Be advised when a router has been rebooted

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Is there a way to be updated when a router has been rebooted. Maybe there is a way to run a ip sla at startup that will send a http post to a webpage or a snmp. And the problem is, if the router has been rebooted but don't have access to the network, will it store the request and send it when the the link come back up. Then another problem, if the router has been rebooted twice before the link is up, maybe it could also be a good idea to store it on the flash.

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Joe Clarke Fri, 03/26/2010 - 11:18
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Absolutely.  If you wrote an EEM Tcl policy to intercept the %SYS-5-RESTART syslog, it could dump some data to flash, then ping a network server.  If that server is reachable, it could upload the data (TFTP, HTTP, etc.), then delete the file until the next reload.


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