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Monitoring Port-Security , Error-Disable and HSRP

I am looking to simply monitor Port-Security , Error-Disable and HSRP. I would like to receive an email when any of these are triggered.

Port Security - Port Is shut down

Err-Disable - Port goes into err-disable state (securedown)

HSRP - When HSRP standyby changes are detected

I need to receive emails with any of the able are triggered. What is the easiest way to do this? I know SNMP is the main option but I have never worked with SNMP and dont understand it too much. Would somebody be able to assist me?

Equipment:

2x Cisco 1921 series routers

3x Cisco 2960 POE switches stacked

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Monitoring Port-Security , Error-Disable and HSRP

You can configure the router with an EEM script that can act on a situation and then perform functions for you automatically. Taking HSRP for exampl, when the state goes from active -> standby, you can then email something to yourself from the router directly:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/switches/lan/catalyst3750/software/release/12.2_52_se/configuration/guide/sweem.html

HTH,

John

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