[j-nsp] Getting traffic details

Michael Loftis mloftis at wgops.com
Thu Feb 17 19:56:01 EST 2005

--On Thursday, February 03, 2005 15:32 -0500 "mail.ag" 
<mail.ag at foghorn.nit.gwu.edu> wrote:

> Check out the '...Services Interfaces Configuration Guide' for your
> software version for specifics on the above configs.
> This wont give you the 'show ip cache flow' you are used to in IOS.
> To get that level of detail, and to greatly increase your sampling
> ability, you'll want to look at one of the service PICs such as the
> Adaptive Services (lots of features) or Monitoring Services (better
> performance for monitoring).  Then, in the cli, you'll be able to use a
> number of 'show passive-monitoring ' commands.
> Monitoring PIC:
> http://www.juniper.net/products/modules/monitoring_pic.html
> http://www.juniper.net/products/modules/as_pic.html
> Good luck.

Old thread i know, but the forwarding-option stuff takes place on the RE 
then?  In order to use the M7i ASM I have to use different syntax, correct? 
Just making sure....Still not exactly sure how to do that personally, the 
docs are a little confusing.  Like you have to mention the fact you want 
sampling done on the ASM in atleast two different places (the interfaces 
statement and then service-interface elsewhere?)

Just trying to get clear on this is all...

Filters happen on the PIC, correct?

It'd be nice to find a documentation that explains what setup affects what 
parts, I'm getting it, but slowly, yeah, I come from Cisco land.  The devil 
is in the details!

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