Hi Paolo,

Le 2016-12-07 17:54, Paolo Lucente a écrit :
Hi Fabien,

One step back on your question: you refer to the flow records or to the
transport protocol here? You can travel v4 and v6 records within the
same, say, v4 NetFlow/IPFIX/sFlow transport. This is what all exporters
basically do; are you working with an exporter that is behaving in a
different fashion? Like sending v4 records over a v4 transport and v6
records into a v6 transport? If i understand your question correctly,
that would be the only case in which it would apply.

It can be, but this is not what I'm trying to achieve here.

In any case you can select which v4 or v6 address you want to bind to,
one (or otherwise you bind on all and then filter with iptables for
example), with nfacctd_ip, sfacctd_ip and bgp_daemon_ip (the address you
listen for NetFlow/IPFIX/sFlow can be different from the BGP one, yes).

How can I see the BGP daemon to listen on a specific IPv4 and IPv6 ? I wanted to do it to have both address family.

I run both nfacctd and sfacctd on the same server and BGP daemon have to be bind on sepecific seconday ipv4, because they have to bind both on TCP/179. And I want to do the same with IPv6 at the same time to have IPv6 sessions with DFZ routers.

If this answer does not help, please elaborate a bit more on what you
are trying to achieve.

Is this more clear ?

Thanks !


On Tue, Dec 06, 2016 at 01:21:22PM +0100, Fabien VINCENT wrote:
Dear list,

Any help on how to configure sfacctd and nfacctd on dual stack ?

I mean having both IPv4 and IPv6 running on sfacctd, with collector
enabled on both protocols ?

I've seen the trick for bgp_daemon_ip, but don't know how to bind to
specific ip4 and ip6 on my server the sfacctd bgp daemon and the
daemon itself.

Thanks in advance !

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