[[nsp] Cisco AS5300 monitoring tools needed.]

Joshua Sahala joshua.ej.smith at usa.net
Fri Aug 1 20:25:31 EDT 2003

what are you trying to monitor on that box?  there are a plethora of programs

that have been written. 
cricket/genRtrConfig works well for bandwidth/cpu/mem reporting (and 
supposedly voip, but i haven't gotten that to work quite right yet) 
nmis does many of the same things.   
jared wrote a nice little program called sysmon (www.sysmon.org) that can do 
connectivity/port testing and some other things 
some others that i have used and like are snips (formerly nocol), big brother 

(although it can be a pain to set up), hp oven^H^H^Hpenview can monitor 
anything if you have the right plugins/mibs/updates installed (as can most 
snmp monitors) - jffnms is an 'all-in-one' nms written by a very nice guy in 
argentina (and it works quite well) 
with more info, i can try to slim that list down ;) 
<McConvillD at usa.redcross.org> wrote: 
> I am looking for the same thing did you ever find anything to monitor
> Dennis McConville 
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