router monitoring

brett watson bwatson at
Sun Oct 26 05:09:47 UTC 1997

  don't know how many people checked this out last time but you might 
want to see:

  you'll want to tailor to your tastes and needs but we use it to 

bgp peer state
ospf adjacency state
cpu utilization
get/put configs for archiving

  we also use it to auto-login to routers expect-like so you don't 
have to type names/passwords.  the password gunk is hidden under pgp 
for each user.

  it's very extensible and easy to add modules to monitor any number 
of things that might be specific to your environment.


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