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NTOPNG + NPROBE on Windows

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I'm having difficulty getting this working on Windows.  I've been able to verify that I'm getting flows inbound on 2055, but no data seems to be exporting to ntopng via ZMQ.

I've also done a netstat to check for 5556 listening and I don't see it.

Is it possible to run these both on 1 interface?  That is my plan if that is possible.

I've tried a few different options to start the binaries based on info I've found on the gossamer threads, but none of them seem to work correctly for me.

Does anyone have a working windows startup command for both of these apps?

Thank you for helping.

Adam
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I ended up finding out that the demo binary on their site is not compiled with ZMQ support so that was the issue the entire time.

I contacted their support and the developer was able to send me a link for a binary with ZMQ support so I could complete my testing.
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I contacted their support and they assisted me with the resolution.
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Glad to know that you found the support link I pasted useful.
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