i'm new in this forum and to solarwinds, and needs your help...
i've just installed demo version of the netflow and setup the cisco asa5510 to send netflow,
i see the data is receving in solarwinds
LAST RECEIVED NETFLOW' : 21/01/14 13:01
but still all the graphs are empty and the graph says 'data is not available'
i don't know in what stage it happens but i have the following events
21/01/2014 11:51 NetFlow Receiver Service [---] received NetFlow V9 flows without any template for decoding them. Configure the device 10.x.x.x to export an appropriate NetFlow V9 template at 1-minute intervals. See help for details.
21/01/2014 11:36 Resetting unknown traffic notification events.
21/01/2014 11:31 NetFlow Receiver Service [---] started - listening on port(s) 
21/01/2014 01:30 NetFlow Database Maintenance : Deleted 0 expired endpoints in 0.01 seconds.
21/01/2014 00:02 NetFlow Receiver Service [---] is receiving flow data from unmanaged interface '#65535' on asa5510.---and it does not support SNMP. Click the "Add this interface" to manage interface and process its flow data.
21/01/2014 00:02 NetFlow Receiver Service [---]SERVERS' on asa5510.---. Click "Add this interface" or "Edit this device" to manage interface and process its flow data.
20/01/2014 23:07 Removing interface index mapping for node asa5510.---.
20/01/2014 17:38 Resetting unknown traffic notification events.
please advice and help,
thank you guys
Make sure you have the template timeout to 1 minute. The command for setting flow timeout is "
flow-export template timeout-rate".And maybe you could refer here:
As for errors from ifindex 65535 - I have seen this when exporting NSEL from Cisco ASA. that is a dummy interface and has no flow information.
The ASA uses a proprietary version of NetFlow v9 called "NSEL", or NetFlow Security Event Logging.
I have never set this up with Solarwinds NTA, but I found this document that might help you:
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