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Vyatta Netflow Configuration example

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Updated February 10, 2017

Overview

This article provides steps to set up a Vyatta network device for Netflow. 

Environment

All NTA versions

Steps

 

  1. Set the system flow-accounting interface <interface name>.  This command should be issued for each interface you want to monitor.
  2. Set system flow-accounting netflow server <Server IP > port 9996. Specifies a NetFlow collector to which to export Netflow data.
  3. Set system flow-accounting netflow sampling-rate rate. Specifies the rate at which packets are sampled for statistics.
  4. Set system flow-accounting netflow version 9. Specifies the Netflow format that data will be exported in.
  5. Set system flow-accounting netflow timeout expiry-interval 60. Specifies the interval at which Netflow data will be sent to a Netflow collector.
  6. Set system flow-accounting netflow timeout max-active-life life. Use the set form of this command to set the global flow timeout.
  7. Set system flow-accounting netflow timeout flow-generic timeout. This parameter defines the amount of time the system continues to wait for data from a generic IP flow before considering the flow complete.

 

 

 

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