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Enabling Net flow on Cisco 3750G

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good day EE,

i recently upgrade a few switches to a new IOS that supports net flow export to scrutinizer. i have successfully enabled it on a few routers and ASA devices. I need to get the switches exporting net flow as well, but i am having a bit of a problem with the commands. since these switches are layer 3 switches i have been able to successfully run the following commands:

ip flow-export source Gi1/0/49 (i also tried interface VLAN1)
ip flow-export version 5
ip flow-export destination 10.1.1.16 2055


these commands were successfuly on a 1941 router, but not working in with the L3 switches. does anyone know if there are switch specific commands i need to input to get it talking to scrutinzer?

any help is definitely appreciated, thanks EE!

GL137
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The 3750G does not support Netflow export, sorry to say.
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so even though these commands ran successfully and the image that's on them now supports net flow, the switch it's self does not, is it safe to say that?
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I'd feel perfectly safe saying that. If you don't trust me, check with Cisco.
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trust is not an issue, i thought the same but needed to hear it from someone who had a bit more experience with these models. I appreciate your help.
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No problem...4500 series and up do support it...just a thought!
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