[Ntop] Netflow collector vs Netflow exporter
Ggatten at waddell.com
Fri Feb 20 16:51:31 CET 2009
This is possible, but why do you need two instances? You configure
virtual netflow interfaces - as many as you require within reason. Each
interface maintains it's own statistics for whatever data it receives
from the netflow sources. Each interface should have a unique udp port
number it listens on.
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cby468 at free.fr
Sent: Friday, February 20, 2009 5:20 AM
Subject: [Ntop] Netflow collector vs Netflow exporter
It's describe on this page <http://www.ntop.org/netflow.html> realtive
to netflow usage:
Thanks to the NetFlow plugin, ntop can:
* export flows (version 5) to the collector
* act as a collector
* be both a collector and probe at the same time
I am right now working on a project and my need is to use have two ntop
The first one will be used as a netflow collector (netflow agent are
cisco's routers) and a Netflow exporter to the second one used only as a
My question is very simple : Is it possible? In case of positive answer
: what's the way to do it?
I read a lot of things about ntop in documentation, FAQ and so on, but I
am still loocking for the right information.
Thanks in advance for all your replies.
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