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How to decode netflow_elements Key Values pair?

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I have configured splunk stream app to collect netflow data from network.
Incoming data is being collected and indexed well, however some fields in search output are shown as below:

input_snmpidx:   6  
netflow_elements:   [   [-] 
         UNKNOWN : 0ab132f5 
         UNKNOWN : 0ab1320b 
         UNKNOWN : 9f99 
         UNKNOWN : 00a1 
         UNKNOWN : 02   
         UNKNOWN : 07e9 

Netflow exporter device is Cisco ASA Version 8.4(4)1.
I need to know an approach how to display these fields in a correct way.

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Hi @pkarpushin , 

Did you find a solution to this issue? I am facing the exactly same issue in my environment. I tried following THIS Splunk doc, but it didn't work. 

Let me know if you have any leads on this. 

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I have a similar challenge - just a different source. Did anyone find an suitable approach?

netflow_elements: [ [-]
5951.638 : 0000
5951.352 : 0002
5951.353 : 2a91b70a

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@Stan816 - 

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This question was posted 4 years ago and might not get the attention you need for your own question to be answered. I suggest you please post a brand new question with proper details about the issue you are facing so your issue can get more visibility. To increase your chances of getting help from the community, follow these guidelines in the Splunk Answers User Manual when creating your post.

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Hi, did you manage to decode these values? I have the same problem with Cisco High Speed Logging.


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