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4 steps to configure Cisco Flexible NetFlow

Wed, 10/6/10 - 5:16pm    View how to tips and comments

8 months ago I blogged about the 4 steps of an FNF configuration (Cisco Flexible NetFlow):

1. Create an FNF 'Record'

2. Create an 'Exporter'

3. Create a 'Monitor'

4. Apply the 'Monitor'

This week, network performance vendor - Plixer International, released the below 6-minute video which walks viewers through the 4 steps of an FNF configuration:

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