EEM / Tcl Script Used to Check for Interface Errors?

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Jul 21st, 2010
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I recently picked up the book Tcl Scripting for IOS.  One of the use-cases which interests me is using EEM/Tcl to check a switch for errors.  I am currently looking at using this on the 4500 platform.  I've set my EEM variables (as defined in the book), but when I attempt to define the policy (event manager policy interface_errors_email.tcl) I get an error.  I'm assuming this is because the actual script doesn't exist.  I was wondering if there is a repository of common scripts where I can download this, or do I have to create this myself?



Thanks, Iain


PS  I'm new to eem and tcl .. so any other pointers would be greatly appreciated

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Joe Clarke Wed, 07/21/2010 - 21:02
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You would need to write this script (or copy it from the book).  There is a centralized repository for Cisco and user-contributed scripts at http://www.cisco.com/go/ciscobeyond .  I don't think this exact script is there, but there are lots of others which may be of interest to you.

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