[unisog] Cisco switch monitoring without SNMP
Bulanda, Dave G
DGBulanda at indianatech.edu
Fri Oct 20 03:28:05 GMT 2006
I use Kiwi CatTools http://www.kiwisyslog.com/cattools-info.php.
Reasonably easy to use... Handy for those in a Windows environment. I use it to push config changes to many switches at one, pull mac-address tables, and pull info from any show command.
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From: unisog-bounces at lists.dshield.org on behalf of Micheal Cottingham
Sent: Mon 10/16/2006 11:05 AM
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Subject: [unisog] Cisco switch monitoring without SNMP
We are trying to diagnose some network problems, and instead of running
around to a given switch, I'd prefer a software package to monitor
switches. I've seen a few, but they require SNMP. Unfortunately, for
various reasons I can't use SNMP. Suggestions? We already run a syslog
server, but I'm not sure that it will give me what I'm looking for.
Things like CRC errors, aside from the usual port flapping, the like.
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