[Ntop] Cisco IOS commands help?
chris.harner at gmail.com
Fri Dec 1 16:21:27 CET 2006
We are actually thinking about putting probes at each site. I'd imagine the
commands you use are the same for a 2600 series router as well. Thank you
for your help.
On 12/1/06, Scott Huffman <wshuffman at gmail.com> wrote:
> The commands we use on Cisco 2500 routers are
> On the interface you wish to monitor: ip route-cache flow
> Global statement: ip flow-export destination "destination address"
> "destination port"
> The problem is however that cisco seems to be going away from netflow. We
> are replacing our 2500 routers with cisco 3560 switches, and the 3560's
> don't support the netflow commands. We have yet to come up with a good
> replacement, or solution, beyond putting a netflow probe at each site
> Good luck
> On 12/1/06, Chris Harner <chris.harner at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I am by no means a Cisco expert. I was wondering what the IOS commands
> > would be for a specific NTop task. We have a PIP network. There are about
> > 7 other sites that shoot into a PIP cloud. Each site has a router
> > (obviously). I wanted to know if anyone knew the command to use on each
> > router so that they can send the NTop data to our site.
> > If you need any other information, please let me know! This mailing
> > list has been great thus far, by the way.
> > Chris
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