Do you have a login at CISCO. There is some more global config.
or this has it too..
I grab netflow from my VLANs assigned IPs on 6500's
Did pyro's post help with your issue?
For netflow to work on a 6509 with a Sup720, you'd want the following global configuration:
ip flow-export source (interface)
ip flow-export version 9
ip flow-export destination (collector IP) (collector listener port)
You'll also want the following at global configuration:
mls aging long 300
mls aging normal 60
mls flow ip interface-full
mls nde sender version 5
Under the interfaces that you want to collect netflow data for put the following:
ip route-cache flow
With the version of IOS you're running, this should get your netflow going properly. If you have a PFC3B or higher in your Sup720, you can also add the following at the global configuration level:
ip flow ingress layer2-switched vlan (vlan numbers)
This will cause layer-2 netflow data to be sent to the collector, but again it's only available as a valid command if you have a PFC3B or higher. You won't even see this command if you have a PFC3A in your Sup720.
I have about 12 6509s in my environment running with these commands and it all works well.
I am now able to get some netflow data, that helped with getting the VLANs setup. Now trying to tweak it so I only see what goes to my firewall from my core switch - getting lots of data - actually too much data. Would like to see who the offender is when our internet connection gets bogged down.
Thanks for all the replies - they have all been very helpful getting me started.