i just came to know Assurance feature license doesn't come for free when upgrading from LMS4.2 or NCS1.1. It has to be purchased. Before buying this license, i would like to know if IPv6 netflow is supported.
Do you know if the following Cisco switches ME3600X ME3800X support Netflow? I need to collect data on interfaces and export it to an external Netflow collector installed on a server. In other word, I need to be sure that those switches support the following command (or similar):
ip flow-export destination <IP> ip flow-export source <Interface> ip flow-export version 5 ip flow-cache timeout active 1 ip flow-cache timeout inactive 15 snmp-server ifindex persist !
What are the limitations of Net flow v9 support on the 7600 platform for the SR code releases?
I know that Flexible Net flow is only available on newer releases with some newer hardware. Flexible Net flow gives you the ability to provide full support for Netflow v9 as well as IPFIX.
However, the documentation indicates that Net flow v9 is still supported in the SR code. So I am just trying to find out what are the limitations in how Net flow v9 is implemented without "Flexible Net flow". The Cisco TAC was unable to provide me any documentation about this.
I was working with Opmanager software to monitor my network, and i downloaded the Netflow plugin, i tried to enable the netflow on my core switch c3560 but I was surprised that it does not support the NetFlow, after many resersh most of URL's say it does not support until i found another URL from Cisco Says that it support Flexble netflow now, but i think we should update the IOS.
I currently have Netflow enabled on all of my routers in my network. However, I have a Cat3750, which does not support Netflow. The 3750 is at a larger remote site and I need visibility into the traffic that is traversing internal to that switch. All VLANs are configured on the 3750. I have an extra Cisco router, which I have theorized I could use as a Netflow probe.
The 2811 Router has to FastEthernet ports.F0/0 would be configured with no IP Address and would be connected to the 3750 on G0/1 with no VLANs configured.F0/1 would be configured with a static IP and connected to the 3750 on port G/02 with the appropriate VLAN to ensure network connectivity.
On the 3750, configure a monitor session with a destination of Interface G0/1.On the 2811, configure netflow to sent to the Netflow server and set F0/0 for ip flow ingress.Obviously, it doesn't work. But I cannot figure out why.
I need to implement IPv6 for ASA VPN. According to the ASA_8.4_cli_cfg.pdf , IPv6 is not supported on ASA IPSEC vpn and remote client vpn. I do not have a ASA 8.4, any way to verify on ASA8.4 whether the crypto command support ipv6 address ? If the crypto command do support ipv6 address then probably there is chance it will work.what i mean is eg. crypto map xxx set peer <ipv6 address| ipv4 addres> able to set ipv6 address.
According to the url below, i could find that there is a separate module required for asr 9k, is it so; doesnt it sufficient to have the 4.3.0 Ios-xr version for the cgnat supoort features of nat 44, nat64, ds-lite.. like things?URL
I'm looking at implementing a new DMZ and wanted Netflow capability for security monitoring.The architectural principles I have to adhere to dictate that the switches within the DMZ are layer 2 however to get Netflow I need a minimum of a 3560/3750X, Network Services module, IP Base IOS with ip routing and CEF enabled.To do this and still keep the switch functioning as a layer 2 device the intention was not to configure SVI's or any static/dynamic routing protocols.Will Netflow still work in that scenario?
I've been researching the 3750-x Netflow support but I'm not 100% sure of how much support it has. From what I've read the only way to get NetFlow support is to install a specific module that provides NetFlow. I also heard about how it might support s-flow but I haven't found out for sure.
I've got older SOHO97 which I want to use as a backup for Cisco 800 but I can not find any information if it actually supports IPv6. Neither the data sheet [URL] nor the Cisco Feature Navigator [URL] suggest it has any IPv6 support at all.
I was slightly dissapointed with the performance of the "pre-sales" phone number of Cisco in the Netherlands so I am asking it here instead.We decided on using 2 Cisco 2921 routers with 2.5GB ram to use for a MultiHomed connection using BGP. We already have our v4 and v6 space assigned as well as our AS number. The connections should turn up soon.What I could not find out with proper certainty on the Cisco Feature Navigator is if the IP BASE on the Cisco 2921 supports both IPv4 and IPv6 routing combined with BGP. This model uses the Universal IOS licensing which I found slightly confusing. I could not find a simple matrix with the supported commands either.
I have both ipv4 and Ipv6 config on all the three hops. Between Cisco and Sami module, I have the Ip config on vlan interface 1400(say). Its not on a physical interface obviously, I can ping ipv5 from DUT to Sami IPv4 address. But Ipv6 doesnt work. If I add a sttic route to DUT network on SAMI, show ipv6 route does not show it.
I purchased a Latitude E6220 with a 4G WWAN modem (the DW5800). My intention was to support DirectAccess, i.e. Microsoft's clientless VPN, but unfortunately I have not found any way to get the IPv6 protocol installed on the device.
I've searched Verizon Wireless, Dell and Novatel Wireless forums without any success.
I Have a requirement to migrate from ipv4 to ipv6, I have checked the scalability of all the devices for this migration except ACS 1113 Solution Engine, Version 4.2. I couldnt reach the proper documentation to check its support for ipv6.