Is there any reason for using separate flow exporters and monitor for each interface? You can create 1 flow exporter and record, associate it to the same flow monitor and then apply that flow monitor on all the interfaces. Have you tried using the same flow monitor as the one you used for Gi interface on VLAN?
Donthomas thanks your replied.
We using different flow exporters is because we want to monitor flow from different interface (gigabitethernet 2/13, 2/16, 2/29 and vlan1). We can not configure to monitor multiple source interface in 1 exporter.
Yes, I did configurate flow monitor at VLAN but not working and below is the configuration.
vlan configuration 1
ip flow monitor m4 input
But we can not see any traffic flow on this virtual interface (VLAN 1) at solarwinds.
But you do not need to use separate monitors. All you need is one flow record and exporter and you can associated it to the same monitor which then can be associated to each interface.
Can you configure as below and check the issue:
flow record NTArecord
match ipv4 source address
match ipv4 destination address
match transport source-port
match transport destination-port
match ipv4 protocol
match ipv4 tos
match interface input
collect interface output
collect counter bytes
collect counter packets
flow exporter NTAexp
destination xx.xx.xx.xx \\ Use IP Address of your NTA server
source GigabitEthernet0/1 \\ Use interface that has a route to the NTA server
transport udp 2055
flow monitor NTAmon
cache timeout inactive 60
cache timeout active 60
ip flow monitor NTAmon input \\ Repeat this command on all interfaces of your device including Gi and VLANs
ip flow monitor command is not allowed at SVI interface
4507(config-if)#ip flow monitor m1_vlan input
% Flow Monitor: Flow Monitor 'm1_vlan' : Configuring Flow Monitor on SVI interfaces is not allowed. Instead configure Flow Monitor in vlan configuration mode via the command `vlan config <vlan number>'
And I had tried configured at vlan configuration mode but still not working .
I am not having luck with the ip flow monitor command on SVI or in vlan config mode. Here is my output. I know this is an old thread, but has anyone had any luck with this?
MHS-MC-4507(config-flow-monitor)#int vlan 1
MHS-MC-4507(config-if)#ip flow monitor NTAmon input
% Flow Monitor: Flow Monitor 'NTAmon' : Configuring Flow Monitor on SVI interfaces is not allowed. Instead configure Flow Monitor in vlan configuration mode via the command `vlan config <vlan number>'
MHS-MC-4507(config)#vlan config 1
MHS-MC-4507(config-vlan-config)#ip flow monitor NTAmon input
% Flow Monitor: Flow Monitor 'NTAmon' : Interface option is not support with Cos,Tos, TTL or Packet length options. Flow record fields can't be supported with the monitor type
I know its too late but somehow your response missed my inbox. Where are you with the issue now? Its a Cisco limitation that SVI interfaces are not allowed for NetFlow export. How about your VLANs? Did you get them working?
You may not be able to use the ip flow command on an SVI, but you can use a service-policy for performance monitoring. Works well, but due to the ability to aim at your foot and shoot your behind, I would suggest you research in depth for your specific device.