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# Sample ccnetcollect config file
#
# General notes:
# - Any given configuration item takes the form 'name = value',
#   and the '=' sign must always be present.
# - The 'name' portion of a configuration item is case inSensiTiVe
# - The number in parentheses at the end of any line is the
#   maximum number of lines of that type that should be in the file.
# - Blank lines and whitespace characters are ignored
# - Any text in a line after a '#' character is ignored
# - In case of error, consult ccnetcollect.log for more detail
#
# For yes/no options:
# - yes, y, or 1 are all equivalent.
# - no, n, or 0 are all equivalent.

# If present, the logfile option below should be the first option
# in the config file to avoid the default ccnetcollect.log being
# used to log parsing of the config file prior to this option.
logfile = /var/log/ccnetcollect.log    # Required if daemon_mode = Y

daemon_mode = Y                  # Run as a daemon. Default is N     (1)
daemon_dir = /please/edit/me     # Set the working directory         (1)
                                 # (Required if daemon_mode enabled) (1)
# Required settings
#
listen_addr = 192.168.0.1        # Address to receive netflow on     (1)
listen_port = 1963               # Port to listen on                 (1)
#accept_from = *                 # Accept NetFlow from any sender    (1)
accept_from = 10.45.113.34       # Filter. Only accept from these    (32)
accept_from = 10.45.113.35       # NetFlow sending devices           (32)
cc_serveraddr = 10.128.0.0       # Address of Cloud Cruiser server   (1)
cc_port = 8080                   # Port of REST API                  (1)
cc_username = admin              # REST API username                 (1)
cc_password = admin              # REST API password                 (1)
internal_net = 10.0.0.0/8        # Network ID of internal networks   (64)
internal_net = 100.64.0.0/10     # specified in CIDR notation        (64)
internal_net = 172.16.0.0/12     # Can have up to 64 internal ...    (64)
internal_net = 192.168.1.0/24    # ... networks defined              (64)

# Optional settings
#
#ccr_push_flag = N         # If uncommented, do not push to Cloud Cruiser  (1)
#ccr_push_dir = netdata    # If uncommented, specify the directory within
                           # the usage directory to push CCR files to      (1)
empty_push = yes           # If enabled, push empty files to Cloud Cruiser (1)

debug = no                 # If enabled, output debug info to stdout       (1)
                           # (This will emit a huge amount of info)

packet_limit = 0           # If 0, run forever
                           # If not 0, exit after the specified number
                           # of netflow packets have been received         (1)

packet_sizelimit = 2000    # Maximum size of a netflow packet in bytes     (1)
                           # (default is 2000)

# Optional CCR export settings (ignored if ccr_push_flag is disabled)
#
# (Default is 1 export per hour, on minute 0 of the hour)
#
ccr_export_dir = ccr/      # Directory to export CCR files to      (1)
                           # (The trailing slash is optional)
ccr_export_interval = 15   # Export every specified number of mins (1)
                           # (Must be 1, 2, 5, 10, 15, 30 or 60)
#
#parser_threads = 8        # Specify 1 - 32 parser threads to use  (1)
                           # (Please read UserGuide for more info)
# End sample config

 

  

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