Cisco Netflow - Number of Channels and Number of Event Collectors
I have Cisco 3600 series routers exported with Cisco Netflow v5. As I'm rather new to Netflow, may I know what is associations/correlations between the number of channels and the number of event collectors?
Also, how is the Event Collector associated with the number of aggregations per channel?
My understanding is that the event collectors serve as a collection of flow data after it has been received from the channels, and filtered and its flows aggregated according to some aggregation scheme. Hence the questions:
1) Is 1 event collector only associated to 1 channel?
2) Could the event collectors be associated to multiple channels? If so, what is the mechanism/method used for associating multiple channels to 1 event collector so as not to cause confusions between aggregations schemes of different channels?
Re: Cisco Netflow - Number of Channels and Number of Event Colle
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