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Delete flow sources and CBQoS-enabled devices

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  1. Click Settings > All Settings.
  2. Under Product Specific Settings, click NTA Settings.
  3. Click NetFlow Sources.
  4. Select a filter from the Show list.
  5. Expand the node tree to locate the source you want to delete, and then expand the source you want to delete.
  6. Select flow sources for deletion using any of the following methods:
    • Clear the NetFlow column to delete individual interface sources.
    • Clear the NetFlow column for any node to delete all interface sources on the selected node.
    • Clear the NetFlow column for any device type to delete all device sources of the selected type.

      If you disable NetFlow monitoring for a node or interface, the data stop being collected. However, historical data are kept in the database. Enabling and disabling flow collection can thus result in gaps in SolarWinds NTA graphs.

  7. To stop collecting CBQoS data from a monitored device, use any of the following methods:
    • Clear the CBQoS column to stop monitoring individual CBQoS-enabled interfaces.
    • Clear the CBQoS column for any node to stop monitoring all CBQoS-enabled interfaces on the selected node
    • Clear the CBQoS column for any device type to stop monitoring all CBQoS-enabled devices of the selected type.
  8. Click Submit.
 
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08:55, 13 Apr 2017

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