Click here to see how to install NetFlow Generator.
|Name||The name of the device given while installing NetFlow Generator.|
|IP address||The IP address the NetFlow Generator runs on|
|Build Number||The version of the NetFlow Generator installed|
|Status||means the flow export is working,means flow export is down|
|Last contact time||The last time flow data was collected|
|Flow processing||By default, all flows are enabled, which means they are active. Click on the icon to disable flow export for that device. Click on the icon again to enable the schedule again.|
|Actions||Click on the icon to Configure Listener Port.(requires a restart). Click on the icon to delete the device.|
|Search||Click on the icon to bring up the search bar for Name, IP address, Build Number, Last contact time|
Since NetFlow Generator is a service that runs in the background, its running state can be checked in the Task Manager under the services tab.
You can right click on the ManageEngine NetFlow Generator service to start/stop/restart the NetFlow Generator service.
bash ./nfg_service status - to check the current status of NetFlow Generator
bash ./nfg_service stop - to stop the NetFlow Generator service
bash ./nfg_service start - to start the NetFlow Generator service
bash ./nfg_service restart - to restart the NetFlow Generator service