How to implement Netflow through VPN tunnel on the WAN router
Site-to-site IPSec VPN tunnel is built between the hub datacenter and a remote site using ASA5505. The remote site ASA connects to a Cisco C2811 router and then goes to the ISP edge. The requirement is to enable Netflow on the WAN router and collect data. The Netflow Analyser (Solarwinds-Orion) resides in the hub datacenter's LAN.
I'd like to get Netflow stats on the WAN routers between IPSec devices. And the stats need to be encrypted. In other words, I do not want to send Netflow data across the public network. My thought was to send Netflow data through the IPSec tunnel. How can I accomplish this?
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