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Discovering Cisco router features via SNMP

Hi,

Does anyone know how to discover if a particular featureset for a router has been configured and activated?

I have been able to locate a list of available features for a given router, from the OID .1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.25.1.1.1.2 (image string CW_FEATURE, ex. CW_FEATURE$IP|FIREWALL|VOICE|PLUS|SSH|3DES$), but I am unable to dermine which of these listed features have been configured and activated, as opposed to simply being available.

Thanks.

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Re: Discovering Cisco router features via SNMP

AFAIK you'd have to search the configuration itself for some string that would be required if the feature is in use. So, if you were (for example) trying to see if AAA was implemented, search for "aaa new-model"

HTH

Paul

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