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Hello,

I was wondering if someone can explain how the data for "Network" reports is generated/collected?  I have a switch that supports netflow and I am forwarding the events to a netflow collector, but I do not seem to get the results I expect when running the "Network" reports.

Thanks,

Mike

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Hey,

From the ArcSight™ System Content Reference Guide:

Supported Devices
The Network Monitoring content is built around feeds from the ArcSight SmartConnector
that collects events from Qosient Argus, which is a real-time flow monitor. It monitors all
network transactions seen in a data network traffic stream (http://www.qosient.com/
argus/).

Hope this helps.

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Hey,

From the ArcSight™ System Content Reference Guide:

Supported Devices
The Network Monitoring content is built around feeds from the ArcSight SmartConnector
that collects events from Qosient Argus, which is a real-time flow monitor. It monitors all
network transactions seen in a data network traffic stream (http://www.qosient.com/
argus/).

Hope this helps.

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Hi,

Thanks for the info...  Finally something that shows how I can take advantage of my netflow card!!!

Thanks,

Mike

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