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show flow export statistics query

    We have recently upgraded all our WAN router to Cisco 3945, they all have the same FLOW config as below  

but when I do a sh flow export statistics

on some routers I get:

Flow Exporter Export-FNF-Plixer:

  Packet send statistics (last cleared 1d08h ago):

    Successfully sent:         0                     (0 bytes)

   Enqueued to process level: 2534452               (3484784053 bytes)

on others  I get:

Flow Exporter Export-FNF-Plixer:

  Packet send statistics (last cleared 14w2d ago):

    Successfully sent:         16545298              (22596920223 bytes)

    Enqueued to process level: 165                   (223914 bytes)

as I said all the configurations are basically the same

Does anybody know what causes this difference?

Flow config:

flow record Record-FNF

description Flexible NetFlow with NBAR Flow Record

match ipv4 tos

match ipv4 protocol

match ipv4 source address

match ipv4 destination address

match transport source-port

match transport destination-port

match interface input

match flow direction

match application name

collect routing source as

collect routing destination as

collect routing next-hop address ipv4

collect ipv4 dscp

collect ipv4 id

collect ipv4 source prefix

collect ipv4 source mask

collect ipv4 destination mask

collect transport tcp flags

collect interface output

collect counter bytes

collect counter packets

collect timestamp sys-uptime first

collect timestamp sys-uptime last



flow exporter Export-FNF-Plixer

description FNF v9


source Loopback0


transport udp 2055

option interface-table

option application-table



flow monitor Monitor-FNF

description FNF Traffic Analysis

exporter Export-FNF-Plixer

cache timeout active 60

record Record-FNF



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