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Forcing a traceroute after dial up connection

Is there a way to force a 1603 to do a specific traceroute and record the results in syslog after it has established a dial up ISDN connection?

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Re: Forcing a traceroute after dial up connection

Trace only displays to the screen. You’ll have to capture & log your terminal/telnet session.

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Re: Forcing a traceroute after dial up connection

Many thanks your response, I was looking to see if there is an automated way rather than having to manually log on to the router. Maybe there isn't.....

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Re: Forcing a traceroute after dial up connection

If you were thinkig something like "macro" or some "script" that will do the job of the tracer, I dont thiks so. I havent heard of anything like that what is integrated within Cisco IOS that will do the job, I think that you'll have to trigger it from somewhere else and just record it in a syslog

Velimir

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Re: Forcing a traceroute after dial up connection

Hi,

try checking the Service assurance agent (SAA): it enables a router to send out test packets that can measure a variety of network parameters such as round-trip delay, packet loss, and jitter. Multiple response time reporters (RTR) can be setup on a router, and each RTR can measure a different network performance parameter.

you can find info regarding SAA at the following URL:

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/software/ios122/122cgcr/ffun_c/fcfprt3/fcf017.htm

Hope this helps

Ciao :-)

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