NetFlow is a feature that provides the ability to collect IP network traffic as it enters or exits an interface. By analyzing the data provided by NetFlow a network administrator can determine things such as the source and destination of traffic, class of service, and the causes of congestion (if any). A typical flow monitoring setup (using NetFlow) consists of three main components:
Cyberoam can be configured to act as a NetFlow Exporter which collects details of IP traffic and sends it in the form of NetFlow Records to NetFlow Collector(s). This article describes how you can configure Cyberoam as a NetFlow Exporter.
Currently, Cyberoam supports NetFlow v5.
You must be logged on to the Web Admin Console as an administrator with Read-Write permission for relevant feature(s).
Step 1: Configure NetFlow Collectors
Click Apply to add collectors.
Step 2: Enable Traffic Logging from Firewall Rule
Traffic passing through this firewall rule will be recorded and exported to the NetFlow Collectors.
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