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eigrp neighbour state changes - monitoring

Is it possible to monitor eigrp neighbour state change via SNMP or and SNMP traps?

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Re: eigrp neighbour state changes - monitoring

I have seen one for BGP state change traps. Havent seen any for EIGRP neighbor related SNMP traps. You can log neighbor state change information in a syslog server.

Enabling logging first to a syslog server, using,

logging x.x.x.x , where x.x.x.x is the syslog server ip.

router eigrp 45

eigrp log-neighbor-changes

eigrp log-neighbor-warnings

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Re: eigrp neighbour state changes - monitoring

This is the best way I have done it. Log all messages to a syslog server(pref a UNIX box) then run this command:

tail -f syslog.log | grep -i eigrp neighbor(whatever your looking for) > email@email.com

This parses though the syslog file seraching for the keyword eigrp or neighbor and sends data through email.

Hope this helps.

Syslog is your friend!

Stephen

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