NetFort Tips & Tricks - How to add a NetFlow sensor to LANGuardian

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Many of our customers have been asking how to add a NetFlow sensor to LANGuardian therefore thought we'd remind you how.

The steps are as follows:

1. Click on the LANGuardian menu bar and select Sensors.
2. On the Sensors page, click Add New Sensor. LANGuardian will display a list of sensor types.

3. Select NetFlow from the dropdown menu and click Next.
4. Enter sensor description, listening UDP port and the accept flow data from address and click Save.
5. Configure NetFlow on a Cisco router.

Normally you would use 2055 for the first NetFlow sensor configured.

There is a charge per NetFlow sensor. If this feature is not
available, it usually means that you do not have the required license
item. If you are unsure of the features that have been licensed to you,
please consult

If you have any questions about adding a NetFlow sensor to
LANGuardian or configuring NetFlow on a Cisco router, or indeed any
other aspect of network monitoring with LANGuardian, please contact us
any time.


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