Thank you for downloading NetFlow Auditor, incorporating:Real-Time
- Real-time analytics for QoS, performance optimization, compliance and root-cause discovery.
Real-Time provides enhanced troubleshooting and forensic capabilities for today’s complex networks. NetFlow Auditor's real-time engine is also an intuitive intelligent agent that learns and builds a baseline of the traffic flows occurring on any network and can alert network management on bursts, scans and peer-to-peer (P2P) traffic. The level of granularity and the ability to drill into the traffic is unprecedented with every flow being stored for every minute for at least seven days.Long-Term
- Historical trending for capacity planning, traffic accounting and service level analysis.
Long-Term trending precessing provides a robust fully automated end-to-end Network knowledge base to enable you to baseline, plan and profile the use of any element within your network. Long-Term trending equips management with the knowledge to better understand IT resource and network usage enabling an organization to maximize operational efficiencies.Notes
- Distribution of this software in any shape or form is strictly prohibited!
- This product has been tested on Centos 4.3-4.7 and RedHat Enterprise 4.x
- Subject to DigiToll Licence and 3rd Party Terms and Conditions.
It is recommended that NetFlow Auditor be installed on a dedicated PC or server.NetFlow
NetFlow v5, v7, or v9 or equivalent must be enabled.Operating System
Centos Linux 4.x
Red Hat Linux Enterprise 4.xDatabase Engine
MySQL 5.0.22-standard - Provided with NetFlow Auditor Installation Note that existing MySQL installations should be removed in order to install NetFlow Auditor!Web Server
Apache Tomcat 5.5 - Provided with DigiToll NetFlow Auditor InstallationJava
Java 1.6.0_12 or greater - Provided with DigiToll NetFlow Auditor InstallationHardware (Recommended)
CPU - 2GHz (8 Cores recommended for larger environments)
RAM - 2GB (4 GB recommended for larger environments)
HDD - 100GB
Ethernet PortFront End
Internet Explorer 6.0 or later
Sun Java JRE v1.6.0_12 or later - Get it here
Installing NetFlow Auditor on a Linux O/S requires unique configurations to be defined during the operating system’s installation process. These configurations differ, depending on the operating system in use.NetFlow Auditor
Once the Operating System is installed and configured and the system has rebooted, you can install the NetFlow Auditor Server on your Windows or Linux operating system.
The following instructions will take you step by step through the NetFlow Auditor installation process:Linux Edition
To install NetFlow Auditor on your Linux O/S:
Enter the Linux O/S.
You are prompted to enter a Password.
Type the password you defined during the Linux O/S installation.
Type: cd /mnt
If you have received NetFlow Auditor for Linux on a CD
Type: mkdir cdrom
Type: mount /dev /cdrom /mnt/cdrom
Type: cd cdrom
If you have downloaded NetFlow Auditor for Linux
Untar the package to a temporary directory
The following is displayed:
NetFlow Auditor sometimes needs to make a change to the Linux configuration to enable the successful installation of MySQL 5. If NetFlow Auditor has made this change you will be prompted to reboot the server. Repeat steps 1-9 following the reboot.
- SMTP Server:
This is the server address that is to be used for NetFlow Auditor email reporting and alerting functionality. If the NetFlow Auditor server has been configured as an SMTP server enter default [localhost] or the IP address of your SMTP server. For NetFlow Auditor Enterprise v3.6.5 and earlier versions only.
- NetFlow Auditor Report Sender Email Address:
This is the email account that is to be used for sending email reports from the DigiToll server. Example firstname.lastname@example.org. For NetFlow Auditor Enterprise v3.6.5 and earlier versions only.
- Enter the number of UDP ports required for NetFlow Collection:
When configuring NetFlow Auditor for multiple NetFlow streams using Enterprise editions of NetFlow Auditor you must configure 1 port for each NetFlow stream. For NetFlow Auditor Enterprise Version v3.6.5 and earlier.
- Listening Port of NetFlow 1: 
Recommended default port 2055. For NetFlow Auditor Enterprise Version v3.6.5 and earlier.
- (Optional) Listening Port of NetFlow 2: 
Recommended default port 2056. For NetFlow Auditor Enterprise Version v3.6.5 and earlier.
After the installation is completed, you will be prompted with a message 'DigiToll software was successfully installed' or 'NetFlow Auditor software was successfully installed.' Press Enter to go back to the menu.
Acquire license keys from IdeaData
NetFlow Auditor will not work until license keys have been obtained from IdeaData or one of its agents. Please register here
for an evaluation license key.Configuration (Linux)
The configuration menu enables access to further back-end configuration options. This menu applies only to NetFlow Auditor v3.6.7 or earlier. For NetFlow Auditor v3.6.8, many configuration will be done solely in Front End. To access the Configuration menu
The following menu is displayed:
1 IP Address Configuration
2 NetFlow UDP Port
3 Email Configuration
4 Restart NetFlow Auditor
X Exit IP Address Configuration
During installation NetFlow Auditor is configured with the IP Address of the server. However if the IP address is changed NetFlow Auditor needs to be reconfigured with the new IP address.
Enter new IP address
[ENTER]NetFlow UDP Port
Enter the number of UDP ports required for NetFlow Collection:
When configuring NetFlow Auditor for multiple NetFlow streams on an Enterprise edition of NetFlow Auditor you must configure 1 port for each NetFlow stream.
Listening Port of NetFlow 1: 
Recommended default port 2055
Netflow version for this collector: 5[1, 5, 7, or 9]:
Netflow version, default as Netflow version 5
(Optional) Listening Port of NetFlow 2: 
Recommended default port 2056
(Optional)Netflow version for this collector: 5[1, 5, 7, or 9]:
Netflow version, default as Netflow version 5Email Configuration
This is the server address that is to be used for NetFlow Auditor email reporting and alerting functionality. If the NetFlow Auditor server has been configured as an SMTP server enter default [localhost] or the IP address of your SMTP server.
NetFlow Auditor Report Sender Email Address:
This is the email account that is to be used for sending email reports from the NetFlow Auditor server. Example email@example.com
.Restart NetFlow Auditor
See Getting Started