[c-nsp] EIGRP Neighbor tracking

Tony Varriale tvarriale at comcast.net
Thu Mar 26 00:59:05 EDT 2009

What are you trying to accomplish?  Your subnet says something about EIGRP 
but the message doesn't. :)

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Ryan Hughes" <rshughes at gmail.com>
To: <cisco-nsp at puck.nether.net>
Sent: Wednesday, March 25, 2009 11:36 PM
Subject: [c-nsp] EIGRP Neighbor tracking

> Hi,
> Just wondering if anyone on list has run into issues where their routed
> Metro-E links will sometimes stay up as the mux isn't properly downing the
> interface ( cheap gear without interface tracking per se) when the circuit
> goes down. Pinging the interface doesn't really apply in this situation as
> there is routed dark fiber links for backup connectivity. I was thinking
> along the lines of an EEM script to source pings from the connected
> interface and see if its up and send an SNMP but I haven't had time to
> script it. I really don't need to accomlish anything fancy - just an alarm
> so the NOC can see it and report it to us.
> Researching the SNMP MIB but there didn't seem to be anything available. I
> had run into this issue in the past but I was doing BGP over the link 
> which
> obviously offers the neighbor down snmp trap.Honestly, I'd prefer to have
> the provider resolve the issue on their gear but given the aggressive
> pricing of the circuit I'm not sure I have much recourse.
> Appreciate the feedback.
> Ryan
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