EEM Support over HWIC-D-9ESW

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Jan 4th, 2010

Hi,

I would like to implement EEM and taking actions on my HWIC-D-9ESW card sitting in the same router.


I think it is possible because the EEM is global configuration on the router and not bounded to a Card\Port.


can it work ?, if it can, is there any limitations ?


thanks,

Correct Answer by Joe Clarke about 7 years 1 month ago

What you want to do is possible.  The CLI executed through EEM is the same as you would run manually.  So, if you can enter config t mode, and perform a "shutdown" of the interface on this module, then EEM can do the same.  In order to perform the function you want, your router would need to be running 12.3(14)T or higher.

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Joe Clarke Mon, 01/04/2010 - 08:40

EEM is a global feature that can allow you to run CLI commands when certain events occur (among other things).  Therefore, you could write an EEM policy which only operates on a certain card or a certain interface.  What exactly what you want to do to this module, and one what type of event?

Avi Yoshi Mon, 01/04/2010 - 08:46

Hi,

Example will be identifying a syslog message and shutting the physical port on the card - something basic


I am familiar with the EEM functionality but I don't know if I can use its full capabilities on this specific kind of card I am having in my router. my concern is because this card is a switch card it has limited features support like not supporting L2TPv3 and so...

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Joe Clarke Mon, 01/04/2010 - 08:48

What you want to do is possible.  The CLI executed through EEM is the same as you would run manually.  So, if you can enter config t mode, and perform a "shutdown" of the interface on this module, then EEM can do the same.  In order to perform the function you want, your router would need to be running 12.3(14)T or higher.

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