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Example NetFlow Config - Cisco 4500 Sup7

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Overview

This article contains an example device netflow config to export flow data from a Cisco 4500 with Sup7.

Environment

  • All NTA versions
  • Cisco 4500 with Sup7

Detail


flow record ipv4

     match ipv4 tos

     match ipv4 protocol

     match ipv4 source address

     match ipv4 destination address

     match transport source-port

     match transport destination-port

     match interface input

     collect interface output

     collect counter bytes long

     collect counter packets long


!
flow exporter NetFlow-to-Orion
    destination 10.10.10.10 ( IP Address of the Solarwinds Netflow Collector)
    source vlan254 
    transport udp 2055 (Collector port used by Solarwinds Netflow)
    export-protocol netflow-v9
!
flow monitor NetFlow-Monitor
  description Original Netflow captures
   record ipv4
   exporter NetFlow-to-Orion
   cache timeout inactactive 10
   cache timeout active 60
!
interface vlan254
ip flow monitor NetFlow-Monitor input
!

or

interface x/x

ip flow monitor NetFlow-Monitor input

 

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