[j-nsp] show bgp sum with description ?
Thu, 15 Aug 2002 10:36:35 -0500
I wrote a script that I use to monitor Juniper, Cisco, and formerly
Unisphere routers. It uses simple snmpwalks to gather the info. (time down,
peer address, ASN, reason for being down)
Depending on the box you are running it on and how many devices you are
walking, you will have to adjust the time frame between walks.
I run each of my three scripts (one for each type of device) every 20
minutes from cron, this way the data is never more than 20 minutes old. The
NOC sees the info from a cgi generated webpage that automatically updates
every 60 seconds. They have it running in the corner of one of their
screens, and this has proved to be very effective for them.
If you want more info, write me offlist.
From: Dave Aaldering [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, August 14, 2002 2:06 PM
Subject: Re: [j-nsp] show bgp sum with description ?
On Wed, Aug 14, 2002 at 07:03:02AM -0700, HHH wrote:
> Sorry, not paying attention
It's okay ;)
I havent had any other reactions, and I did quite a search through the
commands, and the only way is to create some kind of external script which
puls it out of the config. But that does not give you a realtime view of the
neighbor states ;)
Perhaps JunOS XML script or something can make this possible. I think I'll
have a look at that. If anyone else comes up with something, please let me
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