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NetFlow sources and CBQoS polling

The following sections provide procedures for adding and deleting flow sources and selecting CBQoS-enabled devices for monitoring.

By default, if they are already monitored by NPM, and the network devices have been configured to export flow data, the new flow sources are detected and added automatically under NetFlow Sources.

Access the management page

  1. Click Settings > All Settings.
  2. Under Product Specific Settings, click NTA Settings.
  3. Click NetFlow Sources.

This page provides a list of active flow- and CBQoS-enabled nodes and interfaces.

If you cannot see any NetFlow sources, confirm that the following is true for your configuration:

  • NetFlow devices must be configured to send NetFlow data to SolarWinds NPM. Devices and interfaces must be managed by SolarWinds NPM before they can be recognized in SolarWinds NTA.
  • Confirm that the SolarWinds NetFlow Service was started in Windows Services.

Select interfaces for NetFlow monitoring

  1. Use the Show list to filter the devices to display.
  2. Use the Search function to filter the list further.
  3. Select nodes and interfaces for CBQoS and NetFlow monitoring.

    Checking a node selects all interfaces on the selected node for monitoring.

  4. Click Submit.

 

 
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