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RFlow n00b I NEED HELP!!!

Discussion in 'DD-WRT Firmware' started by cr8zy07, May 28, 2005.

  1. cr8zy07

    cr8zy07 Network Guru Member

    i have NO idea what im doing with RFlow....im running DD-WRT #22 (prefinal3) on a WRT54GS... and i would really like if someone could help me out...Thanks
     
  2. XCOM7

    XCOM7 Network Guru Member

    EneableRFlow in the Admin page than enter the IP where RFlow is running than port 2055 and 2056 and 10 min interval youare dun. On RFlow Network put in your network IP range as per instructions.
     
  3. cr8zy07

    cr8zy07 Network Guru Member

    to tell u the truth im dont understand the RFlow app...what do u mean "per instructions"???
     
  4. XCOM7

    XCOM7 Network Guru Member

    Click on Network and it will have instruction on how to add your network range.
    For example if you have the default IP 192.168.1.1 than in the config put in 192.168.1
     
  5. cr8zy07

    cr8zy07 Network Guru Member

    what about the sever info in the router?? under the admin tab??
     
  6. XCOM7

    XCOM7 Network Guru Member

    once you have that set go to options and set your ports there it also have a example on how to configue it there.
     
  7. cr8zy07

    cr8zy07 Network Guru Member

    i got the ports set there...but what about the sever IP and stuff like that...?
     
  8. cr8zy07

    cr8zy07 Network Guru Member

    what is this MySQL?? and if i need it how do i configure it??
     
  9. jagboy

    jagboy Network Guru Member

    i am under the assumption that you have dd-wrt and have he lastest RFlow collector

    go into the mangamnet page.

    scroll down to the RFlow / MACupd

    and type in you ip adress of the comptuer you have the RFlow collector on and use the same port numbers in the pic

    and hit save as shown below

    [​IMG]

    then
    now go to the RFlow collector and click on the options button
    [​IMG]

    and you will see the following just follow the picutre and type in the valuve of the routers ip adress ex.192.168.1.1
    and type "root" were it says HTTP User. and put the routers password were it says HTTP pwd. as shown below

    [​IMG]
     
  10. cr8zy07

    cr8zy07 Network Guru Member

    THATS IT!!!! thanks alot...i dont think i would have EVER figured that out...thanks for all ur help!!
     
  11. jagboy

    jagboy Network Guru Member

    your welcome maybe the admins could post this as a sticky some were
     
  12. cr8zy07

    cr8zy07 Network Guru Member

    yeah they should bc if u didnt know what u were doing u have NO clue how to do that.... ie me lol but ne way thanks again for all ur help!!
     

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