Your Orion NTA is taking port 2055 so Real-Time NetFlow Aanlyzer (RTNFA) can't use it also. There are 2 solutions.
1 - configure your exporters for NTNFA for another port 2056 for example and launch RTNFA on port 2056
2. Point your exoprter to a different machine that does not have NTA on it and use RTNFA there.
Note that your exporters are probably limited to 2 exports at a time so be careful you don't over-write the ones directed to NTA. If you do, NTA will stop showing data as it would no longer and a flow stream pointed at it.
Thanks mcbridea! I sent the NetFlow packets to the same system
but used port 2056 instead of 2055. Just had to go back in and
edit the configuration of our routers and add another line with
port 2056. Will this cause any issues with additional overhead
on the router interfaces or have you heard if this causes issues?
If you only have 2 exports going you should be ok but I'd check the router CPU to make sure.
Ok. Thanks again!