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Netflow for Netscreen 50

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I want to have monitor the traffic flow for a Netscreen 50 Firewall.
May i know is it have Netflow Protocol which like Cisco routers.
And how can i enable and setup if it do? Many thanks.
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Junper uses SFLOW with is an open standard

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The netscreen 50 is an older Netscreen legacy firewall which is end of sale. Here is a link identifying it's capabilites, SFLOW is not listed as a capability.

http://www.juniper.net/products/integrated/dsheet/110003.pdf

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It does however ever support a custom SNMP MIB which would allow you to pull traffic stats from the interfaces but would not give you the granularity and capabilites of a netflow or a sflow.

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