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Re: Backbone Monitoring Tools
- From: Jon Lyons
- Date: Tue Mar 28 18:25:42 2006
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Ashe Canvar <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I want a simple backbone monitor for my 5 datacenters. My "backbone"
consists of redundant IPSEC/GRE tunnnels.
At the very least I want to ping, traceroute and transfer a small file
every few minutes over all IPSEC links. I am sure there are products
that do this already, but I am having a hard time finding any.
The display format should be noc-friendly. A basic grid with green/red
status indicators at the least. Geographical maps a plus.
Do most of you use a home grown tool for this monitoring and alerting ?
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