You could span the port to a spare interface on a linux based host and use an opensource netflow probe. Tie that in with something like NFSEN and you could acheive what you want. Although you would obviously need a server to acheive this.
Yes, I have the layer e supervisor II+TS. But I know, that it doesn't support NetFlow.
I thoght about spanning the port to a spare interface. I have two opportunities: to use a linux host or an old router 1720 (it's not used in our network). Is it possible to use the 1720 as a netflow agent in this situation?
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