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I am trying to use WhatsUp Gold Flow monitoring on my network. We are using 3Com 5500G EI switches as our core devices.
I understand that they don't support NetFlow are they anyway for me to monitor the traffic on this model of switch using Whatsup Gold Netflow?
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No, there is no way to make it dance.
You can use snmp utils like mrtg/prtg to gather traffic graphs.
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