[c-nsp] MRTG on SONET APS?

Aaron dudepron at gmail.com
Sat May 9 23:52:20 EDT 2009

Just monitor both ports as normal. One for each. That's what we used to do.


On Fri, May 8, 2009 at 17:25, Pete Templin <petelists at templin.org> wrote:

> List,
> I'm in the process of bringing up my first SONET APS-protected
> (single-router APS) link, and it's been an adventure.  Aside from the
> carrier having to tickle their DACS cross-connect to get the circuit to
> work, and learning that I needed to use the Loopback0 address as the APS
> protect address, and then learning that I needed to allow UDP/1972 in my
> receive ACL (I guess I figured something had to be allowed), the link is now
> up.  IPv4 and IPv6 OSPF adjacencies are up, and the working port is showing
> 1-2kbps of traffic.
> Unfortunately, MRTG is only seeing 16bps on one port, and 0bps on the
> others.  Is there something special to tracking the traffic on an APS pair?
> Pete
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