing if I'm getting data from routers and if I
>> > well receive Netflow packets.
>> > Could you please help me ?
>> > Thanks.
>> > Pascal
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Спам - болезнь Сети. За температурой можно следить на странице мониторинга (http://mail.yandex.ru/monitoring/).
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