web CGIs for Bay Networks routers?

Mark Bixby markb at spock.dis.cccd.edu
Wed Aug 6 22:58:59 UTC 1997

Jon Green writes:
> On Mon, 4 Aug 1997 17:14:40 -0700 (PDT), markb at spock.dis.cccd.edu writes:
> >
> >Has anybody written any web CGIs for Bay Networks routers that they'd like to
> >share with me?
> >
> >I'm looking for something that either extracts the data from the SNMP MIB or
> >from the Technician Interface via telnet, simple stuff like displaying the
> >IP routing table, the BGP routes, etc.  Site Manager under MS-Windows is just
> >too slow and painful for doing this routine kind of stuff.....
> A simpler way would be to just telnet to the router and type
> 'show ip routes' or 'show bgp routes' (or for a different look,
> 'ip routes' and 'ip bgp routes').  I guess you could try to automate
> that into a CGI script, but what's the point, if speed is what you're
> looking for?

For my personal use, a manual telnet will suffice.  But I also want to provide
certain information to other people without having to give them the telnet
password, so I was wondering if somebody had already done a Bay version of the
Cisco thing at:

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