Loss of BGP peering monitoring via SNMP

Dana Hudes dhudes at netra.graphnet.com
Mon Jun 9 17:16:17 UTC 1997

I do not know what particular MIB cisco *implements* but
the standard MIB for BGP4 includes the state of peers.
Standard OSPF mib also has neighbor state information.
Bay doesn't implement the standard OSPF mib, they have their
own enterprise mib. I hate that sort of thing.

Curtis Generous wrote:
> We have been caught several times lately with some of our border
> routers
> loss of BGP peering going undetected for sometime.  Is there a way
> to enable BGP peering loss monitoring via SNMP from a CISCO router?
> I've looked at both the public and private MIBS but haven't found
> anything.
> I am aware of the 'nocol' package but really was hoping for an SNMP
> based
> approach to tie into our net-mgmt packages (sunnet and hpov).
> --curtis
> --
> Curtis Generous                generous at uucom.com          Phone:
> (703) 461-1350
> UUcom Inc., Suite 250, 4875 Eisenhower Avenue, Alexandria, VA
> 22304-0797

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