FW: Re: Loss of BGP peering monitoring via SNMP

k-ueda at mms.mt.nec.co.jp k-ueda at mms.mt.nec.co.jp
Wed Jun 11 11:54:10 UTC 1997

I could not find out 
 " .iso.org.dod.internet.mgmt.mib.15" group in MIB1(RFC1156),MIB2(RFC1213).

Could you tell me RFC-No. of MIB which have this group.

>I have written a simple perl script that uses SNMP polling to check the
>status of some of our BGP peerings from Cisco routers.  Unfortunately, the
>script is closely tied to our configuration information so it's not
>appropriate to post as is.  As I'm in Tampa, I don't have all my
>documentation on the MIB variables I used.
>To get you started, here are the hybrid text/numeric OIDs used by the
>script to poll the applicable data out of the tables:
>   .iso.org.dod.internet.mgmt.mib.	BGP Peer Remote Address
>   .iso.org.dod.internet.mgmt.mib.	BGP Peer FSM State
>   .iso.org.dod.internet.mgmt.mib.	BGP Peer FSM Transitions
>The premise of the script is to poll periodically for the state of each
>peer.  If the state is different than the last poll or the count of
>transitions was incremented (indicating a peering went down and was
>reestablished between polls) a warning message is sent to a list of
>recipients.  The Peer Remote Address table is used to dynamically discover
>new peerings.
>Other replies have mentioned the use of BGP traps.  Traps are probably the
>better way to go -- we, unfortunatly, have some issues with our current
>trap collection that didn't allow us to easily add the BGP processing.
>- Doug
> /  Douglas A. Junkins    |   Network Engineering        \
>/   Sr. Network Engineer  |   NorthWestNet                \
>\   junkins at nwnet.net     |   Bellevue, Washington, USA   /
> \  +1-425-649-7419       |                              /
>On Thu, 5 Jun 1997, 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).
>> TIA
>> --curtis
>> -- 
>> Curtis Generous                generous at uucom.com          Phone: (703) 
>> UUcom Inc., Suite 250, 4875 Eisenhower Avenue, Alexandria, VA 22304-0797
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