09-18-2018 07:15 AM
I am curious to learn about your netflow experience, I had to disable netflow in my environment.
While the Netflow setup is really simple;
- Enable Traffic Flow Settings in Mikrotik router
- Setup Target pointing to UCRM server port 2055 using version 9
- That's it (I think!!)
For some reason I am still unable to receive upload and download traffic information...when I do the numbers don't make sense and I don't know how to reset netflow data in UCRM.
I had Netflow working with ntopng so I know the router is fine.
Again maybe I missed something, let me know if you have success..
09-19-2018 05:24 AM - edited 09-19-2018 05:28 AM
We work with Mikrotik and UCRM and it works fine but you may need some manual changes in the firewall and a separate interface for UCRM for the redirecting of suspended users. Without these that did not work for us.
09-20-2018 03:55 AM
What is Ubnt stance on UCRM working with MikroTik's?
One of the main goals of UCRM is the 3rd party HW compatibility. All the data stored in UCRM are under your control and can be accessed/managed by API or UCRM Plugins. There are currently a couple of plugins managing 3rd party HW, exporting or importing payments, invoices, etc. Check it out: https://github.com/Ubiquiti-App/UCRM-plugins
09-20-2018 06:25 AM
mikrotik changed their authentication in recent firmware to fix security bugs. does UCRM work with their new auth ?
also has the problem been fixed where download/upload numbers are switched around when a mikrotik router sends netflow data to UCRM?
a month ago
Hi Sir, can you help with setup like how you did it I have been trying for months now but nothing is working and I would be glad if you can help me with a detail steps thank you
We tried it this morning, works like a charm.
Ucrm auto created all the necessary rules.
4 weeks ago
Others have said they have to run netlow v4 on mikrotik and it started working
For everyone that has not already upgrade there core router to mikrotik keep in mind that keeping backup of your router config to put on a secondary backup router in case it dies is next to impossible been figjfigh that for months Edge router infinity might be better if not already doing mikrotik
4 weeks ago
4 weeks ago
Not sure exactly what you are looking for. But if you are trying to get the Mikrotik router to send the data to UCRM then hear it is.
On the router, using webfig, select IP from the menu, then select Traffic Flow. Click Enabled, pick the interfaces you want monitored, probably the interface going to the internet. Pick the targets button and put in the address of your UCRM computer, set port 2055 and Ver 5 and hit Apply.
2 weeks ago