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Traffic Server must be configured before it can start monitoring network traffic. The following steps are needed to properly configure a Traffic Server:

  1. Connect to the Traffic Server using your web browser.
  2. Click on the Quick Configuration link on the main page.
  3. Fill in the form and press Submit.
  4. Click on the File->Save As... menu option on your web browser to save the configuration file to your local disk.
  5. Click on the Server button at the top of the main Traffic Server web page.
  6. Provide the administrator user and password.
  7. Click on the Configure button on the left of the page.
  8. Click on the Browse button and select the configuration file you saved in step 4.
  9. Click on the Submit button to upload your configuration file.
  10. Wait until your configuration file is displayed. If any errors are detected, they will be indicated on the page, and the configuration change will not take effect.
  11. If you are going to collect Cisco NetFlow data then additional configuration steps are required.
  12. If you are going to collect sFlow data then additional configuration steps are required.
  13. If you are going to collect XRMON data then additional configuration steps are required.

To make additional configuration changes to Traffic Server you must edit the configuration file that you saved on your PC. Repeat steps 5 - 10 to resubmit the new configuration.

Once you have installed a configuration, the Traffic Server will discover sources of traffic data and start monitoring them. Click on the Performance button in order to see the number of interfaces change as more are discovered. As more interfaces are monitored the number of samples per second will rise, indicating that the Traffic Server has started to collect data.

Note: This initial discovery phase must complete before any data will be visible through the applications. Depending on the size of the network, this initial discovery may take up to an hour.

At this point traffic data can be viewed by clicking on the Monitor button at the top of the page in order to launch the Monitor application. After an hour historical data will start to be logged. This data can be accessed by clicking on the Reports button to launch the Reporter application, or by clicking on the Query button to make ad-hoc queries to the database.

Additional troubleshooting information is available in the Traffic Server and sFlow Probe Troubleshooting Guide.