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Enable monitoring on unmonitored traffic in NTA

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Updated January 19, 2017

Overview

This article describes how to monitor unmonitored traffic in NTA.

Environment

All NTA versions

Steps

  1. Go to Settings > NTA Settings > Application and Service Ports.
  2. Enable all monitoring. 
    Note: If an application is disabled for monitoring, then it cannot be monitored.
  3. By default, only ports under 1023 are selected in NetFlow.
    The Unmonitored Traffic (-1) that is showing in your NTA is traffic where the application has not been defined on the port.
  4. If there are still ports showing as Unmonitored Traffic, check your disabled applications.

 

 

 

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