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Old 10-01-2012, 08:05 PM   #1
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Ntop, Netflow, and a NAT

I am not having any luck getting ntop with the Netflow plugin to graph anything from a Cisco router.

LAN IP of ntop machine:
LAN interface of Cisco router:
Serial interface on Cisco router: with the end point being a host at on the other end of the PVC.

I set as the LAN subnet in ntop options.
I set the IP address of the netflow device as as the instructions suggests it only uses the address to sort packets.

I see no traffic in any of the graphs. The RRD plugin is busy though. Doing what? I have no idea. No errors logged either.


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