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stop netflow in Cisco 1800

Hello

How can i Stop the ntflow service in my cisco 1800 Router

I was using open extra

regards.
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Jan SpringerCommented:
under the interface that has netflow enabled:

interface <blah>
 no ip route-cache flow
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jmsienriqueAuthor Commented:
Ok

If i type this commands disable the rest of command that I typed before ?
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Jan SpringerCommented:
Using as an example, if netflow is enabled on a fastethernet interface -> you should see a line 'ip route-cache flow' within the FE config.

So, to disable netflow (again using a dummy FE as an example);

config t
interface f0/0
 no ip route-cache flow
 end

Change the interface type and number to what it actually is labelled.

If you want to completely stop all flow data, in addition to the above step for each interface that netflow is enabled on, stop it at the global level.  I'm using a dummy IP and port.  You'll need to grab the actual IP and port from the config:

config t
 no ip flow-export 192.168.1.1 9800
 end

To verify that netflow is turned off:

# sh ip cache flow
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jmsienriqueAuthor Commented:
Ok
after i connected to the Cisco is it the sequences ?

Router > enable
password *****
router#config term
router (config) #
router (config) # interface fastethernet 1/0
 router (config) #no ip route-cache flow
router (config) #no ipflow-export 192.168.1.78 9800
 end
# sh ip cache flow

Is it
Ok
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Jan SpringerCommented:
This looks good.

Also to verify that all netflow configuration has been removed:

# sh run | i route-cache flow
   -> if you get data in return, find the interface with the flow and remove it

# sh run | i ipflow-export
  -> if you get data in return, get into global config mode ('config t') and remove those lines by typing the command with a 'no' at the front
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jmsienriqueAuthor Commented:
thanks alot i will do it

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