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Installing and configuring NTOPNG on CentOS

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I am a relative Linux novice. I am pretty comfortable with scripting and understand the basics of compiling. With that said, I am having significant difficulties installing NTOPNG. I need a solution for network monitoring and NetFlow packet capture that doesn't cost and arm and a leg. I have been able to converse with Luca Deri who developed the application but I haven't been able to get a good walkthrough on setting it up.

I am looking for someone who has experience getting ntopng running. We mainly use Cisco ASAs in our systems and need to capture flow data from these. I would like to use ntopng and nprobe to do this. I can install ntop by simply using the yum install ntop command but I want the features of the new version. I have been trying to follow various walkthroguhs of installing it but I keep running into snags. Hopefully someone has experience with this.

I have been using
http://www.nmon.net/centos/
and
http://blog.jamesspencer.me/2013/08/install-ntop-ng-101-on-centos-64.html

but haven't gotten it running. If anyone has experience with this, I can post some more details.

Thanks!
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