User Guide for the Cisco NetFlow Generation Appliance
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Table Of Contents

A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - L - M - N - O - P - Q - R - S - T - U - V -

Index

A

activate, monitor component 3-7

administrative tasks 4-2

diagnostics 4-4

system parameters, set 4-2

altitude

guidelines 4-11

Application ID, field details B-6

audit trail

user activities logged 4-4

audit trail, viewing data 4-2

B

backing up NGA configuration 5-1

booting recovery CD 6-1

Boot loader 6-1

C

CLI

comparison to GUI features 1-3

when to use 1-3

collectors

configuring 3-4

field descriptions in UI B-4

troubleshooting A-2

config restore command 5-1

config upload command 5-1

configuration

advanced setup 3-1

collectors 3-4

exporters 3-5

filters 3-3

manage devices 2-4

monitors 3-6

multiple components 3-1

overview 1-3

quick setup 2-5

record 3-4

traffic sources 2-4

configuration records 3-4

corrosion

preventing damage 4-9

D

diagnostics

audit trail 4-2

tech support 4-2

dust

preventing damage 4-11

E

electromagnetic interference

See EMI

electrostatic discharge

See ESD

EMI

preventing effects of 4-11

environment

maintaining 4-8

ESD

preventing damage 4-11

preventing effects of 4-11

exporters

configuring 3-5

field descriptions in UI B-5

F

features 1-2

filtering

audit trail 4-4

filters

configuring 3-3

field descriptions in UI B-2

Flow Record Match and Collect fields B-1

G

getting started

advanced setup GUI 3-1

configure multiple components 3-1

overview 2-2

quick setup GUI 2-5

single group of components 2-5

GNU GRUB 6-1

guidelines

temperature maintenance 4-10

H

hard drives, replacing 4-6

help

(see also troubleshooting) A-1

helper utility 6-1

how it works 3-6

configure using quick setup 2-5

humidity

maintenance guidelines 4-11

I

inactivate, monitor component 3-7

L

LEDs

front panel and NIC A-4

logging in 2-3

M

magnetism

preventing effects of 4-12

maintenance 4-8

hard drives 4-6

power supplies 4-7

required equipment 4-5

solid state drives 4-6

temperature 4-10

managed devices

configuring 2-4

data port 2-5

See also compatibility matrix 2-4

match and collect field descriptions B-1

monitors

activating 3-7

configuring 3-6

field descriptions in UI B-5

inactivating 3-7

troubleshooting A-1

N

network parameters, accessing data 4-2

O

order of configuration using advanced setup 3-6

overview

configuring NetFlow Generation 1-3

what to do first 2-2

P

ping

troubleshooting A-2

power

power supply redundancy 4-7

power source interruptions

preventing damage from 4-12

power supplies, replacing 4-7

Q

Quick Setup

using 2-5

R

radio frequency interference. See RFI

records

configuring 3-4

field descriptions in UI B-3

recovery CD, using 6-1

reinstalling NGA image 6-1

required equipment

maintenance 4-5

resource info, viewing 4-2

restoring, NGA configuration (see Command Reference) 5-1

RFI

preventing effects of 4-11

S

site

environment

maintenance factors 4-8

SNMP agent data

accessing 4-2

configuring 4-3

software field descriptions, tables B-1

collectors B-4

Configure Filter B-2

configure records B-3

Flow Record Match and Collect B-1

software upgrade 5-1

solid state drives, replacing 4-6

SPAN session requirement 2-4

system admin

network parameters, accessing data 4-2

resource info 4-2

SNMP agent data 4-2

system time, setting 4-2

system time, setting 4-2

T

TAC (Technical Assistance Center)

(see also troubleshooting) A-1

technical assistance, obtaining

(see also troubleshooting) A-1

tech support

viewing 4-4

tech support, accessing data 4-2

temperature

maintenance guidelines 4-10

troubleshooting A-1

cables A-4

front-panel and NIC LEDs A-4

U

UDP port

troubleshooting A-2

upgrade software 5-1

user interface

comparison to CLI features 1-3

V

verifying

flow record generation 4-1

packets coming into NetFlow Generation 2-7

viewing

audit trail 4-4

tech support 4-4