When you state "it is not generating any flows nor populating the cache" does this mean that wireshark didn't see any flows? I would verify this by putting a packet analyzer as close as possible to the interface that the datagrams should be leaving on.
I noticed that your record description includes 'NBAR'. If you want to export NBAR, you need to include the following in the record definition:
match application name
When you define the flow exporter, I would change 600 to 60 and you need to include the NBAR application-table option template:
The router itself is not generating any packets. Debug command doest give any output. The network node manager was configured to receive these netflow packets. The people managing this NNM also tried capturing the packets but nothing.
This happens not only with this particular router but there many others with different hardware configurations and IOS versions. Same comamnds have been put on them as well.
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