LMS does not support viewing or analyzing NetFlow. Campus Manager can make some use of NetFlow data to help compute an optimal STP root bridge, but that's it. For a product which can analyze and display NetFlow data, you might consider looking at the Network Analysis Module.
IPM and NetFlow are similar only in that they can be used to analyze performance. IPM uses the IP SLA feature of IOS devices to measure round-trip response time, delay, jitter, quality of voice, etc.
I understand that ciscoworks do not use netflow. But i wanted to know if we can integrate a third party Netflow analyser with LMS. May be we can import data from the Third party tool and view in Ciscoworks, something like that...
It seems that the rest of your questions have already been answered by the other responders, however, I can recommend Scrutinizer as a tool for collecting and reporting on NetFlow. I've found that it is the best in NetFlow analyzing, because it isn't an add-on product, it is designed to do one thing--analyze NetFlow--and it does an excellent job at it.
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