3 Replies Latest reply on Jan 4, 2007 11:13 PM by Josh Stephens

    NetFlow setup on layer 3 devices

      To "properly" monitor flows, Cisco says to monitor flows from all active interfaces on a given Layer 3 device.  That would mean a router with two interfaces needs two interface licenses.

      Can anyone confirm if this is true?

      As an example, if I have a router with a fast ethernet interface connected to a core switch and a T1 serial link connected to a remote site, is it 'good enough' to just montior the serial link if your goal is to see all traffic to and from the remote site?  Or do I need to burn another license to monitor the fast ethernet interface as well.