The syntax I have used is almost the same, except that I don’t think you can quite have the 2 options they mention in the last line;
flow exporter FlowExporter1
transport udp 9996
source FastEthernet 0/1
flow monitor FlowMonitor1
record netflow ipv4 original-input
cache timeout active 1
cache timeout inactive 15
interface FastEthernet 0/1
ip flow monitor FlowMonitor1 [input|output] <<< with the netflow record above only input is ok
According to the command reference I looked at when you use the ipv4 ‘netflow’ flow record with ‘original-input’, it can only monitor inbound packets and vice-versa for ‘original-output’, therefore I think you need the pair of settings as we have done.
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