ramses | 1 Jul 10:24 2004
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MTargets problem

Hi,

I want to see all traffic on 1 switch in an aggregated graph. To my 
understanding this has to be done with the mtargets option, and then the 
mtargets-opts option. So I created the following configurationfiles here below.

This is my Defaults file:
----------------------------------------
Target  --default--
     target-type     =   switch-port-traffic
targetType  switch-port-traffic
     ds  =   "ifInOctets, ifOutOctets"
-----------------EOF---------------------

This is my switches file:
-----------------------------------------
target Total_Traffic_h191
          target-type = switch-port-traffic
          mtargets = 
"/home/cricket/cricket/cricket-data/switch-port-traffic/h191.niob.knaw.nl-2.rrd;
		/home/cricket/cricket/cricket-data/switch-port-traffic/h191.niob.knaw.nl-3.rrd;
		/home/cricket/cricket/cricket-data/switch-port-traffic/h191.niob.knaw.nl-4.rrd;
		/home/cricket/cricket/cricket-data/switch-port-traffic/h191.niob.knaw.nl-5.rrd"
          mtargets-ops = "sum()"
          unknown-is-zero = true

-----------------EOF---------------------

This is compiling brilliantly but when I try to open the graphs I get a 
screen that the current values are not available.
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Pawel Tomala | 1 Jul 17:38 2004
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Cisco Router 3600

Hello,

 

Does anybody have “defaults” file to monitor Cisco Router 3600?

I tried to read configuration from router. Now I see in Cricket ATM layers or Serials, but I have no statistics.

 

My “Defauls” file is from sample-config, so I understand it can’t go. How to create this?

 

I have message in my log, like this:

 

[01-Jul-2004 17:23:38*] No ds tag found for target type sub-interface.

[01-Jul-2004 17:23:38*] No ds tag found for target type standard-interface.

[01-Jul-2004 17:23:38*] Failed to map instance for engineering-router. Instance is now set to nothing.

 

Thanks in advance

Pawel

 



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Manny Gonzalez | 2 Jul 03:26 2004

Ethernet Subs

I know this may sound stupid, but ... does genRtrConfig have a switch to pick up 
Ethernet Sub Interfaces?  Are Subs capable of being monitored? It has been a 
while since I play with our Cricket setup. The guy who took over for me left the 
company and I now have to take it over again :-)

Geocrawler is down and I can't search the archives...

Thank you
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Ed Ravin | 2 Jul 03:51 2004
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Re: Ethernet Subs

On Thu, Jul 01, 2004 at 09:26:30PM -0400, Manny Gonzalez wrote:
> I know this may sound stupid, but ... does genRtrConfig have a switch to 
> pick up Ethernet Sub Interfaces?  Are Subs capable of being monitored? It 
> has been a while since I play with our Cricket setup. The guy who took over 
> for me left the company and I now have to take it over again :-)

"genRtrConfig --vlans" works for me.  There were a few bugs with
it in some versions, due to case mixup ("VLan" vs. "VLAN"), but they
should be all fixed in recent versions.

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Manny Gonzalez | 2 Jul 04:03 2004

Subinterfaces Continued...

Hmmm, nevermind. The router does not report the subs in any case... :-(

They only show up in the CLI but SNMP does not show them at all... bummer! Does 
anyone have any suggestions? I mean, the router thinks they are VLANs

Cisco 7507 with 12.1(20) IOS

Cisco claims that 12.1 and above supports SNMP for sub interfaces...

Thanks
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Chris Adams | 2 Jul 04:32 2004
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Re: Subinterfaces Continued...

Once upon a time, Manny Gonzalez <gonzalu <at> nyp.org> said:
> Hmmm, nevermind. The router does not report the subs in any case... :-(
> 
> They only show up in the CLI but SNMP does not show them at all... bummer! 
> Does anyone have any suggestions? I mean, the router thinks they are VLANs
> 
> Cisco 7507 with 12.1(20) IOS
> 
> Cisco claims that 12.1 and above supports SNMP for sub interfaces...

It was added to 12.0 S train around 12.0(22)S if I recall correctly.  I
don't think that would be in 12.1 main train; maybe 12.1 T train and
then 12.2 main train.
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Manny Gonzalez | 2 Jul 05:13 2004

Re: Ethernet Subs

Ed Ravin wrote:

> On Thu, Jul 01, 2004 at 09:26:30PM -0400, Manny Gonzalez wrote:
> 
>>I know this may sound stupid, but ... does genRtrConfig have a switch to 
>>pick up Ethernet Sub Interfaces?  Are Subs capable of being monitored? It 
>>has been a while since I play with our Cricket setup. The guy who took over 
>>for me left the company and I now have to take it over again :-)
> 
> 
> "genRtrConfig --vlans" works for me.  There were a few bugs with
> it in some versions, due to case mixup ("VLan" vs. "VLAN"), but they
> should be all fixed in recent versions.
> 
>   -- Ed "Tech Support: we read the man page for you :-)"

Unfortunately, --vlans does not work either. I don't seem to be able to make 
this router show those damn subs. :-)
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Manny Gonzalez | 2 Jul 05:35 2004

genRtrConfig 1.5.48

Francois,

Long time no speak.

I noticed that genRtrConfig 1.5.48 was not picking up a particular 2900xl switch 
as such but it did others.

I noticed it may be due to lower case "xl" as opposed to upper case "XL"

I modified the script from this:

     } elsif  ($model eq 'C3500XL' || $model eq 'C2900XL') {

to this

     } elsif  ($model eq 'C3500XL' || $model eq 'C2900XL' || $model eq 'C2900xl') {

and now it sees the "xl"s as well... I will let you know if it compiles and runs 
properly :-)

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Hinds, Gene (ITCD | 2 Jul 16:50 2004

Sparc64-Linux

I just ran into something that scares me. I have just finished an install of cricket 1.0.4 on a Tatung sparc server running redhat 6.2. Everything seemed to go well until I go to pull up a graph and get the following message:
 
 Current values not available: Architecture sparc64-linux not supported yet.
 
Please tell me this is just a mistake or something I can fix:( any help will be greatly appreciated.
 
Thanks,
Gene
Bill Jellig | 2 Jul 18:12 2004

RE: MTargets problem

You have to point your mtargets to the target in the cricket-config tree, not the actual rrd datafile in the cricket-data tree. Try this (if my assumptions on the path to your cricket-config are correct, otherwise change that):mtargets =  "/home/cricket/cricket/cricket-config/switch-port-traffic/h191.niob.knaw.nl-2;               /home/cricket/cricket/cricket-config/switch-port-traffic/h191.niob.knaw.nl-3;               /home/cricket/cricket/cricket-config/switch-port-traffic/h191.niob.knaw.nl-4;               /home/cricket/cricket/cricket-config/switch-port-traffic/h191.niob.knaw.nl-5" -Bill ><snip>> > This is my switches file:> -----------------------------------------> target Total_Traffic_h191>           target-type = switch-port-traffic>           mtargets = > "/home/cricket/cricket/cricket-data/switch-port-traffic/h191.niob.knaw.nl-2.rrd;>              /home/cricket/cricket/cricket-data/switch-port-traffic/h191.niob.knaw.nl-3.rrd;>              /home/cricket/cricket/cricket-data/switch-port-traffic/h191.niob.knaw.nl-4.rrd;>              /home/cricket/cricket/cricket-data/switch-port-traffic/h191.niob.knaw.nl-5.rrd">           mtargets-ops = "sum()">           unknown-is-zero = true> > -----------------EOF---------------------> > This is compiling brilliantly but when I try to open the graphs I get a > screen that the current values are not available.> > Can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong?> > Greetz> ramses

 


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