arvi7 at qsun.ho.att.com
Tue Jul 7 19:41:03 UTC 1998
Take a look at "rtrmon", perl based scripts to gather
information from routers. Last i heard about it, it
could also do router config uploads/downloads.
Check out: http://www.vix.com/rtrmon
Hope it helps..
At 11:43 AM 7/7/98 -0700, you wrote:
>You would need to have a MIB for them. The best way to find
>out is to use a tool like Scotty to walk the MIB. I don't
>think that cisco stores the ASCII config as a MIB entry.
>What you probably want is to grab the config via a rcp from
>the box. I would recommend looking at the looking glass tools
>from DIGEX (nitrous.digex.net)., Should give you some ideas on code
>hope this helps..
>jmbrown at ihighway.net
>At 11:47 AM 7/7/98 -0500, you wrote:
>> Does anyone know where I can get ahold of some sort of script that querys
>>the routers via SNMP that shows the running configs on them? I want to
>>have a web based interface that ONLY shows the running configs. I am aware
>>of the built in http server that is on the routers, but I would rather do
>>it via SNMP . Any information would be appreciated.
>>Tim Kempka E-Mail: tim at flash.net
>>Network Engineer Pager: page_tim at flash.net
>>FlashNet Communications Phone: 817-589-2390 ext. 378
Name: Arvind Ramarajan
Org : AT&T Labs
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