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I have not seen one on the support site but I expect one will come eventually. Right now this forum has been a source for me to get more details.
There are some great savvy users in this forum.
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I am also in a similar postion where we just wish to monitor the WAN traffic but need to identify the transmitting and recieving nodes.
As it stands I had to enable netflow on the WAN and LAN interface on the router and also add all the subinterfaces to Orion.
This poses a real problem with regards licensing but i did note this extract from the release notes:
Currently, NetFlow Traffic Analyzer is licensed by the number of unique flows instead of interfaces. For example, a data flow from X to Y is recorded. Then a data flow from Y to X occurs. This second data flow is recorded as a unique instance, though it involves the same interface. This is a known issue and will be corrected in an upcoming release.