Cisco 5510 Netflow for PRTG

I am trying to setup Netflow on a Cisco ASA 5510 to monitor using PRTG.  I would like to monitor the device so it could report on bandwidth usage down to the IP and/or application.

Can you guys assist with the necessary commands on the firewall?
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szichenCommented:
i set this up through ASDM on my Cisco ASA 5515x.

IF you have setup PRTG server already then in the Cisco ASDM, you need to go to Device Management>>Logging>>Netflow
Under "Collectors", Add a Netflow connector by:
1. Selecting the Interface that the traffic will pass through
2. Add the IP address of the PRTG server
3. Add the UDP port that will be used for communication. In my case i'm using 2056.

Apply the changes to the firewall.

I set this up a few years ago so might be missing out on something but let me know if it doesn't work and i'll try and see what else I've missed.

Oh, and you also need to do the following in Firewall>>Service Policy Rules
Edit the current Global Policy there and go to the "Netflow" tab.
Choose "Add" and then select the "Flow Event Type" (i chose "All" for mine) and select the Collector that was created above.
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