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rtrmon (router monitor) sample output

  • From: Brett D. Watson
  • Date: Sun Jun 08 02:20:46 1997

  thought i'd show a few examples of bgp and ospf monitor 
notifications that rtrmon sends when peers/neighbors go down:

 Subject:	rtrmon do bgp-summary watch last
 
 Peers *DOWN* on peer1.lax1.genuity.net:
   sandbox.ep.net (198.32.146.11) down for 4:28:06
 
 Peers reset on border1.sjc1.genuity.net:
   border1-eth1.SanJose.fibernet.net (206.183.239.141) reset 0:04:16 ago



  the ospf example is from a router that had rebooted, i believe, 
between monitor runs:

 Subject:	rtrmon do ospf-neighbors watch state
 
 Differences encountered on core1.nyc1.genuity.net:
   The following lines were added:
     Neighbor ID     Pri   State              Address         Interface
     core1.phx1.genu   1   FULL/  -            207.240.0.1
 ATM0/0.601
     core1.lax1.genu   1   FULL/  -            207.240.0.5
 ATM0/0.602
     core1.sjc1.genu   1   FULL/  -            207.240.0.9
 ATM0/0.603
     core1.ord1.genu   1   FULL/  -            207.240.0.17
 ATM0/0.605
     core1.wdc1.genu   1   FULL/  -            207.240.0.25
 ATM0/0.607
     core1.phx1.genu   1   FULL/  -            207.240.0.1
 ATM1/0.611
     core1.lax1.genu   1   FULL/  -            207.240.0.5
 ATM1/0.612
     core1.sjc1.genu   1   FULL/  -            207.240.0.9
 ATM1/0.613
     core1.ord1.genu   1   FULL/  -            207.240.0.17
 ATM1/0.615
     core1.wdc1.genu   1   FULL/  -            207.240.0.25
 ATM1/0.617
     peer1.nyc1.genu   1   FULL/  -            207.240.48.3
 ATM1/0.618


-brett