I am having trouble getting flow monitoring to work properly on Juniper MX204. After applying configuration on the router, I can see about 6Mb/s of flow (which is too less) on flow server. It supposes to be Gb/s. I would much appreciate if anyone could help and advise if the following config is correct or not.
set forwarding-options sampling input rate 1024
set forwarding-options sampling instance NFSEN1 input rate 1024
set forwarding-options sampling instance NFSEN1 family inet output flow-server 172.16.1.112 port 2055
set forwarding-options sampling instance NFSEN1 family inet output flow-server 172.16.1.112 version9 template NFSEN1
set forwarding-options sampling instance NFSEN1 family inet output inline-jflow source-address 192.168.1.1
set services flow-monitoring version9 template NFSEN1 ipv4-template set chassis fpc 0 sampling-instance NFSEN1 set chassis fpc 0 inline-services flow-table-size ipv4-flow-table-size 5
set interfaces et-0/0/0 unit 0 family inet sampling input set interfaces et-0/0/0 unit 0 family inet sampling output
Also, from Juniper document, they mention as below
NOTE: Monitoring Services PICs, AS PICs, and Multiservices PICs must be mounted on an Enhanced Flexible PIC Concentrator (FPC) in an M Series or T Series router.
Multiservices DPCs installed in Juniper Networks MX Series 5G Universal Routing Platforms support the same functionality, with the exception of the passive monitoring and flow-tap features.
Does this mean Juniper MX Seriees 5G does not support passive monitoring and flow-tap features?