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nfsen [2014/06/16 15:48]
admin [Installation]
nfsen [2014/06/16 20:08]
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   $WWWUSER ​ = "​apache";​   $WWWUSER ​ = "​apache";​
   $WWWGROUP = "​apache";​   $WWWGROUP = "​apache";​
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 +  $MAIL_FROM ​  = '​nfsen@yourdomain.tld';​
 +  $SMTP_SERVER = '​fqdn.mail.server';​
 +  ​
   %sources = (   %sources = (
       '​source1'​ => { '​port'​ => '​9995',​ '​col'​ => '#​0000ff',​ '​type'​ => '​netflow'​ },       '​source1'​ => { '​port'​ => '​9995',​ '​col'​ => '#​0000ff',​ '​type'​ => '​netflow'​ },
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   * Start nfsen. <​code>​sudo /​opt/​nfsen/​bin/​nfsen start</​code>​   * Start nfsen. <​code>​sudo /​opt/​nfsen/​bin/​nfsen start</​code>​
   * To start NfSen at boot, add the start script to **/​etc/​rc.local**. Or create a nice start/stop init script.   * To start NfSen at boot, add the start script to **/​etc/​rc.local**. Or create a nice start/stop init script.
 +  * Access NfSen at http://​server/​nfsen/​nfsen.php.
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