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Monitor site to site VPNS

Hello,

 

I have several site to site VPN's that come from different company's and are allowed access to some subnets on my company's DMZ.  They are working ok and I can view the status of them in Cisco ASDM under:

 

Monitoring

VPN statistics

 

 

Is their any way I can put this on my snmpc server which polls routers/switches on the network or is their a better way of monitoring these and get alerts etc

 

 

regards,

Kevin

 

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The count of them can be

The count of them can be polled with SNMP.

I don't have the PRTG server in front of me right now to call up the OIDs but I've seen this done using that tool. The same thing could be done using any SNMP poller.

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How about an alert that polls

How about an alert that polls you when an IP address on the other side of the tunnel goes down? 

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Hall of Fame Super Silver

The count of them can be

The count of them can be polled with SNMP.

I don't have the PRTG server in front of me right now to call up the OIDs but I've seen this done using that tool. The same thing could be done using any SNMP poller.

New Member

I will try this as I have

I will try this as I have found the OIDs on the snmpc server.  Thanks, Kevin

New Member

How about an alert that polls

How about an alert that polls you when an IP address on the other side of the tunnel goes down? 

New Member

Yes - this works ok if I have

Yes - this works ok if I have access to both sides of the tunnel.  But in some of my VPN's they are coming from a supplier and I don't have access to that information - but still in theory this does work ok.

 

Thanks

Kevin

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