Cisco Wireless LAN Controller

Version 2

    Configuring NetFlow (GUI)

     

     

    Step 1 Configure the Exporter by following these steps:

    a) Choose Wireless > Netflow > Exporter.

    b) Click New.

    c) Enter the Exporter name, IP address, and the port number.

    The valid range for the port number is from 1 to 65535.

    d) Click Apply.

    e) Click Save Configuration.

     

    Step 2 Configure the NetFlow Monitor by following these steps:

    a) Choose Wireless > Netflow > Monitor.

    b) Click New and enter the Monitor name.

    c) On the Monitor List page, click the Monitor name to open the Netflow Monitor > Edit page.

    d) Choose the Exporter name and the Record name from the respective drop-down lists.

    e) Click Apply.

    f) Click Save Configuration.

     

    Step 3 Associate a NetFlow Monitor to a WLAN by following these steps:

    a) Choose WLANs and click the WLAN ID to open the WLANs > Edit page.

    b) In the QoS tab, choose the NetFlow Monitor from the Netflow Monitor drop-down list.

    c) Click Apply.

    d) Click Save Configuration.

     

     

    Configuring NetFlow (CLI)

     

    • Create an Exporter by entering this command:
      config flow create exporter exporter-name ip-addr port-number
    • Create a NetFlow Monitor by entering this command:
      config flow create monitor monitor-name
    • Associate or dissociate a NetFlow Monitor with an Exporter by entering this command:
      config flow {add | delete} monitor monitor-name exporter exporter-name
    • Associate or dissociate a NetFlow Monitor with a Record by entering this command:
      config flow {add | delete} monitor monitor-name record ipv4_client_app_flow_record
    • Associate or dissociate a NetFlow Monitor with a WLAN by entering this command:
      config wlan flow wlan-id monitor monitor-name {enable | disable}
    • See a summary of NetFlow Monitors by entering this command:
      show flow monitor summary
    • See information about the Exporter by entering this command:
      show flow exporter {summary | statistics}
    • Configure a debug of NetFlow by entering this command:
      debug flow {detail | error | info} {enable | disable}