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Netflow data is not showing up in Splunk

evansmb
New Member

I'm trying to set Splunk to index netflow data so it can be searched. The splunk server is getting the data but the data is not showing up in Splunk. I have installed the netflow for Splunk app. I have configured a switch to send data to UDP port 9995. I have also configured a data import for the same port. Data import for 10514 and 11514 have also been set up. By doing a tcpdump i have verified the splunk server is recieving the data on port 9995. I see no data in the tcpdump going to 10514 or 11514. I set debug for UDPInputProcessor, the splunkd.log shows that Splunk is at least seeing data come from the switch ip. Would anyone have any idea for what to check next?

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NetFlow_Logic
Contributor

All previously existing versions of NetFlow Logic Splunk apps have been merged into one NetFlow for Splunk by NetFlow Logic App. See this link http://apps.splunk.com/app/489/

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rebelscum
New Member

I am at the same stage, if you are referring to 'application and network monitor'
Under configuration I have created a macros.conf file but what do I put under 'your index'?

[common_search]
definition = index=your_index sourcetype=flowintegrator

Thanks,

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bohrasaurabh
Communicator

The only reason you would use port 10514 or 11514 if you plan to use the flowintegrator software. are you using that? If yes I can tell you whats happening.

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